# Fellows Committee

## Membership

### Fellows Committee Members

### 2023 Fellows Evaluation Committee

**Edl Schamiloglu (Chair)**

**Paul Lecoq (RISC)**

**Hugh Barnaby (RE)**

**David Abe (PPST)**

**Bryan Oliver (PPST)**

**Christine Coverdale (PSAC)**

**Bruce Carlsten (PSAC)**

**Thomas Roser (PAST)**

**Ahmed Hassanein (FTC)**

**Michel Defrise (NMISC)**

**Chuck Melcher (NMISC)**

**Peter Clout (CANPS)
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### IEEE NPSS Fellows

The current NPSS Fellows List can be found here

List of NPSS Fellows to 2023:

- Abe, David, 2015,

For leadership and contributions to the development of high power microwave and millimeter wave vacuum electronic devices - Agee, Forrest, 2012,

For leadership in and contributions to the engineering and physics of high power microwave, pulsed power, and ionizing radiation devices. - Akiyama, Hidenori, 2000,

For contributions to the development of pulsed power technology and its industrial applications. - Allen, M, 1995,

For contributions to the design and construction of radio frequency apparatus for high-energy storage rings and accelerators. - Allen, John, 2017,

For contributions to high current radio frequency discharges, sheath and wave phenomena, and electronegative and dusty plasmas - Anders, Andre, 2001,

For contributions to the physics and technology of cathodic arc plasmas - Ang, Lay-Kee, 2022,

For contributions to electron emission and space charge effects in nanodiode and quantum materials - Antonsen, Thomas, 2012,

For contributions to the theory of magnetically confined plasmas, laser-plasma interactions and high power coherent radiation sources - Armstrong, Carter, 2013,

For technical leadership in the development of high power microwave and millimeter-wave radiation sources, especially their power modules - Baker, William, 2015,

For leadership in the application of high-power beam technology. - Barnaby, Hugh, 2017,

For research of radiation effects in bipolar junction transistors - Barrett, Harrison, 2016,

For contributions to medical imaging, image processing and optics. - Barth, Janet, 2017,

For leadership in spacecraft reliability and electronic systems - Baumann, Robert, 2005,

For contributions to the understanding of the reliability impact of terrestrial radiation mechanisms in commercial electronics. - Beg, Farhat, 2013,

For contributions to high intensity laser matter interactions and pulsed power pinches - Behdad, Nader, 2017,

For contributions to sub-wavelength electromagnetic periodic structures - Bell, H Clark, 2010,

For advancements in synthesis techniques and development of new prototype networks for microwave filters. - Ben-Zvi, Ilan, 2009,

For leadership in superconducting accelerators, high brightness electron sources and free electron lasers - Benford, Jim, 2017,

For development of high power microwave sources and for transferring this technology into custom products. - Bernhardt, Paul, 2006,

For contributions to artificial modification of space plasmas with high power radio waves. - Bilek, Marcela, 2017,

For contributions to the science and application of plasma processes for materials modification and synthesis - Blank, Monica, 2020,

For development of gyrotron oscillators and amplifiers - Booske, John, 2008,

For contributions to vacuum electronics and microwave processing of materials - Bowen, James, 2010,

For leadership in “safety by design” in electrical substation engineering - Boxman, Raymond, 2012,

For advances in vacuum arc theory and its applications. - Brill, Aaron, 2002,

For contributions to the use of radiation in medicine. - Brillson, Leonard, 2000,

For contributions to the understanding and control of semiconductor interfaces and electrical contacts by atomic-scale techniques. - Brown, Ian, 2012,

For developing the state-of-the-art MEVVA intense metal (and carbon) vacuum arc ion source for accelerators and for industry. - Brown, Dennis, 2014,

For contributions to radiation effects in semiconductor devices for space microelectronics - Capolini, Filippo, 2020,

For contributions to development of electromagnetic phenomena in metamaterials and periodic structures - Carlsten, Bruce, 2016,

For contributions to high-brightness electron beams and vacuum electron devices - Carson, Richard, 2019,

