2005 - 2006
Eisenhart Award > Group One
2005-2006 Recipient of the Eisenhart Award for
Outstanding Teaching Group Four:
Lynn Fuller, Ph.D.
Department of Microelectronic
Kate Gleason College of Engineering
- Joined RIT in 1970
- For twenty years, he served as department head as he created
the microelectronic engineering program, leading it through three
ABET accreditations, construction of its building, and development
of its graduate and distance learning programs. It remains the
only ABET-accredited program of its kind in the United States.
- Helped create and is a core faculty member in the Ph.D.
program in Microsystems Engineering.
- Holds the Motorola Professorship.
- Named Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic
Engineers for his contributions to engineering education and is a
member of Tau Beta Pi.
- Member of the IEEE Electron Device Society and organized many
- Recognized by the University Government Industry
Microelectronic Symposium Steering Committee for leadership in
microelectronic education In 2003.
- Has over 60 publications, patents, and text chapters in the
general area of microelectronics.
- Served as Masters Thesis advisor to over 50 students and is
advisor to five Ph.D. students
- Principal investigator or co-principal investigator on eight
funded projects totaling $900,000 since 2000
- Involved with three startup companies including one involving
a novel hearing aid design and one involving biotechnology.
- Member of RITís Athletes Hall of Fame and recipient of the
collegeís Outstanding Alumni Award.
- Ph.D., electrical engineering, State University of New York at
Buffalo, MSEE and B.S. in electrical engineering, RIT