List of members of the National Academy of Engineering (Electronics)

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This list is a subsection of the List of members of the National Academy of Engineering, which includes over 2,000 current members of the United States National Academy of Engineering, each of whom is affiliated with one of 12 disciplinary sections. Each person's name, primary institution, and election year are given. This list does not include deceased members.

Electronics Engineering

NameInstitutionYear Elected
Mehdi Hatamian Broadcom Limited 2016
Harry Leslie Van Trees George Mason University 2015
Stephen P. Boyd Stanford University 2014
Weng Cho Chew [1] University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 2013
James J. Coleman University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 2012
Supriyo Datta Purdue University 2012
William P. Delaney Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2012
Alan H. Gnauck Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent 2012
Nambirajan Seshadri Broadcom Corporation 2012
Roger H. Stolen Clemson University 2012
David D. Awschalom University of California, Santa Barbara 2011
James S. Harris Stanford University 2011
Min H. Kao Garmin, Ltd. 2011
Asad M. Madni BEI Technologies, Inc. 2011
Thomas J. Richardson Qualcomm Incorporated 2011
Terrence J. Sejnowski Salk Institute for Biological Studies 2011
Martin Cooper Dyna, LLC 2010
C. Randy Giles Bell Labs Seoul Ltd., Alcatel-Lucent 2010
David A. B. Miller Stanford University 2010
Gregory H. Olsen GHO Ventures, LLC 2010
Thomas W. Parks Cornell University 2010
Mark R. Pinto Applied Materials, Inc. 2010
Alan S. Willsky [2] [3] [4] [5] Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2010
Gerard J. Foschini Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent 2009
Barrie Gilbert Analog Devices, Inc. 2009
Kanti Jain University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 2009
Mark S. Lundstrom Purdue University 2009
Umesh K. Mishra University of California, Santa Barbara 2009
Robert A. Scholtz University of Southern California 2009
Richard M. Swanson SunPower Corporation 2009
Robert W. Tkach Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent 2009
Pallab K. Bhattacharya University of Michigan 2008
Mau-Chung Frank Chang University of California, Los Angeles 2008
Burn-Jeng Lin Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company 2008
David G. Luenberger Stanford University 2008
Yahya Rahmat-Samii University of California, Los Angeles 2008
Paul H. Siegel University of California, San Diego 2008
Andrew M. Weiner Purdue University 2008
Asad A. Abidi University of California, Los Angeles 2007
Nicolaos G. Alexopoulos Broadcom Corporation 2007
Peter M. Asbeck University of California, San Diego 2007
Stephen Y. Chou Princeton University 2007
Harold G. Craighead Cornell University 2007
Robert M. Gray Stanford University 2007
Larry J. Hornbeck Texas Instruments Incorporated 2007
Kees Schouhamer Immink Turing Machines Inc.2007
Panganamala R. Kumar Texas A&M University 2007
Walter J. (Jerry) Sanders, III Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. 2007
James J. Truchard National Instruments Inc. 2007
John N. Tsitsiklis Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2007
Sergio Verdu Princeton University 2007
Ilesanmi Adesida University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 2006
Dimitri A. Antoniadis Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2006
Toby Berger University of Virginia 2006
David J. Goodman Polytechnic Institute of NYU 2006
Linda P.B. Katehi University of California, Davis 2006
Pradeep K. Khosla Carnegie Mellon University 2006
Thomas L. Koch Lehigh University 2006
Roberto Padovani Qualcomm Incorporated 2006
Arogyaswami J. Paulraj Stanford University 2006
Ching Wan Tang University of Rochester 2006
Mark T. Bohr Intel Corporation 2005
John E. Bowers University of California, Santa Barbara 2005
A. Robert Calderbank Princeton University 2005
Per K. Enge Stanford University 2005
Richard D. Gitlin University of South Florida 2005
