Professor Paolo Lugli becomes IEEE Fellow
As NIM member and Chair for Nanoelectronics at the TU München Professor Paolo Lugli has been nominated as IEEE Fellow for contributions to nanostructured materials and devices.
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There was one major established electrical industry, the telegraph, which—beginning in the 1840s—had come to connect the world with a communications system faster than the speed of transportation.
A second major area had only barely gotten underway—electric power and light, originating in Thomas Edison’s inventions and his pioneering Pearl Street Station in New York
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The highest grade of membership – IEEE fellow – is attained through nomination by peers and approval by the IEEE Board of Directors for distinction in the profession.