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 majority of the list below includes "IEEE Fellows" elevated by the Council on Superconductivity. 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.

Award Recipients

Swarn Kalsi

2013 Recipient of IEEE Fellow
For development and application of high temperature superconductor electric power equipment.

Osama Mohammed

2013 Recipient of IEEE Fellow
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John Spargo

2013 Recipient of IEEE Fellow
For leadership in superconducting electronics and related technologies.

Haran Karmaker

2013 Recipient of IEEE Fellow

Lucio Rossi

2013 Recipient of IEEE Fellow
for leadership in developing magnetic systems for the Large Hadron Collider

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Oleg Mukhanov

2012 Recipient of IEEE Fellow
For leadership in research and development of superconducting digital electronics.

R. Wayne Johnson

2012 Recipient of IEEE Fellow

Daniel Oates

2012 Recipient of IEEE Fellow
For contributions to high-temperature superconductors and applications to RF receiver technology.

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Samuel Benz

2010 Recipient of IEEE Fellow
For contributions to quantum-based Josephson junction array waveform synthesizer.

Donald U. Gubser

2010 Recipient of IEEE Fellow
For contributions to applied superconductivity.