First-Hand:50 Year Member First Hand Histories
IEEE was formed on 1 January 1963 through the merger of the Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE) and the American Institute of Electrical Engineers (AIEE). So 2012 is our 50th year, and the IEEE History Center would like to recognize all those who have been loyal members since the beginning.
The 50 Year Member First Hand Histories is a special collection of First Hand Histories submitted by these members.
If you are a 50 year member and would like to contribute a First Hand History, please see the First Hand History creation instructions.
Once your First Hand History is completed, we will mark your contribution with a graphic replica of the First 50 Year Member pin shown above.
Listings for 50 Year Members
If you wish to find fellow IEEE members who share your unique perspective on the creation of IEEE, please follow any of the links listed below to search for your colleagues.
- List of 50 Year Members by Last Name
- List of 50 Year Members by Country
- List of 50 Year Members by Region
- List of 50 Year Members by Section
- List of 50 Year Members by Society
List of 50 Year Member First Hand Histories
- Applying digital television technology to medical imaging = x-ray dosage reduction and non-invasive angiography, by Stanley Baron
- Digital Television: The Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting (DTTB) Standard, by Stanley Baron
- The Foundation of Digital Television: the origins of the 4:2:2 component digital standard, by Stanley Baron
- Inventing the Vidifont: the first electronics graphics machine used in television production, by Stanley Baron
- Unmanned Aircraft Guidance Technology, by Manuel Fernandez
- My recollections of 50 years in Electronics, by Stephen Goch
- Chad is Our Most Important Product: An Engineer's Memory of Teletype Corporation, by Jim Haynes
- Semiconductors at Purdue and Beyond, by David M. Hodgin
- AM Noise Reduction System, by John L. Markwalter, Jr.
- Lab For Agricultural Remote Sensing, by Bill Rymer
- Real-time Telemetry Processing, by Bill Rymer
- How I Chose My Profession, by George W. Swenson, Jr.