Marvin H. WhiteDr. Marvin H. White was the Sherman-Fairchild Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the director of the Sherman- Fairchild Center for Solid State Studies at Lehigh. Prior to his 29-year career at the university, Dr. White worked at Westinghouse Electric Company. He also served as a research scientist at the Naval Research Laboratory, and as a program director in solid state and microstructures at the National Science Foundation. White has received several awards for his contributions to the development of high-sensitivity, solid-state cameras and imagers widely used in consumer and technical applications and for major contributions to progress in semiconductor devices including the IEEE Electron Devices Society’s 1997 J. J. Ebers Award and the IEEE 2000 Masaru Ibuka Consumer Electronics Award.