Thomson Electrotechnology Medal
The Elihu Thomson Electrotechnology Medal honors an individual who has
contributed in an exceptional, dedicated way to the field of electrotechnology
standardization, conformity assessment and related activities both at the
national and international levels.
The selection of a recipient for this medal will be primarily based on the
individual’s leadership accomplishments within the electrotechnology
standardization and/or conformity assessment field via the International
Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), the U.S. National Committee of the IEC,
and/or other such bodies.
The creation of the Elihu Thomson Electrotechnology Medal was recommended by the USNC. 2007 marks the first year that
nominations have been accepted for this award.
Recipients of the Thomson Electrotechnology Medal have been:
- Ronald H. Reimer
- Ralph M. Showers, PhD
- Charles C. Packard
- John Rennie
- Joseph L. Koepfinger
- Jack Wells