Dr. Stephen Chu
Life-time achievements including a Noble Prize in 1997 in Physics for the development of methods to cool and trap atoms with laser light, while he was employed at Bell-Labs as well as his current work encouraging research in renewable energy as the United States Secretary of Energy.
Nobel Laureate Inductees
Dr. Clinton Davisson
1937 Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics for the Discovery of Electron Diffraction
Dr. Irving Langmuir
1932 Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry for Scientific Discoveries in Surface Chemistry
Inductees into the NJ Inventors Hall of Fame Award
Endre A. Balazs
Eye and Orthopedic Research and Groundbreaking Discoveries in Utilizing Hyaluron for Therapeutic Purposes
Dr. Shu-Tung Li
Collagen Based Medical Implants for the Repair and Regeneration of Soft Tissue and Bones
Dr. Elwin Orton
Horticulture Breakthroughs and Saving the U.S. Dogwood Industry
Dr. William K. Hagmann
Medicinal Chemistry, Groundbreaking Compound / Inhibitor Development and Drug Designs Including Novel Treatments for Obesity
Inventor of the Year Award
Dr. Nirwan Ansari
A Wide Range of Broadband Networks, Multimedia and Communications Technologies
Dr. Sergei Kotenko
The Identification, Characterization and Clinical Appliances of Novel Interferons (Ifns) – US Patent #7,820,793
Dr. Paula Tallal
Methods/Devices and Treatment for Individuals (Children) With Severe Language and Reading Difficulties – US Patent #5,813,862
Groundbreaking Modem Development and Next Generation Wireless Data Communications Systems.
Dr. Rajarathnam Chandramouli & Dr. K.P. Subbalakshmi
Detection and Analysis of Deception in Text, (English & Mulit-Lingual) Including Gender Identification and Other Malicious Media
Dr. Yingying Chen & Dr. Marco Gruteser & Dr. Richard P. Martin
Driver phone use detection system which addresses the problem of distinguishing between a driver and a passenger using a mobile phone.
Dr. Ricky John
Energy Conservation and Management by Automation
Dr. Louis J. Lanzerotti
Impact of solar-terrestrial processes on technologies
Advancement of Invention Award
Dr. Hsuan Lillian Labowsky
Inspiring the Next Generation of Scientists through Innovative Teaching.
For the development, manufacturing and marketing of medical devices, instrument systems and reagents.
Ken Zorovich & Yos Kumthampinij & John C. Earle
Method and Apparatus for Making Frozen Comestibles US Patent #8,057,207
Graduate Student Award
The Critical Role of Biomimetic Nanofibers in Skin Cell Function and Wound Repair.
Using an Inkjet Printer to Form and Meticulously Place Grapheme Oxide Droplets With A Volume Of 10 Picoliters.
Seyed Babak Mahjour
Incorporating Hair-Forming Cells into Established Nanofiber-Enabled Cell Assembly.
Tunable Two-Mirror Interference Lithography System.
Detecting driver phone use to mitigate the problem of distracted driving caused by mobile phones.
Hierarchical Energy Optimization Algorithm for Data Center Networks.
Outstanding Contributions Award
Your Untiring Dedication, Contributions, Service, Leadership, and Guidance of the Organization