The SMPTE Journal Award Recipients
The recipients are listed below by year, with the date of Journal publication given after the title.
2013 – Wayne E. Bretl, "Theoretical and Practical Limits to Wide Color Gamut Imaging in Objects, Reproducers, and Cameras," May/June 2012.
2007—Gabriel Fielding, Ryan T. Hsu, Paul W. Jones, & Christopher L. DuMont for the paper, “Aliasing and Reconstruction Distortion in Digital Intermediates,” April 2006.
2006—Fumiaki Usui, Jun Hosoya, Ken Ito, and Laurence Thorpe, “A New HD Digital Cine Zoom Lens for Digital Motion Pictures,” October/November 2005.
2005—Matthew Cowan, Glenn Kennel, Thomas Maier, and Brad Walker, “Contrast Sensitivity Experiment to Determine the Bit Depth for Digital Cinema,” September 2004.
2004—Roger R. A. Morton, Michelle A. Maurer, and Christopher L. Dumont, “An Introduction to Aliasing and Sharpening in Digital Motion Picture Systems May/June 2003, and “Relationships between Pixel Count, Aliasing, and Limiting Resolution in Digital Motion Picture Systems,” July/August 2003.
2003—Roger R. A. Morton, Michelle A. Maurer, and Christopher L. Dumont, "Assessing the Quality of Motion Picture Systems from Scene-to-Digital Data," Feb./March 2002.
2002—Gary Demos, "The Future of the Moving Image," June 2001.
2001—David Bancroft, "Recent Advances in the Transfer and Manipulation of Film Images in the Data and HDTV Domains," April 2000.
2000—Arjun Ramamurthy, Lemuel Davis, and Franz Herbert, "Achieving Color Match Between Scanner, Monitor, and Film: A Color Management Implementation for Feature Animation," June 1999.
1999—Ioan Allen, "Are Movies too Loud?" January, 1998.
1998—Katherine Cornog, "Factors in Preserving Video Quality in Post-Production when Cascading Compressed Video Systems," Feb. 1997.
1997—Mark Schubin, "Searching for the Perfect Aspect Ratio, " Aug. 1996.
1996—G. Beakley, C. Cressy, and J. Van Pelt, "Video Compression: The Need for Testing," Nov. 1995.
1995—David K. Fibush, "Integrating Digital Audio into the Serial Digital Video Signal," September 1994.
1994—David K. Fibush, "Error Measurements in Studio Digital Television," Aug. 1993; and "Jitter Effects and Measurements in Serial Digital Televison Signals," Aug. 1993.
1993—David K. Fibush and Bob Elkind, "Test and Measurement of Serial Digital Television Signals," Sept. 1992.
1992—William F. Schreiber, "Considerations in the Design of HDTV Systems for Terrestrial Broadcasting," Sept. 1991.
1991—Laurence J. Thorpe and Takaomi Hanabusa, "If Progressive Scanning Is So Good, How Bad is Interlace?" Dec. 1990.
1990—Joyce H. D. M. Westerink and Jacques A. J. Roufs, "Subjective Image Quality as a Function of Viewing Distance, Resolution, and Picture Size," Feb. 1989.
Michael Isnardi, Charles B. Dietrich, and Terence R. Smith, "Advanced Compatible Television: A Progress Report," July 1989.
1989—Laurence J. Thorpe and Yoshio Ozaki, "HDTV Electron Beam Recording," Oct. 1988.
William F. Schreiber and Eric Dubois, "Improvements to NTSC by Multidimensional Filtering," June 1988.
1988—Steven J. Powell, John C. Norris, and Stephen W. Spakowsky, "Eastman Color High-Speed Daylight Negative Films 5297 and 7297," July 1987.
William E. Glenn and Karen G. Glenn, "HDTV Compatible Transmission," Mar. 1987.
1987—Jonathan Erland, "Front Projection: Tessellating the Screen," Mar. 1986.
Brian Wyvill, Craig McPheeters, and Rich Garbutt, "University of Calgary 3-D Computer Animation System," June 1986.
1986—W. Tuckerman Biays, "Aquacolor® Underwater Cinematography: Breaking the Available Light and Color Barriers Underwater," Mar. 1985.
John L. E. Baldwin, "Enhanced Television-A Progressive Experience," Sept. 1985.
1985—Denise Q. Humphreys, Richard C. Sehlin, and Paul J. Mutter, "Printing System Evaluations," June 1984.
William F. Schreiber, "Psychophysics and the Improvement of Television Image Quality," Aug. 1984.
1984—Wilfried Liekens, "Psychophysical Relationship of Image-Quality Characteristics of Motion Picture Color Films," Sept. 1983.
John L. E. Baldwin, "Analog Components, Multiplexed Components, and Digital Components-Friends or Foes?" Dec. 1983.
1983—Ralph C. Brainard, Arun N. Netravali, D. E. Pearson, "Predictive Coding of the Composite NTSC Color Television Signals," Mar. 1982.
Glenn L. Kennell, Frank Reinking, Stephen W. Spakowsky, Richard C. Sehlen, Geoffrey L. Whittier, "Eastman Color High Speed Negative Film 5293," Oct. 1982.
1982—C. Bradley Hunt, "Corrective Reproduction of Faded Color Motion Picture Prints," July 1981,
Haruo Sakata, "Effects of Contour Components on Picture Quality," Nov. 1981.
1981—Toyohiko Hatada, Haruo Sakata, and Hideo Kusaka, "Psychophysical analysis of the 'sensation of reality' induced by a visual wide-field display," Aug. 1980.
