Claude E. Shannon Award Selection Committee

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Claude E. Shannon Award Selection Committee

The Claude E. Shannon Award Committee shall consist of the President (who shall serve as Chair), the 1st Vice-President, the 2nd Vice-President, and four other members appointed by the Nominations and Appointments Committee before January 15th. At least three of the appointed members shall be former Claude E. Shannon Award winners, and at least one of the appointed members shall be the current, or a former, Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Information Theory or the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Information Theory. Typically the appointed members of the Committee will serve for two years, in staggered terms.

The Committee is charged with deciding whether to name a Claude E. Shannon Award winner for the following year and with selecting a winner.

2004 Members
Hideki Imai
Ex-officio and Chair (01/01/04 until 12/31/04)
Member (01/01/04 until 12/31/04)

Imai Laboratory, Third Department
Institute of Industrial Science
University of Tokyo

Toby Berger
Member (01/01/04 until 12/31/04)

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Virginia

Thomas M. Cover, (1938-2012)
Member (01/01/04 until 12/31/04)

Electrical Engineering Dept.
Stanford University
350 Serra Mall, #254
Stanford, CA 94305-9510

Solomon Golomb, (1932-2016)
Member (01/01/04 until 12/31/04)

University Professor 

Andrew and Erna Viterbi Professor of Communications

Electrical Engineering and Mathematics Departments

University of Southern California

Steven W. McLaughlin
Member (01/01/04 until 12/31/04)

Chair, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Georgia Institute of Technology

Paul H. Siegel
Member (01/01/04 until 12/31/04)

University of California, San Diego
Center for Memory and Recording Research (CMRR)
CMRR, 0401
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA  92093-0401
Phone: (858) 534-6210
Fax: (858) 534-8059

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