Faculty Honors

The University of Texas Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is consistently ranked as a top ten Electrical and Computer Engineering department in the country. These selected awards highlight our outstanding faculty’s contribution to the scientific community, business, and society through state-of-the art research, development, and design experience. Engineering’s most important organizations recognize them for their work, including 7 National Academy of Engineering members, 3 ACM Fellows, 33 IEEE Fellows, and 29 National Science Foundation Young Investigator/CAREER award winners.

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Deji Akinwande 2017 Fellow of the American Physical Society

Congratulations to Prof. Deji  Akinwande on his election as a 2017 Fellow of the American Physical Society! Deji is being recognized for “contributions to the physical study and development of scalable uniform monolayer graphene synthesis on wafer scale substrates, and the realization of gigahertz flexible and wearable two-dimensional devices, circuits and systems.”

APS Fellow 2017
David Soloveichik 2017 National Science Foundation CAREER Award

Prof. David Soloveichik's project, titled "Robust molecular computation: error-correcting reaction networks and leakless DNA circuits" focuses on the theory and implementation of engineered molecular systems that perform computation. Such "smart" molecules could provide the foundation for disruptive innovations in a range of applications, e.g.,  manufacturing, chemical sensing, synthetic biology and medicine. Unlike silicon chips, molecular computers could, in principle, operate inside cells and control their activity. Prof.

NSF CAREER Award 2017
Milos Gligoric 2017 National Science Foundation CAREER Award

Prof. Milos Gligoric's project, "Advancing Regression Testing: Theory and Practice", focuses on novel techniques for efficient regression testing within the emerging trends in software development processes. This project will likely make testing considerably more efficient and is expected to have a broad positive impact on software development. Prof. Gligoric's recent work has already been adopted by large software organizations.

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NSF CAREER Award 2017
David Pan Selection as Fellow of the Society of Photographic Instrumentation Engineers

Congratulations to Prof. David Pan for his election to the Fellow of the Society of Photographic Instrumentation Engineers! He was recognized “for achievements in IC design for manufacturing with advanced lithography.” Fellows are Members of distinction who have made significant scientific and technical contributions in the multidisciplinary fields of optics, photonics, and imaging. They are honored for their technical achievement, for their service to the general optics community, and to SPIE in particular.

SPIE Fellow 2017
Andrea Alù Selection as Fellow of the Society of Photographic Instrumentation Engineers

Congratulations to Prof. Andrea Alu for his election to Fellow of the Society of Photographic Instrumentation Engineers! He is being recognized “for achievements in optical metamaterials and plasmonics." Fellows are Members of distinction who have made significant scientific and technical contributions in the multidisciplinary fields of optics, photonics, and imaging. They are honored for their technical achievement, for their service to the general optics community, and to SPIE in particular.

SPIE Fellow 2017
Deji Akinwande Selection as Inaugural Moore Inventor Fellow

Congratulations to Professor Deji Akinwande for his selection as one of the first  five Moore Inventor Fellows! Deji was recognized for his work on thin silicene transistors.This new fellowship program recognizes early-career innovators at U.S. universities with a high potential to accelerate progress in scientific research, environmental conservation and patient care. 

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Moore Inventor Fellow 2016
Yale Patt 2016 SigMicro Distinguished Service Award

Congratulations to Prof. Yale Patt for receiving the 2016 ACM's SigMicro Distinguished Service Award! Yale received the award at Micro-49, the 49th annual IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture, earlier this month in Taipei. The award recognizes “an individual who has contributed important service to the processor microarchitecture and microsystems community while also serving as an active member of SIGMICRO who has contributed (or is contributing) significantly to SIGMICRO organization and/or SIGMICRO sponsored conference committees.”

ACM Fellow 2016
Emanuel Tutuc Election to Fellow of the American Physical Society

Congratulations to Prof. Emanuel Tutuc for his election to Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS)! “The criterion for election is exceptional contributions to the physics enterprise; e.g., outstanding physics research, important applications of physics, leadership in or service to physics, or significant contributions to physics education.”
Emanuel was recognized “for contributions to the physics of 2-D electron systems."

