Robert Bosch Micro and Nano Electro Mechanical Systems Award
Robert Bosch (1861-1942)
Inventor, Entrepreneur, Founder of Robert Bosch GmbH
The Robert Bosch Micro and Nano Electro Mechanical Systems Award was established by the IEEE Electron Devices Society in 2014 to recognize and honor advances in the invention, design, and/or fabrication of micro- or nano- electromechanical systems and/or devices. Individual contributions should be innovative and useful for practical applications.
This award is sponsored by the IEEE Electron Devices Society with financial support from Robert Bosch LLC. It is intended that the award will be presented annually to an individual or to as many as three individuals whose achievements and contributions are judged to meet the selection criteria for the award. The award will be presented at an IEEE conference of the winner's choice. It is not necessary for the recipient(s) to be a member(s) of IEEE. This award cannot be given to a candidate for the same work for which an IEEE technical field award or IEEE medal was previously received.
The recipient will receive a US$10,000 honorarium, travel expenses to attend the award presentation, a bronze medal, and a certificate. In the event that more than one awardee is selected, the cash honorarium will be equally divided among the recipients. Each recipient will receive a bronze medal and a certificate.
Congratulations to Ming C. Wu
2020 IEEE EDS Robert Bosch Micro and Nano Electro Mechanical Systems Award Winner
Robert Bosch Micro and Nano Electro Mechanical Systems Award Winners
|Ming C. Wu||University of California, Berkeley||For pioneering contributions in MEMS optical switches and optoelectronic tweezers|
|Hiroyuki Fujita||Advanced Research Lab of Canon Medical Systems Corp.||For pioneering contributions in microactuators, optical-MEMS, and bio-nano-MEMS and strong leadership in the science of MEMS|
|Pasqualina M. Sarro||
Delft University of Technology
For pioneering contributions in novel materials, material integration and innovations in MEMS and strong commitment to education and technology transfer
University of California, Berkeley
For pioneering research on high-frequency MEMS vibrating systems and for extraordinary efforts in support of MEMS in industry, government, and teaching
ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
|For contributions to the exploration and development of CMOS-MEMS, to production using IC foundries and MEMS post-processing, and for inspirational leadership in the worldwide MEMS community|
|Roger T. Howe||
Stanford, CA, USA
|For sustained contributions to MEMS/NEMS over many years especially those enabling MEMS-based inertial-sensor applications|
Caltech, Pasadena, CA, USA
|For pioneering contributions in materials, technologies, and design of MEMS/NEMS and groundbreaking achievements in the realization of biomedical parylene MEMS|