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James F. Fairman
|Born||April 8, 1896|
|Died||April 25, 1967 (aged 71)|
Birmingham, Michigan, U.S.
|Awards||IEEE Edison Medal (1959)|
James Ferdinand Fairman was an American electrical engineer who received the IEEE Edison Medal in 1959 for "outstanding performance in improving the design of large electric power systems; for far-sighted leadership in atomic power development; and for unremitting efforts to improve the engineering profession".
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