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== IEEE (including AIEE, IRE) Members who have Won [[Nobel Prize|Nobel Prizes]] ==
  
'''IEEE (INCLUDING AIEE, IRE) MEMBERS<br>WHO ARE KNOWN TO HAVE WON NOBEL PRIZES'''
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Zhores I Alferov, 2000, Physics
  
Zhores I Alferov, 2000, Physics<br>Edward Appleton (MH), 1947, Physics<br>*John Bardeen, 1956, Physics; 1972, Physics<br>Nicolaas Bloembergen (MH), 1981, Physics<br>* Walter Brattain, 1956, Physics<br>Willem Einthoven, 1924, Medicine<br>Leo Esaki (MH), 1973, Physics<br>*Brian Josephson, 1973, Physics<br>Jack S. Kilby (MH), 2000, Physics<br>Eldo C. Koenig, 1951, Economics (AIEE member?)<br>Herbert Kroemer, 2000, Physics<br>*Leon M Lederman, 1988, Physics<br>Guglielmo Marconi (MH), 1909, Physics<br>*Robert Andrews Millikan, Physics, 1923<br>*Arno Penzias, 1978, Physics<br>*Norman F. Ramsey, 1989, Physics<br>Arthur Schawlow, 1981, Physics<br>William Shockley (MH), 1956, Physics<br>Charles Townes (MH), 1964, Physics<br>Robert W. Wilson, 1978, Physics  
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[[Edward V. Appleton|Edward Appleton]] (MH), 1947, Physics  
  
<br>MH = winner of IEEE (or predecessor organization) Medal of Honor
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*[[John Bardeen|John Bardeen]], 1956, Physics; 1972, Physics
  
<br>*=IEEE Honorary Member
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[[Nicolaas Bloembergen|Nicolaas Bloembergen]] (MH), 1981, Physics
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[[Willard S. Boyle|Willard S. Boyle]], 2009. Physics
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*[[Walter H. Brattain|Walter Brattain]], 1956, Physics
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[[Willem Einthoven|Willem Einthoven]], 1924, Medicine
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[[Leo Esaki|Leo Esaki]] (MH), 1973, Physics
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*Brian Josephson, 1973, Physics
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[[Oral-History:Charles Kao|Charles K. Kao]], (Bell Medal) 2009, Physics
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[[Jack Kilby|Jack S. Kilby]] (MH), 2000, Physics<br>  
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[[Herbert Kroemer|Herbert Kroemer]], 2000, Physics
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[[Irving Langmuir|Irving Langmuir]], 1932, Chemistry (P)
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*Leon M Lederman, 1988, Physics
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[[Guglielmo Marconi|Guglielmo Marconi]] (MH), 1909, Physics
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*[[Robert A. Millikan|Robert Andrews Millikan]], (Edison Medal) 1923, Physics
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*[[Arno Allan Penzias|Arno Penzias]], 1978, Physics
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*[[Oral-History:Norman F. Ramsey (1991)|Norman F. Ramsey]], 1989, Physics
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[[Arthur L. Schawlow|Arthur Schawlow]], 1981, Physics
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[[William Shockley|William Shockley]] (MH), 1956, Physics
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[[Oral-History:George E. Smith|George E. Smith]], 2009, Physics
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[[Charles Townes|Charles Townes]] (MH), 1964, Physics
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[[Robert Wilson|Robert W. Wilson]], 1978, Physics
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== Notes  ==
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MH = winner of IEEE (or predecessor organization) Medal of Honor
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P = Langmuir was IRE President in 1923
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*= IEEE Honorary Member
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More on the Nobel Prizes and the individuals who won them can be found at the web sites of the [http://nobelprize.org/ Nobel Prize Committee] and the [http://www.nobelmuseum.se/zino.aspx?lan=en-us Nobel Museum].
  
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IEEE (including AIEE, IRE) Members who have Won Nobel Prizes

Zhores I Alferov, 2000, Physics

Edward Appleton (MH), 1947, Physics

Nicolaas Bloembergen (MH), 1981, Physics

Willard S. Boyle, 2009. Physics

Willem Einthoven, 1924, Medicine

Leo Esaki (MH), 1973, Physics

  • Brian Josephson, 1973, Physics

Charles K. Kao, (Bell Medal) 2009, Physics

Jack S. Kilby (MH), 2000, Physics

Herbert Kroemer, 2000, Physics

Irving Langmuir, 1932, Chemistry (P)

  • Leon M Lederman, 1988, Physics

Guglielmo Marconi (MH), 1909, Physics

Arthur Schawlow, 1981, Physics

William Shockley (MH), 1956, Physics

George E. Smith, 2009, Physics

Charles Townes (MH), 1964, Physics

Robert W. Wilson, 1978, Physics

Notes

MH = winner of IEEE (or predecessor organization) Medal of Honor

P = Langmuir was IRE President in 1923

  • = IEEE Honorary Member

More on the Nobel Prizes and the individuals who won them can be found at the web sites of the Nobel Prize Committee and the Nobel Museum.