IEEE Honors Ceremony
Celebration of Engineering Disciplines

**The 2019 IEEE Medals and Recognition recipients will be announced in December. **
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The Awards presented are an expression of recognition for outstanding contributions to the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical, electronics, communications, environmental and safety technologies, computer science and engineering, engineering education, as well as, the allied branches of engineering and the related arts and sciences and technologies and their application. The presentation of the 2018 awards was made on 11 May at 6:00 pm Pacific Time – the evening festivities at the IEEE Vision, Innovation, and Challenges Summit.

 List of 2018 IEEE Medals and Recognitions Recipients:
IEEE Medal of Honor – Bradford W. Parkinson
IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal – Nambirajan Seshadri
IEEE Edison Medal – Eli Yablonovitch
IEEE Medal for Environmental and Safety Technologies – Jerome Faist and Frank Klaus Tittel
IEEE Founders Medal – N.R. Narayana Murthy
IEEE Richard W. Hamming Medal – Erdal Arikan
IEEE Medal for Innovations in Healthcare Technology – Thomas F. Budinger
IEEE Jack S. Kilby Signal Processing Medal – Bede Liu
IEEE/RSE James Clerk Maxwell Medal – Thomas Bryn Haug and Philippe Raymond Dupuis
IEEE James H. Mulligan, Jr. Education Medal – Delores M. Etter
IEEE Jun-ichi Nishizawa Medal – Joe. C. Campbell
IEEE Robert N. Noyce Medal – Tsugio Makimoto
IEEE Dennis J. Picard Medal for Radar Technolgoies and Applications – Mark Edward Davis
IEEE Medal in Power Engineering – Hirofumi Akagi
IEEE Simon Ramo Medal – Heinz Stoewer
IEEE John von Neumann Medal – Patrick Cousot
IEEE Corporate Innovation Award – Pixar Animation Studios
IEEE Richard M. Emberson Award – Donald Heirman
IEEE Haraden Pratt Award – Loretta J. Arellano
IEEE Honorary Membership – Mihal (Mike) Lazaridis and Anton Zeilinger

The following IEEE Spectrum Magazine Awards will be presented at the 2018 IEEE Honors Ceremony:
IEEE Spectrum Technology in the Service of Society Award: X (Alphabet subsidiary) for Project Loon (high-altitude balloons for providing wireless access)

IEEE Spectrum Emerging Technology Award: ASML, for its Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography system