IEEE Fellows


  • Yiran Chen, Duke University, for contributions to spintronic memory
  • Zhuo Li, Cadence Design Systems, Inc., for contribution to physical synthesis and modeling of integrated circuits
  • Hidetoshi Onodera, Kyoto University, for contributions to variation-aware design and analysis of integrated circuits
  • Tajana Rosing, University of California, San Diego, for contributions to power and reliability management of systems-on-chip 
  • Sanjit A. Seshia, University of California, Berkeley, for contributions to formal methods for inductive synthesis and algorithmic verification
  • Mark M. Tehranipoor, University of Florida, for contribution to integrated circuits security and trust
  • Jürgen Teich, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen, for contribution to hardware/software co-design for embedded systems


  • Walden C. Rhines, Mentor Graphics Corporation, for leadership and technology innovation in integrated circuit design and automation 
  • Kiyoung Choi, Seoul National University, for contribution to low-power, real-time, and reconfigurable systems
  • Xin Li, Duke University/Duke Kunshan Univ., for contributions to modeling, analysis, and optimization of variability of integrated circuits and systems 
  • Weiping Shi, Texas A&M University, for contributions to modeling and design of VLSI interconnects 
  • Youngsoo Shin, KAIST, Korea, for contributions to design tools for low power, high-speed VLSI circuits and systems
  • Valeria Bertacco, University of Michigan, for contribution to computer-aided verification and reliable system design
  • Luca Carloni, Columbia University, for contributions to system-on-chip design automation and latency-insensitive design
  • Frank Liu, IBM Research, for contributions to design for manufacturability of VLSI circuits
  • Andrei Vladimirescu, Berkeley Wireless Research Center, for contributions to the development and commercial adoption of SPICE circuit simulation


  • David Atienza, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, for contributions to design methods and tools for multiprocessor systems-on-chip
  • Xiaobo Sharon Hu, University of Notre Dame, for contributions to resource management for embedded systems
  • Jiang Hu, Texas A&M University, for contributions to gate, interconnect, and clock network optimization in VLSI circuits
  • Peng Li, Texas A&M University, for contributions to the analysis and modeling of integrated circuits and systems


  • Jörg Henkel, for contributions to hardware/software codesign of embedded computing systems
  • Steven P. Levitan, for contributions to mixed-technology micro-systems education
  • Diana Marculescu, for contributions to design and optimization of energy-aware computing systems
  • Michael Orshansky, for contributions to VLSI design for manufacturability
  • Yuan Xie, for contributions to design automation and architecture of three-dimensional integrated circuits
  • Jason Baumgartner, for contributions to formal hardware verification and its application


  • Helmut Graeb, for contributions to design centering and structural analysis of analog circuits
  • Zhigang (David) Pan, for contributions to design for manufacturability in integrated circuits
  • Mircea Stan, for contributions to power- and temperature-aware design of VLSI circuits 
    and systems
  • Martin Vlach, for  leadership  in  analog  and  mixed-signal hardware description 
    languages and their simulation tools