The Microwave Pioneer Award recognizes an individual or team (not exceeding three persons) for outstanding and pioneering technical contributions that advanced microwave theory and techniques. These must be described in an archival paper published at least 20 years prior to the year of the award.
The Microwave Application Award recognizes an individual or a team for an outstanding application of microwave theory and techniques, which has been reduced to practice nominally 10 years before the award.
The Outstanding Young Engineer Award recognizes a young MTT-S member who has distinguished him/herself through achievements. These may be technical (within the MTT-S Field of Interest) or involve exemplary service to the MTT-S, or a combination of both. The nominee must be no more than 38 years of age and an MTT member at time of the nomination.
The Distinguished Educator Award recognizes a distinguished educator (IEEE MTT-S member) in the field of microwave engineering and science who best exemplifies the special human qualities of Fred Rosenbaum, who considered teaching a high calling and demonstrated his dedication to the Society through tireless service.
The Microwave Prize is the oldest award granted by the Microwave Theory and Techniques Society, dating back to 1955. The Microwave Prize recognizes the author(s) of a paper published in any official IEEE publication during the calendar year (but historically selected from the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques) that is judged the most significant in the field of interest of the MTT Society.
Publications which are the basis for awards are available via Xplore.
Tim Canning, Paul J. Tasker, and Steve C. Cripps
"Continuous Mode Power Amplifier Design Using Harmonic Clipping Contours: Theory and Practice", IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol. 62, No. 1, January 2014, pages 100-110
Mohammed R. Abdoul-Gaffoor, Hugh K. Smith, Ahmed A. Kishk and Allen W. Glisson
"Simple and efficient full-wave modeling of electromagnetic coupling in realistic RF multilayer PCB layouts," IEEE Trans. On Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol. 50, Issue 6, pp. 1445 - 1457, June 2002.
Philip Pieters, Kristof Vaesen, Steven Brebels, Samir F. Mahmoud, Walter De Raedt, Eric Beyne and Robert P. Mertens
"Accurate modeling of high-Q spiral inductors in thin-film multilayer technology for wireless telecommunication applications," IEEE Trans. On Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol. 49, Issue 4, Part: 1, pp. 589 - 599, April 2001.
Heng-Ju Cheng, John F. Whitaker, Thomas. M. Weller, and Linda P.B. Katehi
"Terahertz-bandwidth characteristics of coplanar transmission lines on low permittivity substrates," IEEE Trans. On Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol. 42, Issue 12, Part 1, pp. 2399 - 2406, Dec. 1994.
Frank Olyslager, Daniel De Zutter, and Krist Blomme
"Rigorous analysis of the propagation characteristics of general lossless and lossy multiconductor transmission lines in multilayered media," IEEE Trans. Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol. 41, Issue 1, pp. 79 - 88, Jan. 1993.
Kumikatsu Kobayashi, Yoshiaki Nemoto and Risaburo Sato
"Kuroda's identity for mixed lumped and distributed circuits and their application to nonuniform transmission lines," IEEE Trans. On Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol. 29, Issue 2, pp. 81 - 86, Feb 1981.
The THz Science and Tech. Best Paper Award is given annually to the best paper published in the IEEE Transactions on Terahertz Science and Technology in the previous calendar year.
Publications that are the basis for awards are available via Xplore.
Zachary D. Taylor, James Garritano, Shijun Sung, Neha Bajwa, David B. Bennett, Bryan Nowroozi, Priyamvada Tewari, James Sayre, Jean-Pierre Hubschman, Sophie Deng, Elliott R. Brown, and Warren S. Grundfest
"THz and mm-Wave Sensing of Corneal Tissue Water Content: Electromagnetic Modeling and Analysis", IEEE Trans. on THz Science and Technology, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 170-183, March 2015.
The Microwave Magazine Best Paper Award recognizes a peer-reviewed technical article from the prior calendar year that provides the finest overview of the state of the art in a given area of the MTT Society’s field of interest.
This prize was awarded for the first time in 2010. Publications which are the basis for awards are available via Xplore.
Hua Wang, Shouhei Kousai, Kohei Onizuka, and Song Hu
"The Wireless Workhorse: Mixed-Signal Power Amplifiers Leverage Digital and Analog Techniques to Enhance Large-Signal RF Operations," Microwave Magazine, IEEE, 2015, Volume: 16, Issue: 9