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2019 Ieee technIcAl fIeld AwArds

IEEE Andrew S. Grove Award

IEEE Herman Halperin Electric Transmission
and Distribution Award

Sponsored by the IEEE Electron Devices Society

Sponsored by the Robert and Ruth Halperin Foundation, in memory of Herman and
Edna Halperin, and the IEEE Power & Energy Society

Digh Hisamoto

Steven A. Boggs

For pioneering work in the manufacturing of three-dimensional double-gate
MOSFET devices

For contributions to the improved component reliability in transmission and
distribution systems

Without Digh Hisamoto's development of the three-dimensional (3D) double-gate metal-oxide-silicon field effect transistor
(MOSFET) in 1989, many of today's advanced logic products
likely would not exist.With conventional planar MOSFET scaling
becoming more difficult due to short-channel effects, Hisamoto's
DELTA 3D MOSFET was instrumental in allowing miniaturization to continue. He was the first to recognize that it was possible
to solve process issues if the channel was formed in vertical "fin"
surfaces. His 3D MOSFET featured strong immunity to shortchannel effects, high mobility, and reduced threshold voltage variation. He demonstrated that his double-gate structure could be
fabricated using a conventional self-aligned silicon process.Today's
FinFET advanced logic technologies exhibit most of the principal
operating concepts introduced by Hisamoto's FET work.
An IEEE Fellow, Hisamoto is senior chief researcher, Hitachi,
Ltd., Tokyo, Japan.

The expertise of Steven A. Boggs has led to greater understanding of
the root causes of failure in power cable insulation and gas-insulated
switchgear (GIS) for more reliable transmission and distribution networks. He has developed methods that compute the transient electric field and conductivity at nanoscales and introduced quantum
mechanics to the conductivity calculations and the impact of defects.
His work has enabled equipment engineers to employ higher design
stresses in GIS and transmission-class cross-linked polyethylene cable
without increasing the risk of failure. Boggs developed the first online partial discharge (PD) detector for GIS, which utilized ultrahigh
frequency for PD detection.This allows detection of the most common manufacturing, installation, and aging-related issues without
destructive tests. He also has improved the reliability of surge arrestors through modelling deterioration processes.
An IEEE Fellow, Boggs (deceased) was president of Nonlinear
Systems, Inc., Ashford, CT, USA.

IEEE Undergraduate Teaching Award

IEEE Internet Award

Sponsored by the IEEE Education Society

Sponsored by Nokia Corporation

Lisa G. Huettel

Jennifer Rexford

For leadership in curriculum development as well as teaching and mentoring
of undergraduate students in electrical
and computer engineering.

For fundamental contributions to the
programmability, stability, and performance of large computer networks,
and leadership within the networking
community

Lisa G. Huettel has helped revitalize the electrical and computer
engineering (ECE) curriculum at Duke University with innovative
ideas that engage students. She coordinated the transformation of
Duke's foundational ECE course, which now integrates topics from
throughout ECE with a comprehensive team-based design project.
Students explore the breadth of ECE early in their studies, which
has positively affected interest, engagement, and retention. She has
incorporated new technologies into her courses, such as using iPods
to facilitate the collection and analysis of biological signals, introducing tablets to bridge lectures and laboratories, and adapting musical
instruments for signal processing demonstrations. She also integrated
the U.S. National Academy of Engineering's Grand Challenges into
a range of Duke courses to spark student interest.
An IEEE Senior Member, Huettel is Professor of the Practice
with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at
Duke University, Durham, NC, USA.

Jennifer Rexford's insights and engineering innovations have made
the Internet more stable, delivering the foundations that enable
sound and highly reliable Internet performance. Rexford created
methods to measure traffic, topology, and routing from multiple locations to obtain a network-wide view of large Internet backbone
networks, which makes it possible to manage these networks effectively. The engineering of practically every wide-area network,
from Internet service providers to Cloud providers, builds on Rexford's pioneering work on the design and operation of large-scale
networks. Her work on the Routing Control Platform, which
proposed the explicit separation of control and data, helped shape
today's Software Defined Networking (SDN) initiative, which has
revolutionized networking by enabling greater innovation.
An IEEE Fellow, Rexford is the Gordon Y.S. Wu Professor of
Engineering and Chair of Computer Science at Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA.

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