For contributions to quantitative positron emission tomography - Chen, Francis, 2003,

For significant contributions to plasma diagnostics and to the understanding of plasma instabilities and anomalous transport phenomena. - Chen, Xiaodong, 2015,

For contributions to antennas for wireless communications and satellites - Cherry, Simon, 2008,

For contributions to molecular imaging - Chu, Paul, 2003,

For contributions to the understanding of plasma implantation and deposition. - Chu, Kwo, 2017,

For contributions to the basic understanding of relativistic electron cyclotron interaction with electromagnetic waves and development of high power radiation sources based on such interactions. - Claeys, Cor, 2009,

For contributions to semiconductor device physics, defect engineering, and low frequency noise characterization - Clout, Peter, 2019,

For leadership in data acquisition and control in nuclear and plasma sciences - Commisso, Robert, 2016,

For contributions to high-voltage pulsed-power systems, and high-current pulsed plasmas for opening switches - Conley, John, 2015,

For contributions to semiconductor process technology to improve radiation hardening of MOS devices - Connor, Kenneth, 2012,

For contributions to the development of particle beam probing for nuclear fusion research. - Conrad, Edward, 2010,

For technical leadership in the understanding and characterization of trasient nuclear radiation effects on insulators - Cooperstein, Gerald, 2015,

For contributions to pulsed power and intense electron and ion beam technologies and development of x-ray sources for pulsed radiography - Cova, Sergio, 2005,

For contributions to the instrumentation of nuclear electronics, in particular, the conception and demonstration of silicon single-photon detectors. - Coverdale, Christine, 2010,

For contributions to the development of neutron sources - Cressler, John, 2001,

For contributions to the understanding and optimization of silicon and silicon-germanium bipolar transistors. - Cuneo, Michael, 2014,

For developments in inertial confinement fusion with magnetically-driven-implosions and electrode cleaning - Dawson, W Kenneth, 2006,

For technical leadership and contributions to the development of instrumentation bus standards and nuclear data acquisition and control systems. - Dawson, Francis, 2009,

For contributions to modeling of excitation and detection of electrical arcs - Dayton, James, 2003,

For contributions to the design of microwave devices - Deeney, C, 2012,

For contributions to Z-pinch physics. - Defrise, Michel, 2010,

For contributions to computer tomography - Del Guerra, Alberto, 2017,

For contributions to radiation detectors and systems for medical physics and molecular imaging - Derenzo, Stephen, 2013,

For contributions to the development of high resolution positron tomography and the discovery of new scintillators. - Dodd, Paul, 2010,

For contributions to the understanding and simulation of single-event effects in microelectronics - Dressendorfer, Paul, 2016,

For contributions to the development and understanding of radiation-hardened technologies for electronic devices and circuits. - Eden, J, 2016,

For contributions to the discovery of visible and ultraviolet lasers, and the development of laser techniques for the spectroscopy of excimer lasers. - Ekdahl, Carl, 2015,

For contributions to high-power accelerator development and the generation and transport of electron beams for flash-radiography - El Fakhri, Georges, 2016,

For contributions to biological imaging - Engelson, Irving, 1996,

For management leadership of IEEE technical activities worldwide. - Eriksson, Lars A, 2012,

For development of instrumentation and methodologies for molecular imaging - Ferlet-Cavrois, Veronique, 2011,

For contributions to understanding of radiation effects on electronic devices - Fessler, Jeffrey, 2006,

For contributions to theory and practice of image reconstruction. - Fleetwood, Daniel, 1997,

For contributions to the field of electronic devices and materials. - Flescher, Harold, 2011,

For leadership in the development of radiation hardening technology. - Galloway, Kenneth, 1986,

For contributions to the study of radiation effects in microelectronics. - Gilgenbach, Ronald, 2015,

For contributions to high power microwave vacuum-electron devices. - Gitomer, Steven, 2008,

For leadership in the field of plasma science and the modeling of laser-produced plasmas. - Godfrey, Brendan, 2015,

