Difference between revisions of "IEEE Jack S. Kilby Signal Processing Medal"

 
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== Award Recipients  ==
 
== Award Recipients  ==
  
*Bernard Gold, 1997  
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*[[Oral-History:Ben_Gold|Bernard Gold]], 1997  
 
*[[Oral-History:Charles Rader|Charles M. Rader]], 1997  
 
*[[Oral-History:Charles Rader|Charles M. Rader]], 1997  
 
*[[Thomas G. Stockham]], 1998  
 
*[[Thomas G. Stockham]], 1998  
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*[[Charles Sidney Burrus]], 2009  
 
*[[Charles Sidney Burrus]], 2009  
 
*[[Ronald W. Schafer]], 2010  
 
*[[Ronald W. Schafer]], 2010  
*[[Ingrid Daubechies]], 2011
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*[[Ingrid Daubechies]], 2011  
*[[G. Clifford Carter]], 2012
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*[[G. Clifford Carter]], 2012  
 
*[[Bishnu S. Atal]], 2013
 
*[[Bishnu S. Atal]], 2013
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*[[Thomas Pinkney Barnwell, III]], 2014
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*[[Harry L. Van Trees]], 2015
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*[[Louis Scharf]], 2016
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*[[Martin Vetterli]], 2017
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*[[Bede Liu]], 2018
  
 
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About Medal

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The IEEE Jack S. Kilby Signal Processing Medal was established in 1995 in honor of Jack S. Kilby, whose innovation was a monumental precursor to the development of the signal processor and digital signal processing. The award may be presented for outstanding achievements in signal processing. The achievement may be theoretical, technological or commercial.

Award Recipients