View source for IEEE Jun-ichi Nishizawa Medal ← IEEE Jun-ichi Nishizawa Medal You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason: The action you have requested is limited to users in the group: Users. You can view and copy the source of this page. ==About Medal== [[Image:IEEE Jun-ichi Nishizawa Medal.jpg|thumb|right]] The IEEE Jun-ichi Nishizawa Medal, established in 2002, in honor of [[Jun-ichi Nishizawa|Jun-ichi Nishizawa's]] lifetime of outstanding achievements, ranging from fundamental semiconductor materials and devices through optical communication and power systems. He has received 28 national or international awards. He is considered the "Father of Japanese Microelectronics", and [[IEEE Spectrum]] recognized him as one of the geniuses of the 20th Century. ==Award Recipients== *[[Frederick H. Dill]], 2004 *[[Jerry M. Woodall]], 2005 *[[Hideo Sunami]], 2006 *[[Mitsumasa Koyanagi]], 2006 *[[Kiyoo Itoh]], 2006 *[[Nicolaas Frans De Rooij]], 2007 *[[Wolfgang Helfrich]], 2008 *[[Martin Schadt]], 2008 *[[James Fergason]], 2008 *[[Chenming Hu]], 2009 *[[Richard M. Swanson]], 2010 *[[Bernard Lechner]], 2011 *[[Mark Bohr|Mark T. Bohr]], [[Robert S. Chau]], [[Tahir Ghani]], 2012 *[[Burn Jeng Lin]], 2013 *[[Franz Laermer]] and [[Andrea Urban]], 2014 *[[Dimitri A. Antoniadis]], 2015 *[[Masayoshi Esashi]], 2016 *[[Ching Wan Tang]], [[Stephen R. Forrest]], [[Mark E. Thompson]], 2017 *[[Joe C. Campbell]], 2018 *[[Yasuhiko Arakawa]], [[Pallab Bhattacharya]], [[Dieter Bimberg|Dieter H. Bimberg]], 2019 *[[Paul Daniel Dapkus]], 2020 [[Category:Awards & fellow activities|Jun-ichi]] Return to IEEE Jun-ichi Nishizawa Medal. Retrieved from "https://ethw.org/IEEE_Jun-ichi_Nishizawa_Medal"