Roger T. Howe Stanford University 2005
Marc Levenson International Business Machines Corporation 2005
David E. Borth Motorola, Inc. 2004
Young-Kai Chen Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent 2004
Sunlin Chou Intel Corporation 2004
Larry A. Coldren University of California, Santa Barbara 2004
Paul D. Dapkus University of Southern California 2004
Biing-Hwang (Fred) Juang Georgia Institute of Technology 2004
David A. Markle Independent Consultant 2004
Daniel C. Tsui Princeton University 2004
Rod C. Alferness University of California, Santa Barbara 2003
Thomas J. Engibous Texas Instruments Incorporated 2003
Stephen R. Forrest University of Michigan 2003
Robert Q. Fugate New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology 2003
Tatsuo Itoh University of California, Los Angeles 2003
Charles V. Jakowatz, Jr. Sandia National Laboratories 2003
Victor B. Lawrence Stevens Institute of Technology 2003
Tso-Ping Ma Yale University 2003
Alfred U. MacRae MacRae Technologies 2003
Debasis Mitra Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent 2003
Sanjit K. Mitra University of Southern California 2003
Shuji Nakamura University of California, Santa Barbara 2003
Henry Samueli Broadcom Corporation 2003
Stephen D. Senturia Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2003
Eli Yablonovitch University of California, Berkeley 2003
Joe C. Campbell University of Virginia 2002
Morris Chang Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company 2002
Andrew R. Chraplyvy Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent 2002
Robert E. Fontana, Jr. International Business Machines Corporation 2002
Alan J. Heeger University of California, Santa Barbara 2002
Martin E. Hellman Stanford University 2002
Evelyn L. Hu Harvard University 2002
Bede Liu Princeton University 2002
Bernard S. Meyerson International Business Machines Corporation 2002
A. Stephen Morse Yale University 2002
Gerard A. Mourou École Polytechnique 2002
Cherry A. Murray Harvard University 2002
Arye Rosen Drexel University 2002
Dimitri P. Bertsekas Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2001
John M. Cioffi Stanford University 2001
James G. Fujimoto Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2001
Karl Hess University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 2001
Thomas S. Huang University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 2001
Shirley Ann Jackson Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 2001
Barry C. Johnson Villanova University 2001
Kurt E. Petersen SiTime 2001
H. Vincent Poor Princeton University 2001
Dwight C. Streit University of California, Los Angeles 2001
Marvin H. White Lehigh University 2001
Tamer Başar University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 2000
Michael Ettenberg Dolce Technologies 2000
Delores M. Etter Southern Methodist University 2000
Shung-Wu Lee University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 2000
Frederick J. Leonberger EOvation Advisors LLC 2000
Noel C. MacDonald University of California, Santa Barbara 2000
Peter F. Moulton Q-Peak Incorporated 2000
Marwan A. Simaan University of Central Florida 2000
Jerome Swartz Swartz Foundation 2000
Robert W. Bower University of California, Davis 1999
Bruce Hajek University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1999
Nicky C. Lu Etron Technology, Inc. 1999
Marshall I. Nathan University of Minnesota 1999
Freeman D. Shepherd U.S. Department of the Air Force 1999
Charles R. Trimble U.S. Global Positioning System Industry Council 1999
Pravin P. Varaiya University of California, Berkeley 1999
John H. Bruning Corning Tropel Corporation 1998
Robert J. McEliece California Institute of Technology 1998
Steven B. Sample University of Southern California 1998
Jack M. Sipress Sipress Associates 1998
Neil J. A. Sloane AT&T Labs Research 1998
James J. Spilker, Jr. Stanford University 1998
Charles H. Townes University of California, Berkeley 1998
H. Kumar Wickramasinghe University of California, Irvine 1998
Kensall D. Wise University of Michigan 1998
David K. Barton Independent Consultant 1997