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APS Fellow 2016
David Pan 1st Place in the CAD Contest on FPGA. Placement at the ACM International Symposium on Physical Design (ISPD)

Prof. David Pan and his students Wuxi Li and  Shounak Dhar for winning 1st Place in the CAD Contest on FPGA
Placement at the ACM International Symposium on Physical Design (ISPD)
The contest was run by Xilinx and involved a challenging industry-style benchmarks and evaluating scripts. Nineteen teams from around the world participated. The top five teams were invited to ISPD 2016. ISPD is the premier symposium dedicated to IC physical design and related areas.
The EE Times has a nice story about the ISPD contest and our winning team:

ACM Fellow 2016
Jeffrey Andrews IEEE Communications Society Heinrich Hertz Award for Best Communications Letter

The award “is given to an outstanding manuscript published in any letter journal financially sponsored or co-sponsored by the Communications Society during the previous 3 calendar years which opens new lines of research, envisions bold approaches to communication, formulates new problems to solve, and essentially enlarges the field of communications engineering.  Recipients need not be IEEE members.”  Jeff and Harpreet were recognized for their paper “Downlink Rate Distribution in Heterogeneous Cellular Networks under Generalized Cell Selection”, IEEE Wireless Communications Lette

IEEE Award 2016
Robert Heath IEEE Communications Society Fred W. Ellersick Prize

The award is given to an influential “paper in any Communications Society magazine in the previous 3 calendar years; author need not be an IEEE member.”  Robert and his co-authors were recognized for their paper “Five disruptive technology directions for 5G”, IEEE Communications Magazine, Volume 52, Issue 2, pp. 74 – 80, February 2014. 
One of Robert’s co-authors is Tom Marzetta. Robert will receive the award at the IEEE ICC 2016  conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in late May.

IEEE Award 2016
Deji Akinwande Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers

The White House press release this afternoon states that the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers, is “ the highest honor bestowed by the United States Government on science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their independent research careers. The winners will receive their awards at a Washington, DC ceremony this spring.”
 

NSF PECASE Award 2016
Robert Heath IEEE Signal Processing Society Board of Governors

Robert will serve as  Member-at-Large for the term 1 January 2016 through 31 December 2018.

IEEE Society Award 2016
Yale Patt Franklin Institute's 2016 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Computer and Cognitive Science

The citations for Yale's  award  are:
Scientific Citation: For his work on exposing and exploiting instruction-level parallelism to improve computer performance.
Lay Citation:  for  his pioneering  contributions to  the  design of  modern  microprocessors that achieve higher performance by automatically identifying  computer instructions  that can be performed simultaneously.

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The Franklin Institute Award 2016
Milos Gligoric ACM SIGSOFT Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award

The [ACM] SIGSOFT Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award is presented annually to the author of an outstanding doctoral dissertation in the area of Software Engineering. The author of the winning dissertation will be invited to publish a dissertation summary in the SIGSOFT newsletter, Software Engineering Notes (SEN).

ACM Fellow 2015
Andrea Alù Fellow of the American Physical Society

Andrea’s citation reads: “For seminal contributions to electromagnetic theory and applications, nano optics, plasmonics, and metamaterials.”
Election to Fellowship in the American Physical Society is limited to no more than one half of one percent of the membership and is recognition by peers of the person’s outstanding contributions to physics.

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APS Fellow 2015
Alan Bovik Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development

Al is being recognized for his work on the development of video quality prediction models which have become standard tools in broadcast and post-production houses throughout the television industry, and in particular for the invention of “Structural Similarity (SSIM) Video Quality Measurement.” Two of Dr. Bovik’s former PhD students, Professor Zhou Wang (now at the University of Waterloo, Canada) and Dr. Hamid Sheikh (now at Samsung, Dallas) will also receive individual Emmy statuettes for this work.

Emmy Award 2015
Christine Julien 2015 Regents' Outstanding Teaching Award

The Regents' Outstanding Teaching Awards are the Board of Regents' highest honor and were established in 2008.

