2024 IEEE Masaru Ibuka Consumer Technology Award: Steve B. Furber and Sophie M. Wilson
The IEEE Masaru Ibuka Consumer Technology Award was established by the IEEE Board of Directors in 1987.
The Award is named in honor of Dr. Masaru Ibuka, Honorary Chairman and Co-Founder of Sony Corporation, whose innovative achievements and leadership in state of the art and have been an inspiration to several generations of electrical, electronics, and computer engineers.
Recipient selection is administered through the Technical Field Awards Council of the IEEE Awards Board.
Awarded for the design of the 32-bit ARM RISC microprocessor, the 2024 IEEE Masaru Ibuka Consumer Technology Award recipients Steve B. Furber and Sophie M. Wilson speak about the history of the ARM RISC microprocessor.