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About Award

The IEEE Nikola Tesla Award was established in 1975 through an agreement between the IEEE Power Engineering Society and the IEEE Board of Directors.

The Award is named in honor of Nikola Tesla, an electrical engineer, a distinguished Yugoslav-American inventor, and a pioneer in many fields, who is most renowned for the development of the coil that bears his name and the a-c induction motor.

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

Award Recipients

  • Leon T. Rosenberg, 1976
  • Cyril G. Veinott, 1977
  • Charles H. Holley, 1978
  • John W. Batchelor, 1979
  • Philip H. Trickey, 1980
  • Dean B. Harrington, 1981
  • Sakae Yamamura, 1982
  • No Award, 1983
  • Herbert H. Woodson, 1984
  • Eugene C. Whitney, 1985
  • Eric R. Laithwaite, 1986
  • J. Coleman White, 1987
  • Edward I. King, 1988
  • Dietrich R. Lambrecht, 1989
  • Gordon R. Slemon, 1990
  • Michel E. Poloujadoff, 1991
  • Thomas H. Barton, 1992
  • Madabushi V. K. Chari, 1993
  • Carl Flick, 1994
  • Thomas A. Lipo, 1995
  • John A. Tegopoulos, 1996
  • Prabha Kundur, 1997
  • Paul L. Dandeno, 1998
  • Nabeel Aly Omar Demerdash, 1999
  • Syed A. Nasar, 2000
  • Steve Williamson, 2001
  • James L. Kirtley, 2002
  • Austin H. Bonnett, 2003
  • Sheppard J. Salon, 2004
  • Thomas M Jahns, 2005
  • Konrad Reichert, 2006
  • Thomas W. Nehl, 2007
  • Timothy J. E. Miller, 2008
  • Donald Wayne Novotny, 2009
  • Paul C. Krause, 2010