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Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award 2015
Jeffrey Andrews 2015 ASEE/Hewlett Packard Terman Award

The Terman Award is bestowed annually upon an outstanding young electrical/computer engineering educator in recognition of the educator's contributions to the profession. Jeff is being recognized  “for being principal author of the textbook Fundamentals of WiMax, significant contributions to wireless communications, guidance of more than 20 PhD candidates and undergraduate teaching in communications, and professional service to the research community.” He will receive the award at the annual Frontiers in Education Conference, scheduled for El Paso, in October 2015.

ASEE/Hewlett Packard Terman Award 2015
Sanjay Banerjee National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure Award

UT is one of 16 nodes in the new program. The NNCI program replaces the NSF National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network that sustained fabrication infrastructure at several top institutions for 10 years. You can read the  NSF press release at: http://www.nsf.gov/news/news_summ.jsp?cntn_id=136211

NSF CAREER Award 2015
Deji Akinwande Editor for IEEE Electron Device Letters (EDL)

EDL is a highly regarded publication  in the broad field of electron devices and is the flagship journal of the IEEE Electron Devices Society. It is a fast-turnaround publication featuring original and significant work that addresses pressing challenges and/or reports radical changes in technology or design.
Deji will serve for an initial 3-year term.

IEEE Award 2015
Mikhail Belkin Fellow of the Optical Society of America (OSA)

Misha was elected for “for seminal contributions to photonics technology, spectroscopy and nonlinear optics in mid-infrared and terahertz spectral range.”
The OSA website states that “The number of [OSA] Fellows is limited by the Society's bylaws to be no more than 10% of the total OSA Membership and the number elected each year is limited to approximately 0.4% of the current membership total.”
 

OSA Fellow 2015
Ananth Dodabalapur IEEE Fellow

Ananth was elected for: “for contributions to organic electronic devices and circuits.”

IEEE Fellow 2015
Frank Register IEEE Grade of Fellow

Frank was elected: “for contributions to modeling of charge transport in nanoscale CMOS devices.”

IEEE Fellow 2015
Ross Baldick IEEE Power and Energy Society Outstanding Power Engineering Educator Award

The award is given annually to “an outstanding electric power engineering educator for excellence in teaching;  ability to inspire students;  contributions to education and the publication of textbooks and other writings;  innovations in power engineering education;  leadership;  and service to the profession and power engineering education community.”

IEEE Award 2015
Joydeep Ghosh IEEE Computer Society Technical Achievement Award

The award recognizes “outstanding and innovative contributions to the fields of computer and information science and engineering or computer technology, usually within the past ten, and not more than fifteen years.”

IEEE Award 2015
Andrea Alù NSF Waterman Award

Congress established the Alan T. Waterman Award in August 1975 to mark the 25th Anniversary of the National Science Foundation and to honor its first Director. The annual award recognizes an outstanding young researcher in any field of science or engineering supported by the National Science Foundation. In addition to a medal, the awardee receives a grant of $1,000,000 over a five year period for scientific research or advanced study in the mathematical, physical, biological, engineering, social, or other sciences at the institution of the recipient's choice.

NSF Honorary Awards 2015
Mohit Tiwari NSF CAREER Award

Mohit’s project is entitled “Exo-Core: An Architecture to Detect Malware as Computational Anomalies.” Today, intelligent malware can subvert the best software-level defenses by impersonating benign processes on mobile devices or by attacking victim processes through the hardware on shared datacenter servers. Mohit proposes to combat intelligent malware by advancing hardware-software organization of computer systems.

NSF CAREER Award 2015
Deji Akinwande IEEE Nanotechnology Early Career Award

For “pioneering contributions towards the understanding and development of wafer-scale graphene and flexible nanoelectronics based on two-dimensional sheets.”

 

IEEE Award 2015
Sanjay Shakkottai IEEE Fellow

For contributions to the modeling, design and analysis of wireless networks.

IEEE Fellow 2014
Evdokia Nikolova NSF CAREER Award

For "Algorithms for Risk Mitigation in Networks."

NSF CAREER Award 2014
Yale Patt NAE Member

For contributions to high-performance microprocessor architecture.

NAE Member 2014
Neal Hall 2014 Regents Outstanding Teaching Award

The Regents' Outstanding Teaching Awards are the Board of Regents' highest honor and were established in 2008.

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Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award 2014
Surya Santoso IEEE Fellow

For contributions in automated root cause analysis of electric power quality disturbance phenomena.

