IEEE AP-S Fellows 2008
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The following are the names and citations of members of the Antennas and Propagation Society who were elected as IEEE Fellows for the year 2008.
Fellows Evaluated by the Antenna & Propagation Society
"For contributions to integral equation based analysis, design, and imaging techniques."
"For contributions to probe array technology."
"For contributions to using computational geometry in electromagnetic analysis."
Zhi Ning Chen
"For contributions to small and broadband antennas for wireless applications."
Peter de Maagt
"For development and application of electromagnetic bandgap materials and terahertz components and systems."
"For leadership in electromagnetics education."
"For contributions to antennas and propagation for mobile devices and mult-antenna wireless communications systems."
"For contributions to computational methods in electromagnetics."
"For contributions to bioelectromagnetics and implantable devices."
"For contributions to finite-element and finite-difference methods in electromagnetics."
"For contributions to artificial electromagnetic media for applications in wireless and optical systems."
"For contributions to electromagnetic wave propagation in complex media."
Fellows Evaluated by Other Societies
"For contributions to intense electromagnetic environments interacting with comples electronic systems"
Ohio State University, USA
"For contributions to ocean surface remote sensing using microwave system"
Duke University, USA
"For contributions to frequency-selective structures in microwave circuits, biology, and medicine"
University of Kiel, Germany
"For contributions to microwave systems and sensors for industrial process control"
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
"For contributions to the detection of buried objects using ground penetrating radar"