Jesse J. Taub
Jesse J. Taub received the BEE Degree in 1948 from the City College of New York and the MEE Degree in 1949 from the Polytechnic University.
He is currently an independent consultant on microwave systems and technology. From June 1955 to June 1993, he was employed in various capacities by AIL Systems, Deer Park, New York, with the final position of chief scientist. In this capacity he directed programs involving advanced microwave solid state circuits and devices. From August 1949 to June 1955, he was employed by the U. S. Navy Applied Sciences Laboratory. He has also taught graduate microwave courses at the City University and AIL, as well as serving as an expert witness on microwave technology issues.
He has made major contributions in areas such as microwave integrated circuits, filter and equalizer theory, millimeter and submillimeter wave technology, the interaction of microwave components and systems, microwave measurements and microwave receiver design.
Mr. Taub became an Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Fellow in 1967 for Contributions to Microwave Networks and Millimeter Quasi-Optic Techniques. The IEEE awarded him a Centennial Medal in 1984, the Millennium Medal in 2000 and several other awards. He has served on numerous professional committees for many years, including the IEEE Microwave Symposium Technical Programs Committee and the Editorial Boards of the MTTS Transactions and the Microwave Journal. Mr. Taub served as the technical program co-chairman of the IEEE International Microwave Symposium in 1976 and 1998. In 1993, AIL Systems gave him the Fowler Award for Engineering Excellence. Mr. Taub is a member of the Hofstra University Engineering Advisory Board. He is listed in Who's Who in America.