For leadership in generation and application of intense charged-particle beams, and in numerical simulation of beams and plasmas. - Goebel, Dan, 1999,

For advancements in plasma sources and technology for pulsed-power switches and microwave sources. - Gold, Steven, 1996,

For research in high power, coherent radiation sources including millimeter-wave free-electron lasers, gyrotrons, cyclotron autoresonance masers, and the magnicon. - Goto, Toshio, 2017,

For contributions to plasma processing, gaseous electronics and lasers. - Granatstein, Victor, 2002,

For contributions to the invention and development of high-power microwave generators, especially gyrotron amplifiers. - Gullberg, Grant, 2014,

For contributions to medical imaging technologies. - Haddad, Nadim, 2012,

For development of radiation hardened semiconductor device technology and products for space applications - Hammer, David, 2011,

For contributions to physics, technology and applications of intense, pulsed electron and ion beams, and dense z-pinch plasmas. - Hassanein, Ahmed, 2012,

For contributions to modeling and simulation of fusion, laser, and discharge produced plasmas - Heijne, Erik, 2012,

For contributions to semiconductor detector systems and radiation tolerant detector readout electronics. - Hershkowitz, Noah, 2012,

For contributions to basic plasma science, plasma diagnostics, and RF heating and stabilization of mirror-continued plasmas. - Huang, Sung Cheng, 2010,

For contributions to kinetic modeling and biological quantification in positron emission tomography - Huesman, Ronald, 2013,

For contributions to computed tomographic reconstruction, parameter estimation from dynamic reconstructed images, and related analysis. - Hughes, Harold, 2005,

For discovery of radiation-induced oxide-trapping effects in metal-oxide-semiconductor (MOS) structures, and the hardening against such radiation effects. - Hussey, Thomas, 1998,

For advances in the understanding and application of fast, hollow-core, plasma z pinches. - Ibe, Eishi, 2008,

For contributions to neutron-induced soft-error analysis for semiconductor memory devices - Ishihara, Osamu, 2016,

For contributions to the discovery of the quasilinear mechanism of turbulent heating and the understanding of collective effects of wave-particle interaction in plasma turbulence. - James, Ralph, 2002,

For contributions to and leadership in the development of wide band-gap compound semiconductor devices used for detecting and imaging X- and gamma-ray radiation. - Jaszczak, Ronald, 2009,

For contributions to nuclear medical imaging, in particular, to the development, characterization, and understanding of single photon emission computed tomography(SPECT). - Jiang, Weihua, 2014,

For contributions to repetitive pulsed power generation utilizing solid-state device technology - Jiang, Jin, 2017,

For contributions to methodology, design, and evaluation of engineering systems safety - Johnson, C, 2001,

For contributions to engineering management and design, especially in the field of high-density magnetic recording. - Johnston, Allan, 2013,

For contributions to the understanding of space radiation effects in optoelectronics. - Jordanov, Valentin, 2021,

For contributions to real-time digital and analog pulse processing in radiation measurements - Jory, H, 1995,

For technical leadership in the development of gyrotrons - Joshi, Ravindra, 2009,

For contributions to bio-electrics and simulation of cellular responses to pulsed power excitation - Karp, Joel, 2017,

For contributions to quantitative imaging of positron emission tomography - Katsouleas, Thomas, 2016,

For pioneering contributions to the fields of ultra-high gradient particle accelerators and novel light sources using plasmas. - Keyser, Ronald, 2017,

For contributions to high purity germanium detectors for gamma-ray spectroscopy - Kinahan, Paul, 2011,

For contributions to positron emission tomography - Kirkici, Hulya, 2017,

For contributions to high frequency, high field dielectric breakdown and electrical insulation for space and aerospace power systems - Kleinfelder, Stuart, 2017,

For contributions to sensors and instrumentation for high-speed imaging applications - Koester, Steven, 2017,

For contributions to group-IV electronic and photonic devices - Kong, Michael, 2016,

For contributions to atmospheric pressure glow discharge sources in biology and medicine - Kouzes, Richard, 2006,

