The URSI awards are presented at the Opening Ceremony of the URSI General Assembly.
The "senior" awards are the Balthasar van der Pol Gold Medal, the John Howard Dellinger Gold Medal, the
Appleton Prize, and the Booker Gold Medal, and the "junior" award is the Koga Gold Medal.
Recipients of the Issac Koga Gold Medal
Dr. A. ALU, USA
Citation: "For contributions to the theory and application of electromagnetic metamaterials, in particular the conception of plasmonic-based cloaking, optical nanocircuits, and anomalous propagation and radiation in metamaterials.".
Dr. D.F. SIEVENPIPER, USA
Citation: "For contributions to the development of artificial impedance surfaces and conformal antennas.".
Prof. S.C. HAGNESS, USA
Citation: "For contributions to the development of enhanced finite-difference time-domain methods in computational electromagnetics, and ultrawideband microwave imaging techniques for early breast cancer detection.".
Prof. F. OLYSLAGER, Belgium
Citation: "In recognition of her work on theoretical and numerical electromagnetic, in particular in the field of boundary integral equations, waveguides and bianisotropic media).".
Prof. E. MICHIELSSEN, USA
Citation: "For contributions to computational electromagnetics, in particular the development of fast frequency and time domain integral equation analysis techniques and nature-driven synthesis methods.".
Prof. Z. POPOVIC, USA
Citation: "For contributions to the field of active microwave circuits, in particular, the original demonstration of the planar grid oscillator, as well as continuing efforts with quasi optical amplifiers and active antennas.".
Prof. G. REBEIZ, USA
Citation: "For contributions to the advancement of sub-millimetre wave antenna science and technology.".
Dr. M. LOCKWOOD, UK
Citation: "Study of non-thermal ionospheric plasma and ionospheric convection.".
Prof. D.M. POZAR, USA
Citation: "Contributions to the analytical, numerical and experimental study of printed antennas and phased arrays, and related problems in applied electromagnetics.".
Dr. M. OHTSU, Japan
Citation: "Work on precise optical measurements, gas and semi-conductor lasers, including the frequency stabilization of these components.".