To recognize exceptional accomplishments and contributions to the field of Magnetics.
$3,000, with an additional travel reimbursement up to a maximum of $500 for recipient to attend awards presentation, Certificate, and Society Life Membership
Funded by the IEEE Magnetics Society through an endowment administered by the IEEE Foundation effective 2010.
At Intermag Conference.
Established in 1981.
Outstanding achievement in magnetics, service to the Society and/or the magnetics community.
Must be member of IEEE Magnetics Society.
For his pioneering contributions to the field of spin dynamics, especially in magnonics.
For fundamental discoveries of spintronic phenomena and their applications in memory and computing technologies.
For groundbreaking and sustained contributions to the invention and development of modern exchange-coupled magnetic recording media and devices.
For pioneering discoveries in magnetic materials, nanostructures, and spin phenomena; for training young researchers; and providing invaluable service to the community.
For contributions to spintronics applications including spin-valves and MRAMs and for strengthening the relationship between magnetics and microelectronic communities.
For contributions to the theory of interacting spin systems and application to the understanding of magnetic recording media and ultrafast magnetization processes.
For predicting the spin-filter effect and the resulting high magnetoresistance of MgO magnetic tunnel junctions, used by the HDD industry to substantially increase storage density.
For contributions to theoretical studies on metallic ferromagnets crucial to data storage, nanotechnology and magnetism, including SWASER, current-induced switching, spin-transfer torque, relaxation, and domain wall resistance.
For contributions to the micromagnetics of materials with high magnetocrystalline anisotropy and their applications in magnetic recording media.
For contributions to the theory and simulation of magnetic materials, particularly magnetic recording media.
For sustained contributions to thin film magnetic recording write head designs; most notably for the invention of the shielded write head structure for perpendicular recording.
For contributions to magnetic devices and storage, including prediction of the spin transfer torque effect in magnetic thin films, theory of magnetotransport and interpretation of magnetic reversal.
For contributions to magnetic storage devices through magnetic modeling.
For seminal contributions to the analysis of electromagnetic fields and nonlinear magnetization dynamics, hysteresis modeling, and service to the IEEE Magnetics Society.