Alfred Noble Prize
The Alfred Noble Prize is an award presented by the American Society of Civil Engineers and funded by combined engineering societies of the United States. It is awarded annually to a person not over thirty-five for a technical paper of exceptional merit, published in one of the journals of the participating societies.
Established in 1929 in honor of Alfred Noble (1844-1914), past president of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the prize was first awarded in 1931. There have been several notable winners of this prize including Claude E. Shannon in 1939.
- "American Society of Civil Engineers Alfred Noble Past Award Winners". American Society of Civil Engineers. Retrieved 13 November 2015.
- "American Society of Civil Engineers Alfred Noble Award".
- Alan S. Willsky, Edwin Sibley Webster Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (retired) at M.I.T.
- Alan S. Willsky, Edwin Sibley Webster Retired Professor of Electrical Engineering at M.I.T.
- Biography of Alan S. Willsky.
- Alan S. Willsky was elected in 2010 as a member of National Academy of Engineering in Electronics, Communication & Information Systems Engineering for contributions to model-based signal processing and statistical inference.