Friday, 11 June 2010

IEEE Awards 2010

Takayasu Sakurai, has got the 2010 IEEE Donald O. Pederson Award in Solid-State Circuits, for pioneering contributions to the design and modeling of high-speed and low-power CMOS logic circuits.

Note that this is not compact modeling, but his alpha power law model has had a big impact!

Gennady Gildenblat has got promoted to IEEE Fellow for his "contributions to modeling of metal-oxide semiconductor field effect transistors".

Yasuhisa Omura has got promoted to IEEE Fellow for the contributions made to the SOI technology, analysis and modelling.

Thomas Piotr Skotnicki also got the promotion to IEEE Fellow for contributing to the development of MOS models.

Congratulations to all of them!

1 comment: said...

Joerg Appenzeller
Birck Nantechnology Center
West Lafayette, IN, USA
for contributions to carbon nanotube transistors and circuits

Richard Lai
Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems
Redondo Beach, CA, USA
for development and space-qualified insertion of millimeter-wave transistor and integrated-circuit technologies

Arokia Nathan
University College London
London, UK
for contributions to thin film transistor technologies

Kwok Kwok Ng
Semiconductor Research Corp (SRC)
Durham, NC, USA
for contributions to the optimization of intrinsic parasitics in metal-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistor design

Gary L. Patton
Hopewell Junction, NY, USA
for contributions to silicon germanium heterojunction bipolar transistors

Shumpei Yamazaki
Atsugi, Kanagawa, Japan
for contributions to, and leadership in the industrialization of non-volatile memory and thin film transistor technologies