The IEEE Fellowship in the History of Electrical and Computing Technology is administered by the IEEE History Committee and sponsored by the IEEE Life Members Committee. The applications will be judged by a subcommittee of the IEEE History Committee, consisting of electrical engineers and historians. The Fellowship supports either one year of full-time graduate work in the history of electrical science and technology at a college or university of recognized standing or up to one year of post-doctoral research. The award carries a stipend of US$25,000 plus a research budget of up to US$3000.

Recent Recipients

  • 2022 – 2023: David Dunning – To Program Language: A History of What We Talk with in the Age of Computing
  • 2021 – 2022: Susannah Glickman – Quantum Computing and Information

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