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An Interview with James Meindl 2006 IEEE Medal of Honor Receipient, Microelectronics Pioneer Recognized with highest IEEE award

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IEEE Life Fellow James Meindl received the IEEE Medal of Honor in a ceremony in June, 2006 "for pioneering contributions to microelectronics, including low power, biomedical, physical limits and on-chip interconnect networks." He authored the highest number of ISSCC papers during its first 50 years, and published more than 360 articles in IEEE Xplore as of 2003.

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Solid-State Circuits Society Newsletter, IEEE  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 1 )