Award/Recognition Menu

Description

To recognize an individual, nominated not more than 5 years after completion of his or her PhD, and who has already shown outstanding scientific or technical achievements which have been significantly beyond the average performance of a person at that career level.

Prize

A single annual award of $1,500 to a single recipient, plus up to $500 for travel to the award ceremony, and life membership in the IEEE Magnetics Society.

Funding

Funded by the IEEE Magnetics Society through an existing endowment administered by the IEEE Foundation which should be sufficient to fund in perpetuity. If these funds are not sufficient, the IEEE Magnetics Society will directly fund the difference.

Presentation

At the INTERMAG conference during the Plenary Session in the year following the selection of the awardee.

Historical Background

Established in 2016

Basis for Judging

Evaluation of the candidates regarding their service contributions pertinent to the Award. The committee discusses each candidate whether the contribution is significant and merits consideration for the award.

Eligibility

Members of the IEEE Magnetics Society are eligible

Nomination Deadline
July 31

2022

Recipient(s)
Citation

For contributions to exploring spin-orbit torque devices with quantum materials and systems.

2021

Recipient(s)
Citation

For contributions to the theory and practice of using low barrier nanomagnets for probabilistic computing.

2020

Recipient(s)
Citation

For contributions to implementation of von Neumann and neuromorphic magnetic computing prototypes using spins in twodimensional systems.

2019

Recipient(s)
Citation

For contributions to the femtosecond coherent manipulation of high-energy short-wavelength magnons in antiferromagnets and for the ultrafast activation of magnetoelectricity

2018

Recipient(s)
Citation

For contribution to tailoring interfacial
interactions to generate and manipulate room
temperature topological spin structures

2017

Recipient(s)
Citation

For contributions to exploring spin-orbit coupling phenomena with
antiferromagnets, magnetic insulators, two-dimensional systems, and
topologically non-trivial spin textures