For contributions to nuclear radiation detection systems - Krasik, Yakov, 2021

For contributions to plasma-based electron sources - Kristiansen, M, 2011,

For contributions to plasma technology and pulsed power. - Kuehl, Hans, 1997,

For contributions to the theory of antenna in plasma. - Kushner, Mark, 2018,

For contributions to the fundamental understanding of low-temperature plasmas. - Lai, Shu, 2010,

For contributions to spacecraft interactions with space plasmas. - Laroussi, Mounir, 2009,

For contributions to biomedical applications of low temperature atmospheric pressure plasmas - Larsen, R, 1997,

For contributions to advances in high-speed analog sampled data devices, circuits, and large0scale systems, and for leadership in the development of high-speed data bus standards. - Lau, Yue-Ying, 2008,

For contributions to electron beam devices, coherent radiation sources, and discharge physics - Law, Mark, 1998,

For contributions to integrated circuits process modeling and simulation. - Leahy, Richard, 2004,

For contributions to positron emission tomography, encephalography, and magnetic resonance imaging. - Lecoq, Paul, 2015,

For contributions to scintillator detectors for high-energy physics and medical imaging - Lehr, Jane, 2014,

For contributions to high power switches for generating electromagnetic radiation - Lenahan, Patrick, 2017,

For contributions to understanding of radiation damage and reliabilityof metal-oxide semiconductor devices - Leray, Jean-Luc, 2004,

For contributions to the implementation of radiation hardened silicon-on-sapphire and silicon-on-insulator technologies. - Levush, Baruch, 2001,

For leadership in the development of theoretical and computational models of free electron radiation sources. - Lewellen, Tom, 2008,

For contributions to nuclear medicine and positron emission tomography imaging systems - Liang, Jerome, 2007,

For contributions to medical image reconstruction and virtual colonoscopy - Lieberman, Michael, 2013,

For contributions to research in plasma-assisted materials processing, nonlinear dynamics, and controlled fusion. - Lindemuth, Irvin, 2016,

For contributions to magnetized plasma and related pulse power technology. - Lonngren, Karl, 2009,

For contributions to the understanding of nonlinear effects in plasma and related areas. - Luhmann, Neville, 2002,

For advances in millimeter/submillimeter wave plasma diagnostics, intense microwave plasma interactions, and coherent radiation generation. - Machavaram, Kartikeyan, 2020,

For contributions to high-power millimeter wave and terahertz sources - Maenchen, John, 2018,

For leadership in the development of intense pulsed charged particle beams, and their application for flash radiography - Manheimer, Wallace, 2014,

For contributions to the analysis of nonlinear phenomena in plasma and electron beams. - Maron, Yitzhak, 2008,

For contributions to spectroscopic techniques for diagnosing high-current, high-voltage electric and magnetic properties. - Marshall, Paul, 2013,

For contributions to understanding the impact of particle radiation on satellite reliability and survivabilty - Massengill, Lloyd, 2005,

For contributions to radiation effects in - McGarrity, James, 2013,

For contributions to the understanding of the physical mechanisms producing radiation damage in MOS devices. - McMorrow, Dale, 2019,

For contributions to laser-based methodologies for simulating single-event effects in digital devices - Mcnab, Ian, 2006,

For contributions to the development of electromagnetic launchers. - Mcnulty, Peter, 2017,

For contributions to radiation-induced soft errors in microelectronics - Mehlhorn, Thomas, 2014,

For leadership in understanding intense, pulsed electron and ion beams - Melcher, Charles, 2014,

For the discovery of a cerium-activated lutetium oxy-orthosilicate scintillator and its application to medical imaging - Messenger, George, 1995,

For contributions to the determination of radiation damage to semiconductors and advances in semiconductor device technology. - Miley, George, 2003,

For contributions to the design of confinement systems in magnetic and inertial fusion reactors and nuclear pumped. - Miller, H Craig, 2011,

For research on discharges and electrical insulation in vacuum - Milton, Stephen, 2017,

