The lecture will be presented by a person, who, in the opinion of the Selection Committee has established an international reputation for sustained high quality research work in the ISE research field. The ISE research field is presently defined as comprising the following topics:(a) molecular electrets, especially those involving composite or novel materials, bioelectrets and photoelectrets; (b) thermally stimulated processes, radiation and field effects; (c) injection, transport and trapping of charge, polarization; (d) non-linear optics and electro-optical effects; (e) piezo-, pyro- and ferroelectric phenomena; (f) ferroelectric ceramics and thin films; (g) applications of electrets. In the future the session topics listed for the last and for the next Symposium in the ISE series may be taken as a broad definition of the ISE research field. Thus the lecture will regularly recognize, reward and stimulate high quality research in this important and constantly-evolving research field.
$1,000 and Certificate
The honorarium and cost of the production of the certificate will be covered by the Symposium registration fees until a private endowment is established. The symposium is held every three years.
At the Symposium Dinner. The lecture will be presented immediately following the opening ceremony of each Symposium, commencing with ISE12 in 2005.
ISE is normally held every three years and is sponsored by the IEEE Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation Society and technically co-sponsored by the IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control Society
Sustained high quality research work in the ISE research field.
The only requirement for nomination as the lecturer is that the nominee has established an international reputation for sustained high quality research work in the ISE research field. There is no limitation on the time frame over which this reputation has been established, and there is no requirement for membership of learned/professional societies.
No recipients available.