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Do you need to complete an IEEE Fellow Nomination, gather information for a region, section or society; simply click on the icon below. The redesigned directory is the most comprehensive online search and networking tool available to members. The directory is organized into six categories:alphabetical, year elevated, gender, IEEE region, IEEE society and deceased. Within the six categories; members can search, sort or run a filter. The directory allows members to view the profiles of Fellows plus the ability to network with the Fellows. If you are not an IEEE member, you will have limited access to certain information.

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Fellows News

Fellows news in any manner—honors, recognitions, promotions, and more—will be displayed here.

Congratulations to Prof. Isamu Akasaki, Life Fellow, for being awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize for physics. He and professors Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura made the first blue LEDs in the early 1990s. Learn more.

Congratulations to Thomas Kailath, Life Fellow, Stanford University, CA, USA, for receiving the National Medal of Science award and Mary Shaw, Life Fellow, Carnegie Mellon University, PA, USA, for receiving the National Medal of Technology and Innovation award on October 6. Learn more.

Call for Nominations for the Class of 2016
Nominations for the IEEE Fellows Class of 2016 are now being accepted. Nominate a colleague, coworker, or friend whose career and body of work you consider eligible for elevation to the IEEE Fellow grade. Apply only online. Deadline is 1 March 2015.