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Award Recipients

    For the development of a distributed measurement laboratory that can be remotely accessed by students over the Internet.

    For service to the Society as Transactions Editor-in-Chief, where he rapidly deployed our online Transactions editorial process and dedicated an incredible amount of time and energy to maintain our Transactions to the highest quality level.

    John Eidson Headshot Photo
    For outstanding leadership in developing the IEEE 1588 Standard for Precision Clock Synchronization Protocol for Networked Measurement and Control Systems.

    Barry Oakes Headshot Photo
    For outstanding contributions to the I&M Society, including two decades of service as a member of the Administrative Committee, two terms as Society President, and holding most of the Society offices; for service to the IEEE as a member of the IEEE Board

    Brian Wadell Headshot Photo
    For outstanding contributions in fifteen years of membership on the Society Administrative Committee and for serving two terms as President of the IandM Society.

    For outstanding contributions to nonlinear circuit theory.

    Mel Siegel Headshot Photo
    For dedicated service to the IandM Society as Treasurer and for leadership as Co-Chair of TC-22, TC-27, TC-28 and TC-30.

    Tamás Dabóczi Headshot Photo
    For contributions to inverse filtering and to reconstruction of measured transient signals.

    Kang Lee Headshot Photo
    For dedicated contributions and services to the Society as Chair of the TC-9 and developer of mini-transducer specifications.

    Hal Goldberg Headshot Photo
    Recognizing outstanding contributions to the Society and the IEEE as President of the I&M Society, Treasurer of TAB and numerous services to Society management, education and conferences.

    Stephen Dyer Headshot Photo
    For outstanding contributions during fourteen years of membership on the Society's Administrative Committee, including service as Editor-in-Chief of the Transactions, as founding Editor-in-Chief of the IandM Magazine, and as President of the IandM Society

    For contributions to radar systems measurements.

    Kim Fowler Headshot Photo
    For technical and professional leadership of the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society as Editor-in-Chief of the IandM Magazine, member of the Society Administrative Committee and author and developer of technical papers and tutorials presented at

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    For contributions to non-linear circuit technology.

    In recognition of contributions to measurement uncertainty theory.

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