Burton J. Wilson Scholarship
Burton J. Wilson (BSEE ’43, MSEE ’47) was a research associate at Harvard and then returned to Illinois as a faculty member. He was a classmate and friend of Jack S. Kilby, inventor of the first integrated circuit. Receipients must have demonstrated academic excellence and an interest in electrical energy/power production, conversion, utilization, or conservation.
The recipient(s) will be recognized at the annual spring ECE Awards and Recognition Banquet.
Past Recipients of the Award