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Please join us in congratulating the 23 LEOS members who became IEEE Fellows this year. It’s a significant honor that is based on major technical contributions, leadership, and service to the Institute and the profession. The number of Fellows who can be elected in a given year is limited to one-per-thousand IEEE members in the so-called “higher grades,” which includes Member, Senior Member, and Fellow Grades.
LEOS would also like to thank the nominators, reviewers, and committee members who put a lot of time and effort into the selection process. It’s a roughly nine-month-long process that starts with the submission of four-page nomination forms, reference forms from between five and eight current Fellows, and other supporting materials. Candidates must already be Senior Members. Each nomination is reviewed, rated, and ranked by the Fellows Committee of an IEEE Society or Council chosen by the nominator. Then, the IEEE Fellows Committee reviews all of the materials and chooses which nominations to recommend to the Board of Directors. Generally, fewer than half of the nominations are successful.
The deadline for Fellow nominations is March 15. For more information , and to learn how to submit a nomination, I encourage you to check out the Fellows page on the IEEE Web Portal at: www.ieee.org/about/awards/fellows/fellows.htm
As a step toward a Fellow nomination later, you may wish to consider nominating someone for Senior Membership, or since Members can apply for Senior Membership, encourage them to do so. Either way, this process is fairly easy and can be done online at:
www.ieee.org/organizations/rab/md/smprogram.html

William Penn
Syracuse University, Baldwinsville, NY, USA
For contributions to electronic and electro-optical systems for detection and communication.

Stamatios Kartapoulos
University of Oklahoma, Tulsa, OK, USA
For contributions to digital broadband transmission, to digital communications control, and to advanced optical communications systems and networks

Yan-Kuin Su
National Cheng Kung University, Tainan City, Taiwan
For contributions to optoelectronics and nanophotonics research and education.

Julia Brown
University Display Corporation, Ewing, NJ, USA
For leadership in developing and commercializing very high performance semiconductor and organic light emitting devices.

Yoshio Itaya
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Kanagawa, Japan
For contributions to high performance long-wavelength semiconductor lasers for optical communications.

M. Selim Unlu
Boston University, Boston, MA, USA
For contributions to optoelectronic devices.

Markus Amann
Technical University of Munich, Bavaria, Germany
For contributions to laser diodes for optical communications and sensing.

Nabeel Riza
University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, USA
For contributions to acousto-optic, liquid crystal, and micromirror device applications in photonic signal processing and controls.

Katsumi Midorikawa
RIKEN (The Institute of Physical & Chemical Research, Saitama, Japan
For contributions to generation of intense coherent soft x-ray radiation.

Sung-Joo Yoo
University of California, Davis, CA, USA
For contributions to optical networking including wavelength conversion, optical label switching networks, optical routers, and integrated photonics.

Antonius Koonen
Technical University Eindhoven, The Netherlands
For contributions in fiber-optic broadband access networks.

Roel Baets
Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium
For contributions to silicon photonics and to photonic integration.

Christopher Doerr
Lucent Technologies – Bell Labs, Holmdel, NJ, USA
For contributions to high-speed optical communication systems.

David Plant
McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
For contributions to optoelectronic devices.

Robert Menzies
Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Pasadena, CA, USA
For contributions to laser radar technology and laser remote sensing.

Hideto Iwaoka
Yokogawa Electric Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
For leadership in developing optical devices and optical microelectro mechanical systems for sensing and measuring instruments.

Kwong-Kit Choi
US Army Research Laboratory, Adelphi, MD, USA
For contributions to quantum well infrared photodetector technology.

Venkataraman Swaminathan
Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technology, New Providence, NJ, USA
For contributions to the field of optoelectronic materials, devices, and systems.

David Dolfi
Avago Technologies, San Jose, CA, USA
For technical leadership in integrated optics and optical interconnects.

Hui Liu
National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
For contributions to resonant tunneling and intersubband quantum devices.

Edward Ackerman
Photonic Systems, Inc., Billerica, MA, USA
For contributions to the optimization of analog optical links.

Dalma Novak
Pharad, LLC, Glen Burnie, MD, USA
For contributions to enabling technologies for the implementation of fiber radio systems.

Giovanni Ghione
Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy
For contributions to numerical physics-based modelling of passive and active integrated microwave components.



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