Difference between revisions of "IEEE Morris N. Liebmann Memorial Award"

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*1985, [[Russell Dean Dupuis|Russell D. Dupuis]], [[Harold M. Manasevit]]  
 
*1985, [[Russell Dean Dupuis|Russell D. Dupuis]], [[Harold M. Manasevit]]  
 
*1984, [[David E. Carlson]], [[Christopher R. Wronski]]  
 
*1984, [[David E. Carlson]], [[Christopher R. Wronski]]  
*1983, Robert W. Brodersen, [[Paul R. Gray|Paul R. Gray]], David A. Hodges  
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*1983, [[Robert W. Brodersen]], [[Paul R. Gray|Paul R. Gray]], David A. Hodges  
 
*1982, [[John Arthur, jr]], [[Alfred Y. Cho|Alfred Y. Cho]]  
 
*1982, [[John Arthur, jr]], [[Alfred Y. Cho|Alfred Y. Cho]]  
 
*1981, [[Calvin F. Quate|Calvin F. Quate]]  
 
*1981, [[Calvin F. Quate|Calvin F. Quate]]  

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About Award

The IEEE Morris N. Liebmann Memorial Award was established in 1919 by the Institute of Radio Engineers and was awarded for important contributions to emerging technologies recognized within recent years. This award was discontinued after the 2000 award and replaced by the IEEE Daniel E. Noble Award.

Award Recipients