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== About Award ==
 
== About Award ==
  
The IEEE Eric E. Sumner Award was established by the IEEE Board of Directors in 1995.
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It is named in honor of Eric E. Sumner, 1991 IEEE President, who retired as Vice President, Operations Planning, AT&T Bell Laboratories after a long and distinguished career.
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The IEEE Eric E. Sumner Award was established by the [[IEEE Board of Directors|IEEE Board of Directors]] in 1995.
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It is named in honor of [[Eric E. Sumner|Eric E. Sumner]], 1991 IEEE President, who retired as Vice President, Operations Planning, [[Bell Labs|AT&T Bell Laboratories]] after a long and distinguished career.
  
 
Recipient selection is administered by the Awards Board through its Technical Field Awards Council.
 
Recipient selection is administered by the Awards Board through its Technical Field Awards Council.
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*[[Thomas L. Koch]], 2008
 
*[[Thomas L. Koch]], 2008
 
*[[Roberto Padovani]], 2009
 
*[[Roberto Padovani]], 2009
*[[Reinaldo Valenzuela]], 2010
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*[[Reinaldo A. Valenzuela]], 2010
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*[[H. Vincent Poor]], 2011
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*[[Jack H. Winters]] and [[Andreas F. Molisch]], 2012
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*[[Siavash Alamouti]], [[Hamid Jafarkhani]], and [[Vahid Tarokh]], 2013
  
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Latest revision as of 20:47, 29 August 2013

About Award

The IEEE Eric E. Sumner Award was established by the IEEE Board of Directors in 1995.

It is named in honor of Eric E. Sumner, 1991 IEEE President, who retired as Vice President, Operations Planning, AT&T Bell Laboratories after a long and distinguished career.

Recipient selection is administered by the Awards Board through its Technical Field Awards Council.

Award Recipients