IEEE Fellow 2014
Michael Orshansky IEEE Fellow

For contributions to VLSI design for manufacturability.

IEEE Fellow 2014
David Pan IEEE Fellow

For contributions to design for manufacturability in integrated circuits.

IEEE Fellow 2014
Sanjay Banerjee IEEE Andrew S. Grove Award
IEEE Society Award 2014
Andrea Alù IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society Outstanding Young Engineer award
IEEE Society Award 2014
Andrea Alù IEEE Fellow

For contributions to the theory and applications of electromagnetic metamaterials and plasmonic phenomena.

IEEE Fellow 2014
Alan Bovik IEEE Signal Processing Society Society Award
IEEE Society Award 2013
Andrea Alù OSA Fellow

For outstanding contributions to the fields of photonic metamaterials, plasmonic phenomena and devices, cloaking and scattering suppression.

OSA Fellow 2013
Nan Sun NSF CAREER Award

For "Combining Nuclear Magnetic Resonance with Integrated Circuit Technology."

NSF CAREER Award 2013
Yale Patt IEEE Harry H. Goode Memorial Award
IEEE Society Award 2013
Jeffrey Andrews IEEE Fellow

For contributions to cellular and ad-hoc wireless communications.

IEEE Fellow 2013
Deji Akinwande IEEE NANO Geim and Novoselov Graphene Prize
IEEE Society Award 2012
Deji Akinwande NSF CAREER Award

For "Integrated Si-CMOS and Graphene Heterogeneous Nanoelectronics"

NSF CAREER Award 2012
Mikhail Belkin NSF CAREER Award

For "Terahertz semiconductor laser sources for operation above cryogenic temperatures."

NSF CAREER Award 2012
Mattan Erez NSF PECASE Award
NSF PECASE Award 2012
Yale Patt IEEE B. Ramakrishna Rau Award
IEEE Society Award 2011
Robert Heath IEEE Fellow

For contributions to multiple antenna wireless communications.

IEEE Fellow 2011
Alex Dimakis NSF CAREER Award

For "Network Coding Theory for Distributed Storage."

NSF CAREER Award 2011
Constantine Caramanis NSF CAREER Award

For "High Dimensional Statistics -- Adaptive Networks, Structure and Robustness."

NSF CAREER Award 2011
Andrea Thomaz NSF Career Award

The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a Foundation-wide activity that offers the National Science Foundation's most prestigious awards in support of junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education and the integration of education and research within the context of the mission of their organizations. Such activities should build a firm foundation for a lifetime of leadership in integrating education and research.

NSF Honorary Awards 2010
Sujay Sanghavi NSF CAREER Award

For "Networks and Statistical Inference: New Connections and Algorithms."

NSF CAREER Award 2010
Seth Bank NSF CAREER Award

For "High-Efficiency Mid-Infrared Diode Lasers Incorporating Novel Metallic Nanoparticle-Enhanced Tunnel Junctions."

NSF CAREER Award 2010
Andrea Alù NSF CAREER Award

For "Sensing, Imaging and Energy Applications of Metamaterial Cloaks."

NSF CAREER Award 2010
Aristotle Arapostathis IEEE Fellow

For contributions in nonlinear and stochastic control and applications in power systems.

IEEE Fellow 2010
Mattan Erez NSF CAREER Award

For "Architectural Mechanisms for Cooperative Reliability."

NSF CAREER Award 2010
Haris Vikalo NSF CAREER Award

For "Modeling, Estimation and Coding for Biosensor Arrays."

NSF CAREER Award 2009
Nur Touba IEEE Fellow

For contributions to data compression and built-in self-test for integrated circuits.

IEEE Fellow 2009
Emanuel Tutuc NSF CAREER Award

For "Advanced Silicon-Germanium Nanowire Heterostructures Combining Band Structure Engineering and Modulation Doping."

NSF CAREER Award 2009
Christine Julien NSF CAREER Award

For "Opportunistic Middleware for Delay-Tolerant Networks."

NSF CAREER Award 2009
Sarfraz Khurshid NSF CAREER Award

For "Scalable and Systematic Test Authoring and Maintenance."

