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Description

The IEEE CAS John Choma Education Award honors the individual with exceptional contributions to education in a field within the scope of the CAS Society. Contributions are quantifiable by publication of textbooks, research supervision of both graduate and undergraduate students, short course development, and personal participation in continual education within the field. The award is based on quality, continuity, and originality of contribution, contributions to CAS Society. All CAS Society members are eligible for nomination.

This award was renamed to recognize John Choma who was well-known and respected in CAS Society and community. His passion for the field and for education more than justifies the renaming of this award and CAS is honored to do so in remembrance and honor to him.

Prize

$1,000 and Plaque

Funding

Honoraria funded by accrued interest earned from initial funding endowment provided by NEC and Philips; managed by the IEEE Foundation. If there is insufficient interest in the account to fund the award, the Society will provide the supplemental funding. The plaque is funded by the Society. Award is funded via CAS Award Fund in the IEEE Foundation.

Presentation

Annually, at the ISCAS.

Basis for Judging

General quality and originality of contributions and continuity of effort.

Eligibility

Must be a member of the IEEE CAS Society.

Nomination Details

Previous winners of other CAS society awards are not eligible for the same award.

2021

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for contributions to VLSI signal processing education

2019

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for sustained contributions with global impact on integrated circuits and systems education.

2018

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for his seminal books and his global impact on circuits education.

2017

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for his seminal books and his global impact on circuits education.

2016

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for contributions to education and leadership in digital integrated circuits and computer aided design.

2015

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for contributions to education and leadership in digital integrated circuits and computer aided design.

2013

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for contributions to Electrical Engineering education in Brazil and to the innovative application of modern signal processing techniques to active filter design, instrumentation for nuclear physics, and neural networks.

2012

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In recognition of the singular impact of initiatives in electronic engineering education through key text books and publications in Circuits and Systems and the conception, creation and development of Mahanakorn University of Technology as a prestigious engineering university in Thailand and the rest of Southeast Asia.

2011

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2010

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2021

Recipient(s)
Citation

for contributions to VLSI signal processing education

2019

Recipient(s)
Citation

for sustained contributions with global impact on integrated circuits and systems education.

2018

Recipient(s)
Citation

for his seminal books and his global impact on circuits education.

2017

Recipient(s)
Citation

for his seminal books and his global impact on circuits education.

2016

Recipient(s)
Citation

for contributions to education and leadership in digital integrated circuits and computer aided design.

2015

Recipient(s)
Citation

for contributions to education and leadership in digital integrated circuits and computer aided design.

2013

Recipient(s)
Citation

for contributions to Electrical Engineering education in Brazil and to the innovative application of modern signal processing techniques to active filter design, instrumentation for nuclear physics, and neural networks.

2012

Recipient(s)
Citation

In recognition of the singular impact of initiatives in electronic engineering education through key text books and publications in Circuits and Systems and the conception, creation and development of Mahanakorn University of Technology as a prestigious engineering university in Thailand and the rest of Southeast Asia.

2011

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2010

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