1980—Andrew Oliphant and Martin Weston, "A digital telecine processing channel," July 1979.
1979—David K. Fibush, "SMPTE Type C helical-scan recording format," Nov. 1978.
1978—Eugene Leonard, "Implications of digital video graphics," Oct. 1977.
1977—Margaret W. Beach, "Microbiological growths in motion picture processing," Mar. 1976.
1976—K. Kano, T. Imai, M. Inaba, A. Sugimoto, Y. Itoh, Y. Inoue and T. Shimuzu, "Television frame synchronizer," Mar. 1975.
1975—A. D. Berg, R. J. Cormier and J. S. Courtney-Pratt, "High-resolution graphics using a HeCd laser to write on Kalvar film," July 1974.
1974—W. J. Hannan, R. E. Flory, M. Lurie, and R. J. Ryan, "Holotape: a low-cost prerecorded television system using holographic storage," Nov. 1973.
1973—L. E. DeMarsh, "Optimum Telecine Transfer Characteristics," Oct. 1972.
1972—Leo Beiser, Wendell Lavender, Renville H. McMann, Jr., and Robert Walker, "Laser-beam recording for color television film transfer," Sept. 1971.
1971—Peter C. Goldmark, et al., "Color electronic video recording," Aug. 1970.
1970—C. B. B. Wood, "Some considerations in the television broadcasting of color film," Apr. 1969.
1969—C. J. Bartleson, "Color perception and color television," Jan. 1968.
1968—J. H. Altman, "Image quality criteria for data recording and storage," July 1967.
1967—Walter C. Snyder, "An investigation of agitation in a continuous immersion film process," Oct. 1966.
1966—Harold Wright, "Exposure meters and measuring techniques in telefilm exposure control," July 1965.
1965—Otto H. Schade, Sr., "An evaluation of photographic image quality and resolving power," Feb. 1964.
1964—J. S. Courtney-Pratt, J. H. Hett and J. W. McLaughlin, "Optical measurements on Telsar to determine the orientation of the spin axis and the spin rate," June 1963.
1963—Robert L. Lamberts, "Application of sine-wave techniques to image-informing systems," Sept. 1962.
1962—Fred H. Perrin, "What is the sensitivity of a photographic system?" July 1961.
1961—E. C. Hutter, J. A. Inslee and T. H. Moore, "Electrostatic imaging and recording," Jan. 1960.
1960—William F. Schreiber, Christopher F. Knapp and Norman D. Kay, "Synthetic highs-an experimental TV band-width reduction system," Aug. 1959.
1959—Derwyn M. Severy, "Photographic instrumentation for collision injury research," Feb. 1958.
1958—George Lewin, "The infrared transparency of magnetic tracks," Sept. and Dec. 1957.
1957—Earl M. Lowry and J. Gordon Jarvis, "The luminance of subjective black," Aug. 1956.
1956—Donald G. Fink, "Color television vs. color motion pictures," June 1955.
1955—Richard S. O'Brien, "CBS color-television staging and lighting practices," Aug. 1954.
1954—Armin J. Hill, "A mathematical and experimental foundation for stereoscopic photography," Oct. 1953.
1953—R. J. Spottiswoode, N. L. Spottiswoode and Charles Smith, "Basic principles of the three-dimensional film," Oct. 1952.
1952—D. L. MacAdam, "Quality of color reproduction," May 1951.
1951—A. B. Jennings, W. A. Stanton and J. P. Weiss, "Synthetic color-forming binders for photographic emulsions," Nov. 1950.
1950—Frederick J. Kolb, Jr., "Air cooling of motion picture film for higher screen illumination," Dec. 1949.
1949—F. G. Albin, "Sensitometric aspect of television monitor-tube photography," Dec. 1948.
1948—J. S. Chandler, D. F. Lyman and L. R. Martin, "Proposals for 16-mm and 8-mm sprocket standards," June 1947.
1947—Albert Rose, "A unified approach to the performance of photographic film, television pickup tubes, and the human eye," Oct. 1946.
1946—R. H . Talbot, "The projection life of film," Aug. 1945.
1945—C. J. Kunz, H. E. Goldberg and C. E. Ives, "Improvement in illumination efficiency of motion picture printers," May 1944.
1944—J. I. Crabtree, G. T. Eaton and L. E. Muehler, "Removal of hypo and silver salts from photographic materials as affected by the composition of the processing solutions," July 1943.
1943—R. R. Scoville and W. L. Bell, "Design and use of noise-reduction bias systems," Feb. 1942 (Award made Apr. 1944).
1942—W. J. Albersheim and Donald MacKenzie, "Analysis of sound-film drives," Nov. 1941.
1941—J. C. Frayne and Vincent Pagliarulo, "The effects of ultraviolet light on variable-density recording and printing," June 1940.
1940—R. R. McNath, "The surface of the nearest star," Mar. 1939.
1939- H. T. Kalmus, "Technicolor adventures in cinemaland," Dec. 1938.
1938—K. S. Gibson, "The analysis and specification of color," Apr. 1937.
1937—D. B. Judd, "Color blindness and anomalies of vision," June 1936.1936, E. W. Kellogg, "A comparison of variable-density and variable-width systems," Sept. 1935.
1935—L. A. Jones and J. H. Webb, "Reciprocity law failure in photographic exposure," Sept. 1934.
1934—P. A. Snell, "An introduction to the experimental study of visual fatigue," May 1933.