For contributions to free electron lasers - Mizuno, Akira, 2018,

For the reduction of gaseous pollutants. - Moses, William, 2006,

For the development and application of efficient, high resolution position tomography. - Moszynski, Marek, 2018,

For contributions to scintillation detectors in nuclear physics and nuclear medicine. - Mourad, Samiha, 2015,

For contributions to fault modeling in digital circuits and systems - Muggli, Patrick, 2011,

For contributions to plasma wakefield acceleration of electrons and positrons - Neuber, Andreas, 2012,

For contributions to the physics of dielectric surface flashover in high electric fields - Nusinovich, Gregory, 2000,

For contributions to the theory of gyrotron oscillators and amplifiers and cyclotron autoresonance masers. - Nuyts, Johan, 2021

For contributions to theory and algorithms for image reconstruction in emission and transmission tomography - Oakes, L, 1989,

For contributions to nuclear power reactor control systems. - Oldham, Timothy, 2018,

For contributions to the understanding of complex time-dependent radiation response of MOS electronic devices. - Oliver, Bryan, 2017,

For contributions to the theory and simulation of intense particle beams and plasmas - Osepchuk, John, 1993,

For contributions to microwave technology and to microwave safety. - Ottinger, Paul, 2011,

For contributions to physics of intense charged particle beams and vacuum pulsed-power technology - Pan, Xiaochuan, 2013,

For contributions to nuclear and non-invasive imaging - Pantelides, Sokrates, 2015,

For contributions to point-defect dynamics in semiconductor devices - Pease, Ronald, 2012,

For contributions to radiation response of microelectronic devices, circuits, and systems - Peratt, Anthony, 2009,

For contributions to the development of three-dimensional, electromagnetic, particle-in-cell simulations of plasmas. - Petersen, Edward, 2010,

For contributions to upset rate calculations for microelectronics in space environments. - Phelps, Paul, 1996,

For contributions to the development and applications of instrumental methods in environmental radionuclide detection and behavior. - Pickel, James, 2014,

For contributions to the development of methods to characterize, model, and mitigate the effects of single event mechanisms in microelectronics. - Podgorski, Andrew, 2009,

For contributions to broadband immunity and compatibility certification - Powers, E, 1997,

For contributions to the analysis of data relating to nonlinear phenomena in materials such as controlled thermonuclear plasmas. - Pozzi, Sara, 2020,

For contributions to neutron detection techniques and neutron transport Monte Carlo methods - Qi, Jinyi, 2014,

For contributions to statistical image reconstruction for emission-computed tomography - Radeka, Veljko, 2000,

For contributions to the theory and practice of nuclear detector signal processing. - Reed, Robert, 2017,

For contributions to understanding the effects of single-event particle radiation on integrated circuits - Reinovsky, Robert, 2014,

For contributions to pulsed power science and technology. - Ritt, Stefan, 2016,

For the development of the Domino Ring Sampler series of chips - Rocca, Jorge, 2016,

For the development of plasma excited lasers and the table-top soft x-ray laser. - Roser, Thomas, 2010,

For contributions to the design of magnets in particle accelerator applications - Ross, Hugh, 1989,

For contributions to the design theory and development of transistors. - Rossi, Lucio, 2013,

For leadership in developing magnetic systems for the Large Hadron Collider - Sah, Chih-Tang, 2009,

For contributions to the theory, understanding and development of solid-state electronic devices - Sauthoff, Ned, 2007,

For contributions to plasma physics and fusion energy - Schamiloglu, Edl, 2002,

For contributions to the generation and propagation of intense pulsed charged particle beams. - Schoenbach, Karl, 2012,

For contributions to the research and research and development of very-high-power electronic devices. - Schriber, Stan, 2014,

For contributions to linear accelerator technology. - Schrimpf, Ronald, 2000,

For contributions to the understanding and the modeling of physical mechanisms governing the response of semiconductor devices to radiation exposure. - Schwank, Jim, 2014,

For contributions to the field of radiation effects on electronic devices and integrated circuits. - Scully, Robert, 2013,

