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Lewis Terman 院士

Lewis Terman 院士

Dr. Lewis Terman is an iconic individual at IBM. He began pioneering research into semiconductor memory in 1964, leading to the development of IBM's first MOS memory. He invented the method of using C-V curves to measure oxide interface traps, which became a classic development in the semiconductor field. Dr. Terman has made countless distinguished contributions in semiconductors and electronics technology over the years at IBM, and his work has been widely recognized. He is a member of the US National Academy of Engineering, and is an AAAS Fellow and IEEE Fellow. Dr. Terman was elected the 2008 IEEE President, leading the world's largest and most authoritative technical professional association. Dr. Terman, since the 1980s, has been promoting the Taiwan Very-Large-Scale Integration Technology, Systems and Applications(VLSI-TSA)conference, encouraging interaction between Taiwan and the world in the area of semiconductors. His participation in this conference has spanned nearly two decades, and he is credited with helping enable the VLSI-TSA to become one of the most important IC technology conferences in the world. Through his efforts in this regard, he has made an outstanding contribution to Taiwan's semiconductor industry.

學經歷

  • 2008 IEEE President
  • 2004~2005 IEEE Division 1 Director
  • 2003~2006 IBM Associate Director, Systems Department, IBM Research Division
  • 2001~2003 President, IBM Academy of Technology
  • 2001 IEEE Vice President of Technical Activities
  • 1998~1999 IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society President
  • 1990~1991 IEEE Electron Devices Society President
  • 1963~2001 Manager/Senior Member/Project Manager, IBM Research Division
  • 1961~1963 Research Staff Member, IBM Research Division
  • 1961 Ph.D. in EE, Stanford University
  • 1958 M.S. in EE, Stanford University
  • 1956 B.S. in Physics, Stanford University
  • 1996 US National Academy of Engineering
  • 1995 IEEE Solid-State Circuits Technical Field Award
  • 1995 IEEE Electron Devices Society Distinguished Service Award
  • 1994 Named IBM Research Master Inventor
  • 1993 Contributions to the success of the Taiwan VLSI-TSA Conference
  • 1991 IBM 10th Invention Plateau Award
  • 1991 Elected to IBM Academy of Technology
  • 1988 IBM Outstanding Innovation Award
  • 1987 IBM General Technology Division Outstanding Paper Award
  • 1981 American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellow
  • 1976 IBM Corporate Awards (2 times)
  • 1990 IBM Corporate Awards
  • 1975 IEEE Fellow
  • 1973, 1976 IBM Supplemental Award
  • 1971, 1974, 1976, 1988 IBM Outstanding Invention Award
  • 1968 IBM Outstanding Contribution Award


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