A Short History of Circuits and Systems

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Franco Maloberti , Anthony C. Davies
River Publishers, 21 mag 2016 - 344 pagine
After an overview of major scientific discoveries of the 18th and 19th centuries, which created electrical science as we know and understand it and led to its useful applications in energy conversion, transmission, manufacturing industry and communications, this Circuits and Systems History book fills a gap in published literature by providing a record of the many outstanding scientists, mathematicians and engineers who laid the foundations of Circuit Theory and Filter Design from the mid-20th Century. Additionally, the book records the history of the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society from its origins as the small Circuit Theory Group of the Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE), which merged with the American Institute of Electrical Engineers (AIEE) to form IEEE in 1963, to the large and broad-coverage worldwide IEEE Society which it is today.

Many authors from many countries contributed to the creation of this book, working to a very tight time-schedule. The result is a substantial contribution to their enthusiasm and expertise which it is hoped that readers will find both interesting and useful. It is sure that in such a book omissions will be found and in the space and time available, much valuable material had to be left out. It is hoped that this book will stimulate an interest in the marvellous heritage and contributions that have come from the many outstanding people who worked in the Circuits and Systems area. 

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 Franco Maloberti received the Laurea Degree (Summa cum Laude) from the University of Parma, Italy, and the Dr. Honoris Causa degree from Inaoe, Mexico in 1996. He was a Visiting Professor at ETH-PEL, Zurich in 1993 and at EPFL-LEG, Lausanne in 2004. He was the TI/J.Kilby Chair at the Texas A&M University and the Microelectronic Chair at University of Texas at Dallas. Currently he is Professor at the University of Pavia, Italy and Honorary Professor at the University of Macau, China. He has written more than 500 published papers, six books and holds 34 patents. He is the Chairman of the Academic Committee of the Microelectronics Key Lab. Macau, China. He is the President of the IEEE CASS, he was VP Region 8 of IEEE CAS, AE of IEEE-TCAS-II, President of the IEEE Sensor Council, IEEE CAS BoG member, VP Publications IEEE CAS, DL IEEE SSC Society and DL IEEE CAS Society. He received the 1999 IEEE CAS Society Meritorious Service Award, the 2000 CAS Society Golden Jubilee Medal, and the IEEE 2000 Millenium Medal, the 1996 IEE Fleming Premium, the ESSCIRC 2007 Best Paper Award and the IEEJ Workshop 2007 and 2010 Best Paper Award. He received the IEEE CAS Society 2013 Mac Van Valkenburg Award. He is an IEEE Life Fellow. 

Anthony C. Davies born Rainham, Kent, England, 1936. B.Sc(Eng) Electrical Engineering, 1st Class Hons (1963) Southampton University, MPhil (1967) University of London, PhD (1970) City University London. General Electric Co. in Coventry (1961-63): main work on Filter Design and PCM systems design. Lecturer (1963), Reader (1970) and Professor and Director, Centre for Information Engineering (1982) at City University London. Professor, Department of Electronic Engineering, King’s College London (1990-99). Visiting appointments: One year as Lecturer, Univer-

sity of British Columbia (1968-69); One year as Visiting Full Professor, Purdue University (1973-74); One year Royal Society Fellowship, British Aerospace, Army Weapons Division, Stevenage (1987-88). Consultant to Admiralty Underwater Weapons Establishment, Portland, Dorset. Retired 1999, awarded title ’Emeritus Professor’ at King’s College London, Visiting Professor (2002-present), Kingston University, Surrey, England. IEEE services: Region 8 History Activities Coordinator, IEEE History Committee; IEEE Region 8 Director and member of IEEE Board of Directors (2003-2004); Region 8 Vice President of CAS Society (Jan 1998 to Dec 2001); He has served as chair of UKRI Circuit Theory Chapter (later Circuits and Systems) and of the IEE Professional Group on Circuit Theory and Design. Memberships and Awards: Chartered Engineer, IET Fellow, BCS Member and IEEE Life Fellow. CAS Society Jubilee medal, IEEE Millennium medal in 2000.