The IEEE Electron Devices Society continues to be a vibrant society with its members earning accolades in the global technical community. The latest of these was the 2009 Nobel Prize in Physics that was awarded to three of our past members Dr. Willard Boyle, Dr. Charles Kao and Dr. George Smith. We believe that many members of our society are involved in activities, technical and otherwise, that deserve to be recognized. We, therefore, encourage you to take the time to nominate fellow members for our annual awards. It is in this vein that we would like to draw your attention to the awards program.
These highly prestigious awards draw nominations from all over the world. You can find important information about eligibility, deadlines and other details simply by selecting an award from the menu items on the left. If you need more information or have a question about preparing a nomination, please contact Laura Riello of the EDS Executive Office.
We strive to maintain a comprehensive set of awards which is representative of our member activities. As the field of electron device engineering evolves, so to must our awards. If you would like to suggest new awards, we would welcome your comments and suggestions
Please note: Although the IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS) is pleased to invite all individuals and groups in the OFAC embargoed countries to submit nominations for IEEE EDS Awards, the IEEE EDS cannot provide any award monies to members from such countries at this time.