UTC’s Daniel Loveless is the recipient of the 2019 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society Award.
Loveless, UC Foundation assistant professor in electrical engineering, was given the society’s Radiation Effects Early Achievement Award. He will receive it in July at IEEE’s Nuclear and Space Radiation Effects Conference in San Antonio, Texas.
A statement from the society says Loveless earned the prize “for contributions to radiation effects research in high-speed analog and mixed-signal electronics and student mentorship in the radiation effects community.”
The purpose of the Radiation Effects Committee is to “advance the theory and application of radiation effects and allied sciences, to disseminate information pertaining to those fields, and to maintain high scientific and technical standards among its members,” according to its website.
The Nuclear and Space Radiation Effects Conference is an international forum for the presentation of research papers on nuclear and space radiation effects.