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IEEE Innovation in Societal Infrastructure Award

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First awarded  2011
Awarded for  Significant technological achievements and contributions to the establishment, development, and proliferation of innovative societal infrastructure systems through the application of information technology with an emphasis on distributed computing systems
Sponsored by  Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Official website  IEEE Innovation in Societal Infrastructure Award

The IEEE Innovation in Societal Infrastructure Award is a Technical Field Award established by the IEEE Board of Directors in 2011. This award is presented for significant technological achievements and contributions to the establishment, development, and proliferation of innovative societal infrastructure systems through the application of information technology with an emphasis on distributed computing systems

This award may be presented to an individual or a team of up to three people. Recipients of this award receive a bronze medal, certificate, and honorarium. The award is sponsored by Hitachi, Ltd. and the IEEE Computer Society

Recipients

  • 2016: William H. Sanders
  • 2015: Takemochi Ishii and Hirokazu Ihara and Atsunobu Ichikawa
  • 2014: Balaji Prabhakar
  • References

    IEEE Innovation in Societal Infrastructure Award Wikipedia


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