The Distinguished Service Award to "recognize an individual who has given outstanding service for the benefit of the European microwave community and, in particular , for the advancement of the European Microwave Association".
The Outstanding Career Award to recognize an individual "whose career has exemplified outstanding achievements in the field of Microwaves".
Both awards consist of a bronze medal carrying the name of the award and the name of the recipient.
The EuMA Distinguished Service Award has been conferred successively to Prof. Fred Gardiol in 2004, to Prof. Peter Clarricoats in 2005, to Prof. Tibor Berceli in 2006, to Prof. Erik Kollberg in 2007, to Prof. Leo Ligthart in 2008, to Prof. Peter Russer in 2009 to Prof. Roberto Sorrentino in 2010, to Mr. Holger Meinel in 2011, to Prof. Paul-Alain Rolland in 2012, to Dr. Asher Madjar in 2013, and to Prof. Vito Monaco in 2014.
The EuMA Outstanding Career Award has been conferred to Prof. Hans Hartnagel in 2008, to Prof. Tatsuo Itoh in 2009, to Prof. David Rhodes in 2010, to Dr. Kaneyuki Kurokawa in 2011, to Sir Christopher Snowden in 2012, to Prof Ingo Wolff in 2013, and to Prof. Yakov S. Shifrin in 2014.
All EuMA members are welcome to nominate exceptional individuals within the microwave field for the Distinguished Service Award and the Outstanding Career Award. A nomination should include a short statement describing how this individual is exceptional and the nominee's CV.
Nominations should be submitted to the Awards Committee.
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