IEEE Fellow

As it stands today, the IEEE Grade of Fellow is conferred by the Board of Directors upon a person with an extraordinary record of accomplishments in any of the IEEE fields of interest. The total number selected in any one year does not exceed one-tenth of one percent of the total voting Institute membership. Each new Fellow receives a beautifully matted and framed certificate with the name of the Fellow and a brief citation describing the accomplishment, a congratulatory letter from the incoming IEEE president and a gold sterling silver Fellow lapel pin with an antique finish. 

Please note: The list below includes "IEEE Fellows" elevated by the Council on Electronic Design Automation. The Council acknowledges that there are additional members of our community that have been elevated by other organizational units of the IEEE.

Nomination Details:

The nomination cycle for the next years' class of Fellows opens 1 September two years prior. For example, the class of 2020 nomination cycle opened 1 September 2018.

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Information on the IEEE Fellows Program to help nominators prepare their submissions.


Gang Qu

For contributions to hardware intellectual property protection and security

Mehdi Tahoori

For contributions to resilient nanoscale integrated circuits

Dmitri Maslov

For contributions to quantum circuit synthesis and optimization, and compiling for quantum computers

Yung-Hsiang Lu

For contributions to energy efficiency of computer systems

Maciej Ciesielski

For contributions to logic synthesis and formal verification of arithmetic circuits

Partha Pratim Pande

For contributions to network-on-chip architectures for manycore computing

Hiroto Yasuura

For contributions to energy-efficiency and dependability of Very
Large Scale Integration designs

Hai (Helen) Li

For contributions to neuromorphic computing systems

Farinaz Koushanfar

For contributions to hardware and embedded systems security and to privacy-preserving computing

Antun Domic

For technical leadership in the integrated circuits design