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IEEE 2018 Radar Conference Awards Ceremony

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The AESS Awards Ceremony was held on April 25 at the IEEE Radar Conference in Oklahoma City, OK, USA. Below is a recap pictorial of all the awards given.

Shannon Blunt presenting Luke Rosenberg with the 2018 Fred Nathanson Memorial Radar Award. Photo by David Starchman. 
2018 Fred Nathanson Memorial Radar Award Recipient, Luke Rosenberg with Shannon Blunt and Joe Fabrizio. Photo by David Starchman.
2018 Warren D. White Award for Excellence in Radar Engineering Recipient, David J. Fittz with Joe Fabrizio. Photo by David Startchman.
2017 Robert T. Hill Best Dissertation Award Recipient, Bo Li with Kathleen Kramer and Joe Fabrizio. Photo by David Starchman.
2018 AESS Outstanding Organizational Leadership Award Recipient, Michael L. Picciolo with Alfonso Farina and Joe Fabrizio. Photo by David Starchman.
AESS 2018 Fellows Award Recipient, Brian Rigling with Joe Fabrizio. Photo by David Starchman. 
Joe Fabrizio with 2017 Harry Rowe Mimno Award Recipients Aboulnsar Hassanien, Moeness Amin, and Yimin Zhang. (Not pictured Fauzia Ahmad). Photo by David Starchman.
Joe Fabrizio with 2013 M. Barry Carlton Award Recipients (from left to right) Antonio De Maio, Augusto Aubry, Alfonso Farina, and Michael Wicks. Photo by David Starchman.
Michael Wicks with Luke Rosenberg, Chapter Chair of the South Australian Chapter, and Joe Fabrizio after presenting the AESS 2017 Chapter of the Year Award. Photo by David Starchman.
Joe Fabrizio with Braham Himed, Chair of the Radar Systems Panel, after presenting the 2017 Outstanding Technical Panel of the Year Award to the Radar Systems Panel. Photo by David Starchman.
Mark Davis was recognized at the Awards Banquet as the recipient of the 2018 IEEE Dennis Picard Medal for Radar Technologies and Applications. Mark will receive his award on May 11 at the IEEE Honors Ceremony in San Francisco. 



Field of Interest

“The field of interest shall be the organization, systems engineering, design, development, integration, and operation of complex systems for space, air, ocean, or ground environments. These systems include but are not limited to navigation, avionics, mobile electric power and electronics, radar, sonar, telemetry, military, law-enforcement, automatic test, simulators, and command and control."


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