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Engineering Sciences

 Name   Alfred Y. Cho  
 Election Year1990
 Education

BSEE, University of Illinois (1960)

MSEE, University of Illinois (1961)

Ph.D., University of Illinois (1968)

 Professional
 Experience

Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey, Member of Technical Staff (1968-1984)

Electronic and Photonics, AT & T Bell Laboratories, Department Head (1984-1987)

Materials Processing Research Laboratory, AT & T Bell Laboratories, Director (1987-1990)

Semiconductor Research Lab., Bell Labs., Lucent Technologies, Vice President (1990-2002), Consultant (2002—)

 Specialties

Applied Physical Sciences, Engineering Sciences

 Awards and
 Honors

International Prize for New Materials of the American Physical Society (1982)

Solid State Science and Technology Medal of The Electrochemical Society (1987)

World Material Congress Award of ASM International (1988)

Gaede-Langmuir Award of the American Vacuum Society (1988)

International Crystal Growth Award of the American Association of Crystal Growth (1990)

Academician, Academia Sinica, R.O.C. (1990)

United States National Medal of Science by President Clinton (1993)

Von Hippel Award of the Material Research Society (1994)

The Medal of Honor of IEEE (1994)

Elliott Cresson Medal of the Franklin Institute (1995)

Computer and Communications Prize of the C & C Foundation, Japan (1995)

W.E. Lamb Medal for Laser Science and Quantum Optics (1999)

United States National Medal of Technology by President Bush (2005)

Inductee, National Inventors Hall of Fame, U.S.A. (2009)

Rusnanoprize of Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies (RUSNANO), 1st international nanotechnology prize, Russia (2009)

Rumford Prize, American Academy of Art and Sciences (2015)

 Current
 Positions

Adjunct Semiconductor Vice President, Bell Labs., Alcatel-Lucent, (Nokia) U.S.A.