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Revision as of 17:58, 2 October 2009

This Proposal has been approved.

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What is the name of the proposed milestone?

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What is the location of the proposed milestone?

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In what IEEE section does it reside?

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In What Year or Years was the work performed?*

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What is the historical significance of the work (its technological, scientific, or social importance)?

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What features set this work apart from similar achievements?

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What obstacles (technical, political, geographic) needed to be overcome?

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Describe briefly the intended site(s) of the milestone plaque(s). The intended site(s) must have a direct connection with the achievement (e.g. where developed, invented, tested, demonstrated, installed, or operated, etc.). A museum where a device or example of the technology is displayed, or the university where the inventor studied, are not, in themselves, sufficient connection for a milestone plaque.

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Are the original buildings extant?

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How is the site protected/secured, and in what ways is it accessible to the public?

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Who is the present owner of the site(s)?

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Has the owner of the site agreed to have it designated as an Electrical Engineering Milestone?

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Please specify the IEEE Organizational Unit(s) which have agreed to sponsor the Milestone nomination, and list the contact information for the senior officer from those OU(s).

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