Pallab K. Chatterjee Symphony Technology Group 1997
Richard H. Frenkiel Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 1997
Chenming Hu University of California, Berkeley 1997
Herbert Kroemer University of California, Santa Barbara 1997
William C. Lindsey University of Southern California 1997
James J. Mikulski Motorola, Inc. 1997
Jim K. Omura San Francisco, CA1997
R. Fabian W. Pease Stanford University 1997
Donald R. Scifres SDL Ventures, LLC 1997
Theodore Van Duzer University of California, Berkeley 1997
James E. Carnes Sarnoff Corporation 1996
Joel S. Engel JSE Consulting 1996
Akira Ishimaru [6] [7] University of Washington 1996
Nikil S. Jayant Georgia Institute of Technology 1996
Petar V. Kokotovic University of California, Santa Barbara 1996
C. Denis Mee Independent Consultant 1996
Louis C. Parrillo Parrillo Consulting, LLC 1996
James D. Plummer Stanford University 1996
Lewis M. Terman International Business Machines Corporation 1996
Gary L. Tooker Motorola, Inc. 1996
Jack L. Walker Independent Consultant 1996
Federico Capasso Harvard University 1995
Thomas M. Cover Stanford University 1995
Nicholas M. Donofrio International Business Machines Corporation 1995
Andrew R. Neureuther University of California, Berkeley 1995
Gerald F. Ross Geospatial Systems, Inc. 1995
John M. Rowell Arizona State University 1995
Jesse E. Russell incNetworks, Inc. 1995
Simon M. Sze National Chiao Tung University 1995
Bernard Widrow Stanford University 1995
Donald C. Cox Stanford University 1994
Magnus G. Craford LumiLeds Lighting 1994
Elmer G. Gilbert University of Michigan 1994
George I. Haddad University of Michigan 1994
Mark H. Kryder Carnegie Mellon University 1994
Paul Penfield, Jr. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1994
Robert A. Pucel RCP Consultants 1994
Ronald W. Schafer Hewlett-Packard Laboratories 1994
Ronald V. Schmidt Independent Consultant 1994
Joel S. Spira Lutron Electronics Company, Inc. 1994
Gunter Stein Honeywell Inc. 1994
Robert Stratton Texas Instruments Incorporated 1994
Richard M. White University of California, Berkeley 1994
B. Jayant Baliga North Carolina State University 1993
Robert K. Brayton University of California, Berkeley 1993
Charles B. Duke Wilson Center for Research & Technology 1993
Donald B. Keck Corning Incorporated 1993
Linn F. Mollenauer Lucent Technologies 1993
Tak H. Ning IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center 1993
Irene C. Peden University of Washington 1993
Thomas G. Giallorenzi Naval Research Laboratory 1992
Robert C. Hansen R.C. Hansen Inc. 1992
Karl E. Martersteck AT&T Bell Laboratories 1992
Richard S. Muller University of California, Berkeley 1992
Venkatesh Narayanamurti Harvard University 1992
Stewart D. Personick New Jersey Institute of Technology 1992
Mischa Schwartz Columbia University 1992
Arnold H. Silver TRW Inc. 1992
Raymond S. Stata Analog Devices, Inc. 1992
James R. Biard Finisar - Advanced Optical Components Division 1991
Roger W. Brockett Harvard University 1991
Seymour B. Cohn S.B. Cohn Associates 1991
Dale L. Critchlow International Business Machines Corporation 1991
Robert W. Dutton Stanford University 1991
Bernard M. Gordon NeuroLogica Corporation 1991
Rudolf E. Kalman ETH Zurich 1991
James L. Massey ETH Zurich 1991
James C. McGroddy International Business Machines Corporation 1991
Arthur A. Oliner New York University 1991
Hermann Statz Independent Consultant 1991
John A. Young Hewlett-Packard Company 1991
Richard E. Blahut [8] University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1990
Robert D. Burnham Phoenix Photonix Inc. 1990
Robert E. Collin Case Western Reserve University 1990
Frederick H. Dill Hitachi Global Storage Technologies 1990
Irwin Dorros Dorros Associates 1990
Alan B. Fowler Pittsburgh, PA1990
Judson C. French National Institute of Standards and Technology 1990
Paul R. Gray University of California, Berkeley 1990
Charles K. Kao The Chinese University of Hong Kong 1990
Robert H. Kingston Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1990
Dennis J. Picard Raytheon Company 1990
David H. Auston University of California, Santa Barbara 1989
