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== About Award ==
 
== About Award ==
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The IEEE Reynold B. Johnson Information Storage Systems Award was established by the Board of Directors in 1992.
 
The IEEE Reynold B. Johnson Information Storage Systems Award was established by the Board of Directors in 1992.
 
   
 
   
It is named in honor of Reynold B. Johnson, who is renowned as a pioneer of magnetic disk technology and was founding manager of the IBM San Jose Research and Engineering Laboratory, San Jose, California in 1952, where IBM research and development in the field was centered.
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It is named in honor of [[Reynold B. Johnson]], who is renowned as a pioneer of magnetic disk technology and was founding manager of the IBM San Jose Research and Engineering Laboratory, San Jose, California in 1952, where IBM research and development in the field was centered.
 
   
 
   
 
Recipient selection is administered through the Technical Field Awards Council of the IEEE Awards Board.
 
Recipient selection is administered through the Technical Field Awards Council of the IEEE Awards Board.
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== Award Recipients ==
 
== Award Recipients ==
  
*John M. Harker 1993
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*John M. Harker, 1993
*C. Denis Mee 1994
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*C. Denis Mee, 1994
*James U. Lemke 1995
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*James U. Lemke, 1995
*Nobutake Imamura 1996
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*Nobutake Imamura, 1996
*Alan F. Shugart 1997
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*Alan F. Shugart, 1997
*Jean-Pierre Lazzari 1998
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*Jean-Pierre Lazzari, 1998
*David Patterson 1999
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*David Patterson, 1999
 
*[[Randy H. Katz|Randy Katz]], 1999
 
*[[Randy H. Katz|Randy Katz]], 1999
*Garth Gibson 1999
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*Garth Gibson, 1999
*Mark H. Kryder 2000
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*Mark H. Kryder, 2000
*Tu Chen 2001
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*Tu Chen, 2001
 
*[[Christopher H. Bajorek|Christopher H. Bajorek]], 2002
 
*[[Christopher H. Bajorek|Christopher H. Bajorek]], 2002
 
*[[H. Neal Bertram|H. Neal Bertram]], 2003
 
*[[H. Neal Bertram|H. Neal Bertram]], 2003
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*[[Bruce A. Gurney]], 2004
 
*[[Bruce A. Gurney]], 2004
 
*[[Francois Dolivo]], 2005
 
*[[Francois Dolivo]], 2005
*[[Jaishankar M. Menon]], 2006
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*[[Jaishankar Menon]], 2006
*[[Dave Hitz]], 2007
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*[[David Hitz]], 2007
 
*[[James Lau]], 2007
 
*[[James Lau]], 2007
 
*[[Alan Jay Smith]], 2008
 
*[[Alan Jay Smith]], 2008
 
*[[Marshall Kirk McKusick]], 2009
 
*[[Marshall Kirk McKusick]], 2009
 
*[[Moshe Yanai]], 2010
 
*[[Moshe Yanai]], 2010
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*Not awarded, 2011
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*[[Naoya Takahashi]], 2012
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*[[Michael L. Kazar]], 2013
  
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Latest revision as of 15:21, 19 November 2013

About Award

The IEEE Reynold B. Johnson Information Storage Systems Award was established by the Board of Directors in 1992.

It is named in honor of Reynold B. Johnson, who is renowned as a pioneer of magnetic disk technology and was founding manager of the IBM San Jose Research and Engineering Laboratory, San Jose, California in 1952, where IBM research and development in the field was centered.

Recipient selection is administered through the Technical Field Awards Council of the IEEE Awards Board.

Award Recipients