Fulton Engineering professors Nathan Newman and Martin Reisslein have risen to the highest position of membership in one of the world’s most prominent engineering organizations.

They have been selected as Fellows of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), which has 400,000 members from 160 countries and is the leading professional association for promoting the advancement of technology.

IEEE confers Fellow status on members with records of outstanding accomplishment in electrical and electronic engineering and related fields.

Newman is on the faculty of the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy. Reisslein is on the faculty of the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering.

Newman is being recognized by the IEEE specifically for “for contributions to the development and production of novel thin film materials and devices.”

Reisslein is recognized for “contributions to the design and performance evaluation of metropolitan networks and multimedia networking mechanisms.”

Look for more about their career achievements in a future Full Circle article.

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