Difference between revisions of "IEEE Heinrich Hertz Medal"

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== About Award ==
 
== About Award ==
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[[Image:HeinrichHertzMedal.gif|thumb|right]]
  
 
The IEEE Heinrich Hertz Medal was presented for outstanding achievements in electromagnetic waves. The medal was first awarded in 1988 and discontinued in November 2009.
 
The IEEE Heinrich Hertz Medal was presented for outstanding achievements in electromagnetic waves. The medal was first awarded in 1988 and discontinued in November 2009.
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== Award Recipients ==
 
== Award Recipients ==
  
*1988, Hans-Georg Unger  
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*1988, [[Hans-Georg Unger]]
*1989, Nathan Marcuvitz
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*1989, [[Nathan Marcuvitz]]
 
*1990, [[John D. Kraus|John D. Kraus]]
 
*1990, [[John D. Kraus|John D. Kraus]]
 
*1991, [[Leopold B. Felsen|Leopold B. Felsen]]
 
*1991, [[Leopold B. Felsen|Leopold B. Felsen]]
*1992, James R. Wait
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*1992, [[James R. Wait]]
*1993, Kenneth Budden  
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*1993, [[Kenneth Budden]]
*1994, Ronald N. Bracewell
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*1994, [[Ronald N. Bracewell]]
*1995, Jean Van Bladel  
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*1995, [[Jean Van Bladel]]
*1996, Martin A. Uman
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*1996, [[Martin A. Uman]]
*1997, Owen Storey  
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*1997, [[Owen Storey]]
*1998, Chen To Tai
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*1998, [[Chen To Tai]]
*1999, Akira Ishimaru
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*1999, [[Akira Ishimaru]]
*2000, Arthur A. Oliner
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*2000, [[Arthur A. Oliner]]
*2001, Adrianus de Hoop
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*2001, [[Adrianus de Hoop]]
  
 
[[Category:Awards & fellow activities|Heinrich]]
 
[[Category:Awards & fellow activities|Heinrich]]

Revision as of 15:54, 27 March 2014

About Award

The IEEE Heinrich Hertz Medal was presented for outstanding achievements in electromagnetic waves. The medal was first awarded in 1988 and discontinued in November 2009.

Award Recipients