Prof. Baum Awarded Prestigious Electromagnetics Award

January 25, 2007

IEEE has announced that ECE Distinguished Research Professor Carl E. Baum has received its 2007 Technical Field Award in Electromagnetics for his "contributions to fundamental principles and techniques in electromagnetics."

IEEE's Electromagnetics Award is presented to an individual for outstanding contributions to electromagnetics in theory, application or education. Established by the IEEE board in 1996, it is sponsored by four of IEEE's societies: Antennas & Propagation, Electromagnetic Compatibility, Microwave Theory & Techniques, and Geoscience & Remote Sensing. IEEE has the option of presenting this award annually, and it consists of a bronze medal, certificate and honorarium.