Stephen W. Director Northeastern University 1989
Russell D. Dupuis Georgia Institute of Technology 1989
Frank F. Fang IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center 1989
Elsa M. Garmire Dartmouth College 1989
John C. McDonald MBX Inc. 1989
Robert H. Rediker Cynosure Inc. 1989
Ronald A. Rohrer Alto Technologies, Inc. 1989
Henry I. Smith Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1989
Jerry M. Woodall Purdue University 1989
Frederick T. Andrews Telcordia Technologies, Inc. 1988
Robert W. Brodersen University of California, Berkeley 1988
Dean E. Eastman The University of Chicago 1988
Robert S. Elliott University of California, Los Angeles 1988
James U. Lemke Achates Power, Inc. 1988
Albert Macovski Stanford University 1988
Bill B. May ARGOSystems, Inc. 1988
Sanjoy K. Mitter Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1988
Leonard M. Silverman University of Southern California 1988
William J. Spencer SEMATECH 1988
David A. Thompson IBM Almaden Research Center 1988
Irwin Welber Sandia National Laboratories 1988
Amar G. Bose Bose Corporation 1987
Robert L. Byer Stanford University 1987
Joseph W. Goodman Stanford University 1987
Donald L. Hammond Hewlett-Packard Company 1987
Yu-Chi Ho Harvard University 1987
Martin P. Lepselter BTL Fellows Inc. 1987
Albert Narath Lockheed Martin Corporation 1987
Alan V. Oppenheim Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1987
Ben G. Streetman The University of Texas 1987
Janusz S. Wilczynski WILC Instruments, LLP 1987
Eugene Wong University of California, Berkeley 1987
Lester F. Eastman Cornell University 1986
Angel G. Jordan Carnegie Mellon University 1986
William G. Oldham University of California, Berkeley 1986
Morton B. Panish AT&T Bell Laboratories 1986
Jacques I. Pankove Princeton, NJ1986
Chih-Tang Sah CTSAH Associates 1986
Merrill I. Skolnik Naval Research Laboratory 1986
Chung L. Tang Cornell University 1986
Klaus D. Bowers AT&T Bell Laboratories 1985
Alfred Y. Cho Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent 1985
Charles A. Fowler C.A. Fowler Associates 1985
James P. Gordon Lucent Technologies 1985
Hermann K. Gummel Independent Consultant 1985
William G. Howard, Jr. Independent Consultant 1985
Erich P. Ippen Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1985
George L. Turin University of California, Berkeley 1985
Arthur Ashkin Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent 1984
Nicolaas Bloembergen University of Arizona 1984
Robert H. Dennard IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center 1984
John V. Evans COMSAT Corporation 1984
Thomas Kailath Stanford University 1984
Ivan Paul Kaminow University of California, Berkeley 1984
Carver A. Mead California Institute of Technology 1984
G. David Forney, Jr. Motorola, Inc. 1983
David A. Hodges University of California, Berkeley 1983
Joseph C. Logue IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center 1983
Alan L. McWhorter Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1983
Charles V. Shank Howard Hughes Medical Institute 1983
George E. Smith AT&T Bell Laboratories 1983
Fred Sterzer MMTC, Inc. 1983
Irwin M. Jacobs Qualcomm Incorporated 1982
John Brooks Slaughter University of Southern California 1982
Dante C. Youla Polytechnic Institute of NYU 1982
Paul E. Green, Jr. Tellabs, Inc. 1981
Irwin W. Sandberg The University of Texas 1981
Esther M. Conwell University of Rochester 1980
Jose B. Cruz, Jr. The Ohio State University 1980
Henry Kressel Warburg Pincus, LLC 1980
Harry W. Mergler Case Western Reserve University 1980
Victor H. Rumsey University of California, San Diego 1980
Jacob W. Schaefer AT&T Bell Laboratories 1980
Robert G. Gallager Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1979
Eugene I. Gordon Germgard Lighting LLC 1979
Andrew S. Grove Intel Corporation 1979
George H. Heilmeier Telcordia Technologies, Inc. 1979
John S. Mayo Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent 1979
Richard B. Neal Stanford University 1979
Elias Snitzer Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 1979
