2014 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
1997 - ACM AAAI Allen Newell Award Carver Mead has made a large number of diverse and seminal contributions to computing through the development of semiconductors, their design, and specific, archetypal chip designs including an artificial retina and cochlea through pioneering digital, analog, and neural computing techniques. He has played a key role in technology transfer as an entrepreneurial founder of companies to utilize the technology he created.
1996 - IEEE John von Neumann Medal "For leadership and innovative contributions to VLSI and creative microelectronic structures."
1991 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1989 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
1984 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For great insight into the problems and potentialities of VLSI, and for helping to advance the art.
Introduction to VLSI systems
Carver Mead;Lynn Conway.
Analog VLSI and Neural Systems
Neuromorphic electronic systems
Proceedings of the IEEE (1990)
Paintbrush stylus for capacitive touch sensor pad
Carver A. Mead;Ralph Wolf;Timothy P. Allen.
Winner-Take-All Networks of O(N) Complexity
J. Lazzaro;S. Ryckebusch;Mahowald;C. A. Mead.
neural information processing systems (1988)
A silicon model of early visual processing
Carver A. Mead;Misha Mahowald.
Computational neuroscience (1993)
Operation of Tunnel‐Emission Devices
C. A. Mead.
Journal of Applied Physics (1961)
An analog electronic cochlea
Richard F. Lyon;Carver Mead.
Artificial neural networks (1990)
Metal-semiconductor surface barriers
C. A. Mead.
Solid-state Electronics (1966)
Fermi Level Position at Metal-Semiconductor Interfaces
C. A. Mead;W. G. Spitzer.
Physical Review (1964)
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