NSF CAREER Award 2009
Seth Bank NSF PECASE Award
NSF PECASE Award 2009
Gustavo de Veciana IEEE Fellow

For contributions to the design of communication networks.

IEEE Fellow 2009
Lizy John IEEE Fellow

For contributions to power modeling and performance evaluation of microprocessors.

IEEE Fellow 2009
Brian Evans IEEE Fellow

For contributions to multicarrier communications and image display.

IEEE Fellow 2009
Alan Bovik IEEE Signal Processing Society Education Award
IEEE Society Award 2008
Derek Chiou NSF CAREER Award

For "Transforming Computer System Design."

NSF CAREER Award 2008
Alan Bovik SPIE Fellow

For pioneering technical, leadership, and educational contributions to the field of image processing.

SPIE Fellow 2007
David Pan NSF CAREER Award

For "A Synergistic CAD Framework for Nanometer Design and Process Integration."

NSF CAREER Award 2007
Jeffrey Andrews NSF CAREER Award
NSF CAREER Award 2007
Ross Baldick IEEE Fellow

For contributions to analysis of power system economics.

IEEE Fellow 2007
Alan Bovik OSA Fellow

For fundamental research contributions to and technical leadership in digital image and video processing.

OSA Fellow 2006
Joydeep Ghosh IEEE Fellow

For contributions to the theory and practice of multi-learner systems.

IEEE Fellow 2006
Sriram Vishwanath NSF CAREER Award
NSF CAREER Award 2005
Alan Bovik IEEE Signal Processing Society Technical Achievement Award
IEEE Society Award 2005
Jacob Abraham IEEE Emanuel R. Piore Award
IEEE Award 2005
Sanjay Shakkottai NSF CAREER Award
NSF CAREER Award 2004
Michael Orshansky NSF CAREER Award
NSF CAREER Award 2004
Vijay Garg IEEE Fellow

For contributions to distributed computing systems and discrete event systems.

IEEE Fellow 2004
Ray Chen IEEE Fellow

For contributions to polymer-based guided devices for optical interconnects.

IEEE Fellow 2004
Jack Lee IEEE Fellow

For contributions to the understanding and development of ultra-thin dielectrics and their application to silicon devices.

IEEE Fellow 2002
Yale Patt ACM Fellow

For many outstanding seminal contributions to high performance microarchitecture and for leadership and teaching in computer science and engineering education.

ACM Fellow 2001
Sanjay Banerjee IEEE Millennium Medal
IEEE Society Award 2001
Jacob Abraham ACM Fellow

For outstanding contributions in the fields of fault tolerant computing, automatic test generation and design for test, and formal verification.

ACM Fellow 2001
Ray Chen OSA Fellow
OSA Fellow 2000
Irwin Sandberg IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Golden Jubilee Medal
IEEE Award 2000
Ahmed Tewfik IEEE Third Millennium Award
IEEE Society Award 2000
Yale Patt IEEE Third Millenium Medal
IEEE Society Award 2000
Alan Bovik IEEE Third Millennium Medal
IEEE Society Award 2000
Hao Ling IEEE Fellow

For contributions to the development of radar signature prediction and feature extraction techniques.

IEEE Fellow 1999
Ray Chen SPIE Fellow
SPIE Fellow 1999
Yale Patt IEEE Wallace W. McDowell Award
IEEE Society Award 1999
Alan Bovik IEEE Signal Processing Society Meritorious Service Award
IEEE Society Award 1998
T R Viswanathan IEEE Fellow

For contributions to the design and implementation of mixed-signal integrated circuits and systems.

IEEE Fellow 1997
Nur Touba NSF CAREER Award
NSF CAREER Award 1997
Scott Nettles NSF CAREER Award
NSF CAREER Award 1997
Robert Metcalfe NAE Member

For the development of the Ethernet.

NAE Member 1997
Brian Evans NSF CAREER Award
NSF CAREER Award 1997
Ahmed Tewfik IEEE Fellow

For contributions to wavelet theory and fractal signal processing and their applications.

