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Description

To recognize meritorious achievement in the field of Ferroelectricity or related sciences.

Prize

$2,000 and Plaque

Funding

Funded by the IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control Society.

Presentation

At the International Symposium on the Applications of Ferroelectrics (ISAF). May be presented at other IEEE sponsored Ferroelectrics-related Symposia in those years ISAF is not held.

Historical Background

First presented in 1983

Basis for Judging

Publications in technical journals, contributions to the field of Ferroelectricity.

Eligibility

Must be an IEEE UFFC member upon conferring of the award.

Technical Area
Ferroelectrics
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For his outstanding contributions to fundamental theoretical and experimental studies of ferroelectrics, relaxor ferroelectrics and multiferroics.

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For his varied and enduring translations of fundamental materials phenomena into practical use.

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For his enduring work on multi-scale engineering of high permittivity and/or high strain materials.

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For fundamental and applied studies of nanoscale physical phenomena using scanning probe microscopy.

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For his significant contributions to the research and development of lead-free piezoelectric ceramics and promotion of international collaboration.

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For his substantial contributions to an understanding of ferroelectrics at the nano scale.

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For his substantial contributions to the developments of relaxor-based piezocrystals and PZT single crystals, his seminal work on the understanding of relaxor ferroelectric properties.

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For long-lasting contributions to the science and engineering of dielectrics

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For his contributions in electrostrictive ceramics, multilayer piezoelectric actuators, high electromechanical relaxor single crystals, magnetoelectric devices, and piezoelectric loss characterization methodology.

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For his contribution in the pyroelectric materials and devices, microwave dielectrics and phenomenological modeling applied to Barium Titanate, Relaxors, Piezoelectric Single Crystals and PZT.

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For his work on structure and property of dielectric and ferroelectric oxides leading to improved performance and devices and for his outstanding service to the international ferroelectric community.

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For his work on structure and property of dielectric and ferroelectric oxides leading to improved performance and devices and for his outstanding service to the international ferroelectric community.

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For her significant contributions to the processing science and technology of ferroelectric powders, bulk ceramics, thin and thick films.

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For his significant contributions to the understanding of relations between crystal instabilities, anisotropy and enhancement of electromechanical properties in piezoelectric ceramics and crystals.

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For her significant contributions to dielectric and piezoelectric thin films, electronic ceramics, and her pioneering research in understanding the role of domain mobility and stress effects in ferroelectrics.

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For his significant contributions in Lead-free piezoelectrics and his personal support of the international ferroelectrics community.

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For his lasting contributions to the national and international materials community in processing and property engineering of electroceramics.

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For significant contributions to the field of ferroelectric thin layers, sol-gel processing and science.

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For significant contributions to the fundamental understanding and the application of ferroelectric ceramics.

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For excellence in the growth and characterization of piezoelectric single crystals.

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For outstanding research and development of ceramic dielectrics for use with base metals and for technological innovation in multilayer ceramic capacitors.

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For technical innovation in the ferroelectric field, educational leadership in electronic ceramics in China, and outstanding service to the ferroelectric community both domestically and internationally.

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For his work on defect chemistry in perovskites leading to improved performance and devices and for his leadership within the international ferroelectric community.

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For technical accomplishments in the field of ferroelectric materials and piezoelectric composites and for his leadership within the society which has resulted in an increasingly international and integrated ferroelectric community.

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For major contributions to the understanding of piezoelectric ceramic/polymer composites and effective continuing advocacy of ferroelectric programs.

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For outstanding contributions to the understanding of Domain Phenomena in Ferroelectric Crystals.

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For creative and innovative research on ferroelectric and eletro-optic phenomena in ceramic materials and devices.

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For his outstanding contributions to the scientific understanding and technological application of ferroelectric materials.