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List of IEEE Life Members' Fellows in Electrical History and their topics.

 

Past winners

  • 2016 Thomas Turnbull - Computerisation and the Science of Energy Conservation in the United States, 1971-1980
  • 2015 Gerardo Con Díaz - Intangible Inventions: Patents and the History of Software, 1945-1985
  • 2014 Casey Cater - Regenerating Dixie: Electric Energy, Environment, and the Making of the Modern South
  • 2013 Jacob Gaboury - Computer Graphics at the University of Utah
  • 2012 Joy Rankin - Personal Computing before Personal Computers: How 1960s and 1970s Time-Sharing Users Created Individualized, Interactive Computing
  • 2011 Marc Landry - Europe's Battery: Alpine Water and Power, 1870-1960
  • 2010 Julie Cohn - Expansion for Conservation: The Growth of North America’s Power Grid through the Twentieth Century
  • 2009 Corinna Schlombs - Trans-Atlantic Transfer of Computing Technology
  • 2008 Andrew Russell - Communication Standards from National Monopoly to Global Competition
  • 2007 Mara Mills - Deafness and Modern Communication Technologies
  • 2006 Hyungsub Choi - Making Transistors in the United States and Japan 1948-1960
  • 2005 Christopher McGahey - Forty Years of Technological Innovation in the US Quartz Crystal Industry, 1918-1958
  • 2004 Chen-Pang Yeang - Characterizing Wireless Channels: The History of Radio-Wave Propagation and Interferences, 1900-1935
  • 2003 Leslie Berlin - Entrepreneurship and the Rise of Silicon Valley: The Career of Robert Noyce, 1956-1990
  • 2002 Timothy Wolters - Evolution of Naval Combat Information Centers
  • 2001 Cyrus Mody - Scanning Probe Microscopy
  • 2000 Thomas Haigh - Managing Information Processing in American Corporations
  • 1999 Atsushi Akera - Scientific & Engineering Computing since WWII
  • 1998 Gary Frost - Failure of Early Frequency Modulation Radio 1900-1950
  • 1997 Aristotle Tympas - Transition from Analog to Digital Computing
  • 1996 Andrew Robertson - Transfer of automatic control technology between U.S. & Japan
  • 1996 Christophe Lecuyer - Military electronics manufacturing
  • 1995 David Morton - History of Magnetic Recording
  • 1994 Ross Bassett - History of Metal Oxide Semiconductors
  • 1993 Mary Ann Hellrigel - Adoption of Light and Power in Small Town America
  • 1992 Sungook Hong - John Ambrose Fleming
  • 1991 Gabrielle Hecht - Development of Nuclear Power
  • 1990 Mark Henry Clark - History of Magnetic Recording
  • 1989 Graeme Gooday - Laboratory-Based Culture in Electrical Engineering
  • 1988 Michael Gunderloy - Computing Activities of National Bureau of Standards
  • 1987 Nelson Kellogg - History of Television
  • 1986 Jonathan Coopersmith - Electrification of Russia, 1880-1925
  • 1985 Paul Israel - Technological Innovation in the Telegraph Industry
  • 1984 Andrew Butrica - Telegraphy and Electrical Engineering in France
  • 1983 Lawrence Owens - Early Career of Vannevar Bush
  • 1982 No Award
  • 1981 Robert Rosenberg - Electrical Engineering Education in America
  • 1980 W Bernard Carlson - Career of Elihu Thomson
  • 1979 Ronald Kline - Steinmetz and the Development of Electrical Engineering
  • 1978 Terry Rockefeller - Technology and Democracy in the Interwar Years: The Political and Social Impact of Electrical Light and Power in New York State

 
 

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