IEEE Fellow 1996
Robert Metcalfe IEEE Medal of Honor
IEEE Award 1996
Lizy John NSF CAREER Award
NSF CAREER Award 1996
Gustavo de Veciana NSF CAREER Award
NSF CAREER Award 1996
Sanjay Banerjee IEEE Fellow

For contributions to physics of semiconductor devices used in three-dimensional integrated circuits, and low temperature silicon-germanium epilaxy using non-thermally assisted chemical vapor disposition.

IEEE Fellow 1996
Alan Bovik IEEE Fellow

For contributions to nonlinear image processing.

IEEE Fellow 1996
Yale Patt IEEE Computer Society Golden Core Award
IEEE Society Award 1996
J. K. Aggarwal IEEE Computer Society Technical Achievement Award
IEEE Society Award 1996
Mario Gonzalez IEEE Fellow

For contributions to parallel processing systems and computer education.

IEEE Fellow 1995
Edward Yu NSF CAREER Award
NSF CAREER Award 1995
Yale Patt IEEE Emanuel R. Piore Award
IEEE Award 1995
Jack Lipovski IEEE Fellow

For contributions to the development of database machines.

IEEE Fellow 1994
Harvey Cragon ACM Fellow

For major contributions to computer architecture and for pioneering the application of integrated circuits for computer purposes. For serving as architect of the Texas Instruments scientific computer and for playing a leading role in many other computing developments in that company.

ACM Fellow 1994
Yale Patt IEEE Fellow

For innovative contributions to highspeed computer architecture.

IEEE Fellow 1992
Earl Swartzlander IEEE Fellow

For contributions to the VLSI design of specialized signal processors.

IEEE Fellow 1988
Robert Metcalfe IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal
IEEE Award 1988
Jacob Abraham IEEE Computer Society Technical Activities Board Pioneer Award
IEEE Society Award 1988
Jacob Abraham IEEE Computer Society Technical Activities Board Pioneer Award
IEEE Society Award 1988
Ben Streetman NAE Member

For outstanding contributions to ion implantation of semiconductors and to engineering education through teaching and authorship of a widely used basic text.

NAE Member 1987
Harvey Cragon IEEE Computer Society/ACM Eckert-Mauchly Award
IEEE Society Award 1986
Jacob Abraham IEEE Fellow

For contributions to the testing of large complex integrated circuits.

IEEE Fellow 1985
Irwin Sandberg IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Technical Achievement Award
IEEE Society Award 1985
Irwin Sandberg IEEE Centennial Medal
IEEE Award 1984
Edward Powers IEEE Fellow

For contributions to the analysis of data relating to nonlinear phenomena in materials such as controlled termonuclear plasmas.

IEEE Fellow 1983
Harvey Cragon IEEE Fellow

For the development of computer architectures suitable for state-of-art integrated circuit fabrication.

IEEE Fellow 1983
Irwin Sandberg NAE Member

For fundamental contributions to the understanding and analysis of nonlinear systems and for applying new methods to nonlinear engineering problems.

NAE Member 1981
Ben Streetman IEEE Fellow

For contributions to the understanding of ion implantation and radiation damage of compound semiconductors.

IEEE Fellow 1980
Harvey Cragon NAE Member

For contributions to the development of large-scale digital computer systems.

NAE Member 1978
John Goodenough NAE Member

For designing materials for electronic components and expositor of the relationships between properties, structures, and chemistry.

NAE Member 1976
J. K. Aggarwal IEEE Fellow

For contributions to the testing of large complex integrated circuits.

IEEE Fellow 1976
Herbert Woodson NAE Member

For contributions to education in electromechanics and power systems, and to advancing rotating machinery technology.

NAE Member 1975
Irwin Sandberg IEEE Fellow

For contributions to circuit and system theory, including the functional analysis of nonlinear and time-varying circuits and systems.

IEEE Fellow 1973
Herbert Woodson IEEE Fellow

For contributions to teaching and research in the areas of energy conversion, electric machinery, and power-systems technology.

IEEE Fellow 1970
T R Viswanathan IEEE Third Millenium Medal
IEEE Society Award
T R Viswanathan IEEE Circuit and Systems Society Darlington Award
IEEE Society Award
Irwin Sandberg IEEE Millennial Medal
IEEE Society Award
Earl Swartzlander IEEE Third Millennium Medal
IEEE Society Award