For contributions to protection of aerospace systems from lightning and electromagnetic interference - Seidler, William, 2011,

For contributions to research in electromagnetic pulse effects. - Sessler, G, 2001,

For contributions to the field of electroacoustic transduc - Sexton, Frederick, 2011,

For contributions to ionizing radiation and catastrophic single-event effects in microelectronics - Shaneyfelt, Marty, 2002,

For contributions to the understanding of radiation effects in semiconductor devices and to the development of radiation-hardened technologies. - Shiltsev, Vladimir, 2020,

For development of electron lenses and contributions to accelerator technology and beam physics - Shiozawa, T, 2007,

For contributions to engineering-oriented relativistic electromagnetic theory and theoretical study of free-electron lasers. - Shohet, J, 2009,

For leadership in plasma science and engineering - Singh, Amarjit, 1990,

For contributions to the knowledge of microwave plasmas and devices, and for research leadership. - Slade, Paul, 2007,

For contributions to the behavior of high-current metal contacts. - Smith, Graham, 2017,

For contributions to the advancement of detectors for x-rays, charged particles and thermal neutrons - Speck, Carlton, 2008,

For the application of the theory and practice of electrostatic effects in the automotive industry. - Spratt, James, 2000,

For contributions to the design and fabrication of radiation-hardened integrated circuits, and advances in semiconductor device technology. - Srour, Joseph, 2007,

For contributions to the understanding of radiation effects on electronic materials and devices. - Staprans, Armand, 1995,

For leadership in the development of linear beam microwave tubes. - Stearns, Charles, 2015,

For contributions to medical imaging with positron emission tomography - Strauss, Michael, 1998,

For contributes to nuclear instrumentation and measurement techniques. - Strauss, Bruce, 2005,

For leadership in low temperature superconducting materials and magnet systems. - Sweeney, Mary Ann, 2014,

For contributions to the understanding of plasma opening switches and beam interactions with matter in particle beam accelerators - Temkin, Richard, 2017,

For leadership in the development and application of millimeter-wave and infrared coherent sources. - Thumm, Manfred, 2002,

For contributions to the development and application of gyrotron oscillators, oversized microwave mode converters and transmission line components. - Tobin, Kenneth, 2012,

For contributions to computer vision technology for instrumentation and measurement - True, Richard, 2009,

For contributions to a unified theory of electron-beam transport in high-power microwave systems. - Tsui, Benjamin, 2017,

For contributions to nuclear medicine imaging, especially in single photon emission computed tomography. - Turchi, Peter, 2016,

For leadership and contributions in multi-megajoule, multi-megampere pulsed power science and technology. - Tyo, J Scott, 2015,

For contributions to transient electromagnetics ultra-wideband antennas, and mesoband radiating systems - Van Lint, Victor, 2000,

For contributions to the understanding of radiation effects and to the applications of this knowledge to improve the survivability of military and space systems. - Verboncoeur, John, 2013,

For contributions to computational plasma physics and plasma device applications - Viergever, Max, 2007,

For leadership and contributions to medical imaging - Visvikis, Dimitris, 2022,

For contributions to image reconstruction and analysis of positron emission tomography - Weber, Larry, 2013,

For contributions to plasma display technology. - Weiland, Thomas, 2012,

For development of the finite integration technique and impact of the associated software on electromagnetic engineering - Wharton, C, 1992,

For contributions to the understanding of plasma and to the development of plasma diagnostic techniques. - Winokur, Peter, 2015,

For contributions to the understanding and improvement of the radiation response of electronic materials and devices, and for improvements in total-dose hardness assurance of integrated circuits. - Woody, Craig, 2012,

For the development of radiation detectors for high energy and nuclear physics, and medical imaging - Yanabu, Satoru, 2007,

For contributions to research and development of advanced switcher and application in transmission and distribution systems. - Zeng, Gengsheng, 2011,

For contributions to instrumentation and image reconstruction algorithms in single photon emission computed tomography - Zentai, George, 2010,

For contributions to the advancement of digital x-ray imagers