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== About Medal  ==
 
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The IEEE/Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) Wolfson James Clerk Maxwell Award, established in 2006, is named in honor of the 19th century Scottish mathematician and physicist [[James Clerk Maxwell]]. Maxwell laid the foundations of electromagnetic wave theory, radio propagation, microwave techniques, and radio communications.
 
The IEEE/Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) Wolfson James Clerk Maxwell Award, established in 2006, is named in honor of the 19th century Scottish mathematician and physicist [[James Clerk Maxwell]]. Maxwell laid the foundations of electromagnetic wave theory, radio propagation, microwave techniques, and radio communications.
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*[[Amar G. Bose|Amar G. Bose]], 2010
 
*[[Amar G. Bose|Amar G. Bose]], 2010
 
*[[Ted Hoff|Marcian E. Hoff]], 2011
 
*[[Ted Hoff|Marcian E. Hoff]], 2011
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*[[Gerhard Sessler|Gerhard M. Sessler]], 2012
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*[[Richard Stephen Muller]], [[Richard M. White]], 2013
  
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About Medal

The IEEE/Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) Wolfson James Clerk Maxwell Award, established in 2006, is named in honor of the 19th century Scottish mathematician and physicist James Clerk Maxwell. Maxwell laid the foundations of electromagnetic wave theory, radio propagation, microwave techniques, and radio communications.

Wolfson Microelectronics plc, is a leading global provider of high performance, mixed-signal semiconductors for digital consumer electronics applications.

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