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For contributions to nanoimprint lithography and nanostructured magnetic systems and devices
For contributions to nanoscale magnetic device design, fabrication, and characterization
For contributions to and industrial applications of computer aided design in electromagnetics
Carnegie Mellon University
For contributions to understanding of magnetic nanoparticles
Max-Planck-Institut fur CPfS
for contributions to the design and chemical synthesis of new materials with multi-functional properties
for development of electromagnetic sensors and actuators for automotive applications
Niagara Transformer Corporation
for leadership in the technology and standards for rectifier, inverter and harmonic-mitigating transformers
for contributions to Petri nets and their applications to automated manufacturing systems
University of California- Davis
for contributions to the understanding of magnetotransport effects and magnetization reversal in nanostructures
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
for contributions to the understanding and applications of magnetization dynamics
for contributions to finite element methods applied to electromagnetic devices and electrical machines
National University of Singapore
For contributions to magnetic head-media interfaces and tribology
For contributions to the development and control of stator permanent magnet machines for vehicular propulsion and wind power generation
Motor Design Ltd.
For contributions to AC induction and permanent magnet electric machines
For leadership in the development of high density magnetic recording technologies and devices
University of Minnesota
For contributions to magnetic material and spintronic devices for magnetic recording, information processing and biomedical applications
For contributions to heat-assisted magnetic recording media
Dr. Peter FischerLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, U.S.A.
For contributions to the development and application of high resolution X-ray magnetic imaging
Dr. Bruce A. GurneyHGST, U.S.A.
For contributions to spin valve Giant Magnetoresistance sensors for magnetic recording systems
Dr. Axel HoffmannArgonne National Laboratory, U.S.A.
For contributions to nanomagnetism and manipulation of spin current
Dr. Magdalena Salazar-PalmaCharles the Third University of Madrid, Spain
For contributions to the application of numerical techniques to electromagnetic modeling
Dr. Kiruba SivasubramaniamGeneral Electric Company, U.S.A.
For contributions to high power density electric machines for renewable energy and aerospace applications
Dr. Jiming SongIowa State University, U.S.A.
For contributions to algorithms in computational electromagnetics
Dr. Charles SullivanThayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth, U.S.A.
For contributions to the design of power electronic circuits and magnetics
Dr. Migaku TakahashiTohoku University, Japan
For contributions to thin film technology for high-density recording media and heads
Dr. Jeffrey ChildressHGST
For contributions to nanostructured materials and their applications in magnetic recording
Dr. Dan M. IonelRegal Beliot CorporationFor contributions to the analysis, design and manufacturing of high efficiency electric machines
Dr. Kanan KrishnanUniversity of WashingtonFor contributions to nano-magnetic technology in medicine
Dr. David LarbalestierFlorida State UniversityFor contributions to development of super-conducting materials leading to high field magnetics
Dr. Caroline RossMITFor contributions to synthesis and charac-terization of nanoscale structures and films for magnetic and magneto-optical devices
Dr. Thomas WeilandTechnische Universitt Darmstadt, Germany
For development of the finite integration technique andimpact of the associated software on electromagnetic engineering
Dr. Donald GardnerIntel Corporation, USAFor contributions to integrated circuit interconnects andintegrated inductor technology
Dr. Eric FullertonUniversity of California, San Diego, USAFor contributions to the synthesis and characterizationof magnetic exchange coupled films, superlattices and recording media
Dr. Andrei SlavinOakland University, USAFor contributions to magnetic excitations andmagnetization dynamics induced by spin transfer
Dr. Reinhard LerchUniversity Erlangen-Nuremberg, GermanyFor contributions to ultrasonic transducer technology andcomputer modeling of sensors and actuators
Dr. Chunting (Chris) MiUniversity of Michigan-Dearborn, USAFor contributions to hybrid electric vehiclemodeling and power control
Dr. David DavidsonStellenbosch University, South AfricaFor contributions to computational electromagnetics
Dr. Amr AdlyCairo UniversityFor contributions to multi-component magnetic hysteresis models
Dr. Ching-Ray ChangNational Taiwan UniversityFor contributions to micromagnetic calculations and computationalapproaches in spin transport
Dr. John ChapmanUniversity of GlasgowFor contributions to measurement of magnetization processes in thinfilms and nanostructures
Dr. Horia ChiriacRomanian National Institute of Research and DevelopmentFor contributions to technology of amorphous glass-coated magneticmicrowires and nanowires
Dr. Bernard DienySPINTECFor contributions to the development of nanomagnetism andspin-electronic devices, including spin valves
Dr. John MorelandNational Instititue of Standards and TechnologyFor contributions to magnetic applications of scanning probe microscopyand microsystem technologies
Dr. Tuviah SchlesingerCarnegie Mellon UniversityFor contributions to electro-optic devices and heat-assisted magneticrecording
Dr. Burkhard HillebrandsU. Kaiserslautern
For contributions to the understanding of magnetic excitations, including linear and non-linear spin waves
Dr. Lon MontgomerySiemens Ag
For contributions to the design of large synchronous generators
Dr. Kevin O'GradyU. York
For contributions to magnetic measurement techniques applied to information storage systems
Dr. John SnyderU. Cardiff
For contributions to synthesis and characterization of magnetic bulk and thin films
Dr. Jan SykulskiU. Southampton
For contributions to methods and applications of computational electromagnetics
Dr. Shan WangStanford University
For contributions to magnetic materials and devices
Dr. Roy ChantrellUniversity of YorkFor contributions to nanoscale magnetism and to the development ofcomputational models of finite temperature magnetization dynamics
Dr. Vincent HarrisNortheastern UniversityFor contributions to the science and engineering of microwave magneticmaterials
Dr. Jinliang HeTsinghua UniversityFor contribution to lightning protection and grounding of powertransmission systems
Dr. Thomas Howell San Jose State UniversityFor contributions to signal processing for digital magnetic recording
Dr. Hiroaki MuraokaTohoku UniversityFor contributions to perpendicular magnetic recording and to recording heads and media
Dr. Lalita UdpaMichigan State UniversityFor contributions to development of forward and inverse electromagnetic nondestructive evaluation methodologies
Dr. John WikswoVanderbilt UniversityFor contributions to understanding electromagnetic effects on materials and biological tissues
Dr. Jian-Gang Zhu Carnegie Mellon University
For contributions to micromagnetic simulation in the field of magneticdata storage
Dr. Akiro Chiba Tokyo University of Science "For contributions to bearingless AC motor drives"
Dr. Michael MallarySeagateFor contributions to recording devices
Dr. Daniel RugarFor contributions to magnetic and magnetic resonace force microscopy
Dr. Robert ShullFor contributions to nanocomposites, superconductors, and magnetocaloricmaterials
Prof. Charles FalcoUniversity of ArizonaTucson, Arizona,USA
For contributions to characterization of magnetic and optical films.
Dr. Frank TalkeUniversity of California, San DiegoLa Jolla, CA,USA
For contributions to magnetic recording disk and tape drives.
Mr. Edgar WilliamsRetired - ReadRite CorporationPalo Alto, CA,USA
For leadership in the magnetic recording industry.
“For contributions to magnetic head-media interfaces and tribology”