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 EMP Fellows

  List of EMP and HPEM Fellows

Every two years (in even years) the Summa Foundation recognizes the contributions of scientists and engineers by awarding them the title of HPEM Fellow.  These awards are based on many years of research and practical accomplishments dealing with high power transient phenomena.  The first Fellows were recognized on May 21, 1986. 

A special Fellows’ Committee appointed by the Board of Directors of the Summa Foundation performs the evaluation of qualifications.  The Committee is currently chaired by Dr. William A. Radasky, and all members of the committee have been previously recognized as HPEM Fellows.

Eight awardees were selected in 2016 and were presented their certificates on July 13, 2016 at the Banquet during the EUROEM 2016 Symposium in London, England.  Their names and citations are listed below.

Forrest Jack Agee
For contributions to protection from EMP environments and the development of HPM sources

Odd Harry Arnesen
For contributions to the protection of critical technical infrastructures against Intentional EMI threats

Amitabha Bhattacharya
For contributions to microwave engineering and ground penetrating radars

Lars Ole Fichte
For contributions to the simulation of high-power electromagnetic interaction with electric devices and biological tissue, in addition to statistical methods for EMC

Tae-Heon Jang
For contributions to the development of test methods for HEMP combination filters

Chaouki Kasmi
For contributions to electromagnetic and cyber security of critical services, internet and intranet systems

Cui Meng
For contributions in computing the HEMP environment and developing HPEM environment standards

D. C. Pande
For leadership of research and facilitation of international cooperation across India's HPEM activities

   List of EMP and HPEM Fellows


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