To recognize the professional achievements of an individual engaged in the fields of I&M.
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I&M Society Awards
To recognize the best technical committee of the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society.
To recognize outstanding contribution to or leadership in advancing instrumentation design or measurement technique.
To support and encourage graduate-level research in the area of Instrumentation and Measurement.
To recognize the best paper published in the IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement. The purposes of this award are: to emphasize the importance or good authorship and timeliness of subject matter, and to stimulate interest in the Transactions.
Nominations are solicited by the Transactions Editor from the Associate and Guest Editors.
A spinning current circuit for Hall measurements down to the nanotesla range
Vincent Mosser, Nicolas Matringe, Youcef Haddab
Huaping Liu, Di Guo, and Fuchun Sun from Tsinghua University
Ink-Jet Printed Pressure Sensing Platform for Postural Imbalance Monitoring
Silvia Cruz (University of Minho); Daniel Dias (University of Minho); Luis Alexandre Rocha (University of Minho); Julio Viana (University of Minho)
Analyzing the Windkessel model as a potential candidate for correcting oscillometric blood pressure measurements
Kurt Barbé (Vrije Universiteit Brussel); Wendy Van Moer (Vrije Universiteit Brussel); Danny Schoors (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
Design of a 12-Bit 2.5 MS/s Integrated Multi-Channel Single-Ramp Analog-to-Digital Converter for Imaging Detector System
Wu Gao (Northwestern Polytechnical University); Deyuan Gao (Northwestern Polytechnical University); Christine Hu-Guo (Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert CURIEN); Yann Hu(Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert CURIEN)
Reputation-Enabled Self-Modification for Target Sensing in Wireless Sensor Networks
Xue Wang (Tsinghua University); Liang Ding (Tsinghua University); Daowei Bi (Tsinghua University)
An Adaptive Quality Assessment System – Aspect of Human Factor and Measurement Uncertainty
Jenny Wirandi (Blekinge Institute of Technology); Jiandan Chen (Blekinge Institute of Technology); Wlodek J. Kulesza (Blekinge Institute of Technology)
To recognize distinguished service to the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society. Secondary considerations are service to the IEEE, IRE or AIEE, service to the engineering profession in general, technical accomplishments and outstanding technical leadership.
To support and encourage faculty members to develop a new course or significantly revise an existing course with specific focus on Instrumentation and/or Measurement, taught in an accredited (in accordance to the accepted rules of the country of applicant) engineering/physics/science curriculum.
Olfa Kanoun, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany
Course Title: Experimental Modular Platform for Enhanced Practical Skills in Instrumentation Courses World-Wide
Olev Märtens, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
Course Title: Impedance Spectroscopy
Luca De Vito, University of Sannio, Italy
Course Title: Drone for Measurement and Measurement Drone
Miodrag Bolic, University of Ottawa, Canada
Course Title: Principles of Uncertainty Evaluating Engineering Measures
David Macii, University of Trento, Italy
Course Title: Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation
Simona Salicone, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Course Title: Measurement Architectures for Electric Systems
Stephen A. Dyer, Kansas State University
Course Title: Sensors and Systems
Mohamad Eid and Steven Goode, New York University Abu Dhabi
Course Title: All Engineering Programs/ENGR-AD 116 - Instrumentation, Sensors, Actuators
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This award is managed by the Membership Development Committee and applications should be sent to the Chapter Chair Liaison. The award will be given to the best chapter in a given calendar year based on activity. Deadline for Nominations is September 30, and Selection will be made in October. Checks will be mailed in the same calendar year, with the award being recognized at the following IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement Conference (I2MTC).
To recognize a career of meritorious achievement and outstanding technical contribution by an individual in the field of instrumentation and measurement.
This annual award is in recognition of an individual whose idea applies measurement concepts or instrumentation technology in a novel way to benefit society. The application must be a working solution to an engineering need or problem.
Conditions of the Award
Winning candidate must submit a written article, suitable for publication in the IEEE IMS Magazine no later than 6 months following the awarding.
To recognize an outstanding young I&M member who has distinguished himself/herself through achievement(s), which may be technical (within the I&M field of interest), may be exemplary service to the I&M Society, or may be a combination of both. What distinguishes this award from other I&M achievement-based awards is that by its title, this award’s focus is on a person, not an achievement, and the Society implicitly recognizes the person who was responsible for the success of the cited achievement(s) during his/her early career.