Lloyd R. Welch University of Southern California 1979
Von R. Eshleman Stanford University 1978
Thomas E. Everhart California Institute of Technology 1978
James L. Flanagan Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 1978
Robert W. Lucky Telcordia Technologies, Inc. 1978
Nathan Marcuvitz Independent Consultant1978
James D. Meindl Georgia Institute of Technology 1978
Walter E. Morrow, Jr. MIT Lincoln Laboratory 1978
C. Kumar N. Patel Pranalytica, Inc. 1978
Lawrence G. Roberts Anagran Inc. 1978
Roland W. Schmitt Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1978
George W. Swenson, Jr. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1978
Andrew J. Viterbi Viterbi Group, LLC 1978
Aldert van der Ziel University of Minnesota 1978
William B. Bridges California Institute of Technology 1977
Leopold B. Felsen Boston University 1977
Robert N. Hall General Electric Company 1977
Stephen E. Harris Stanford University 1977
Robert W. Hellwarth University of Southern California 1977
D. Brainerd Holmes Raytheon Company 1977
James R. Wait University of Arizona 1977
Anthony J. DeMaria Coherent - DEOS, LLC 1976
Joseph Feinstein Stanford University 1976
Solomon W. Golomb University of Southern California 1976
William C. Hittinger Independent Consultant 1976
Gordon S. Kino Stanford University 1976
Enrique A. Marcatili AT&T Bell Laboratories 1976
Gordon E. Moore Intel Corporation 1976
William M. Webster RCA Corporation 1976
Amnon Yariv California Institute of Technology 1976
Andrew H. Bobeck AT&T Bell Laboratories 1975
Paul E. Gray Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1975
Ernest S. Kuh University of California, Berkeley 1975
Ping King Tien Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent 1975
J. Fred Bucy Independent Consultant 1974
Mildred S. Dresselhaus Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1974
James F. Gibbons Stanford University 1974
John C. Hancock Independent Consultant 1974
Nick Holonyak, Jr. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1973
H. Richard Johnson Watkins-Johnson Company 1973
Ian M. Ross AT&T Bell Laboratories 1973
Morris Tanenbaum AT&T Corporation 1972
Sidney A. Bowhill University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1971
Malcolm R. Currie Hughes Aircraft Company 1971
Roy W. Gould California Institute of Technology 1971
J. Ross Macdonald University of North Carolina 1970
William J. Perry Stanford University 1970
Calvin F. Quate Stanford University 1970
Brockway McMillan AT&T Bell Laboratories 1969
Edward J. Barlow Varian Associates, Inc. 1968
Jerrier A. Haddad International Business Machines Corporation 1968
Dean A. Watkins Watkins-Johnson Company 1968

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  1. Weng Cho Chew was elected in 2013 as a member of National Academy of Engineering in Electronics, Communication & Information Systems Engineering for contributions to large-scale computational electromagnetics of complex structures.
  2. Alan S. Willsky, Edwin Sibley Webster Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (retired) at M.I.T.
  3. Alan S. Willsky, Edwin Sibley Webster Retired Professor of Electrical Engineering at M.I.T.
  4. Biography of Alan S. Willsky.
  5. Alan S. Willsky was elected in 2010 as a member of National Academy of Engineering in Electronics, Communication & Information Systems Engineering for contributions to model-based signal processing and statistical inference.
  6. Akira Ishimaru, Professor Emeritus of Electromagnetics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195
  7. Akira Ishimaru was elected in 1996 as a member of National Academy of Engineering in Electronics, Communication & Information Systems Engineering for contributions to the theory and application of wave propagation and scattering in random media.
  8. Richard E. Blahut was elected in 1990 as a member of National Academy of Engineering in Electronics, Communication & Information Systems Engineering and Computer Science & Engineering for pioneering work in coherent emitter signal processing and for contributions to information theory and error control codes.