About People in DEIS and Related Industry

In Memory of Siegfried Bauer

In memoriam Siegfried Bauer (Karlsruhe, Germany 15 May 1961 – 30 December 2018 Linz, Austria) Siegfried Bauer, an internationally renowned, very creative applied physicist, who also was a prolific materials scientist and engineer,…

In Memory of Steve Boggs

Steven Allan Boggs 1946-2018 Dr. Steven Allan Boggs passed away on June 2, 2018 after a 6-month battle with inoperable brain cancer.  Steve was one of the brightest and most-innovative scientists in the field of dielectrics and electrical…

In Memory of George Karady

George G. Karady 1930-2018 Dr. George Karady, IEEE Fellow, noted expert in the fields of power electronics and high voltage engineering, and a highly respected educator, passed away on June 17, 2018. George received his master’s…

2014 Essay Competition Results

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The Essay competition review panel has considered the essay submissions in 2014. It has been decided that there will be no winning essays as the DEIS 2014 Essay competition did not receive essays of high standard. However, there was one essay…

2014 Dakin Award Winner

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2014 Thomas W Dakin Distinguished Technical Contributions Award Recipient: Prof. John Fothergill City University London, UK John will receive the Dakin Award at the 2014 EIC, Philadelphia, PA, June 8-11, 2014.

January 2014 EIC News

Plans for the 32nd Electrical Insulation Conference to be held in Philadelphia, PA between the 8th and 11th of June 2014 (see sites.ieee.org/eic) are already at an advanced stage.  As the world’s premiere applied electrical insulation conference,…

2012 IEEE/RSE Wolfson James Clerk Maxwell Award

 Sponsored by Wolfson Microelectronics plc Professer  GERHARD M. SESSLER who is a long time DEIS member has been awarded the Maxwell Medal, and it was presented to him at a ceremony in Scotland by HRH the Duke of Edinburgh on September…

In Memory of Professor John Tanaka (1924-2012)

The Electrical Insulation Magazine and the DEIS have lost one of their longest-serving, hard-working and ardent supporters.  Professor John Tanaka passed away on April 14, 2012 at the age of eighty-seven, due to complications of amyotrophic…