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Career Excellence Award

The prize is $5,000 and a plaque. In addition, the recipient may be reimbursed for travel expenses, not exceeding $1,000, to attend the ceremony during which the award is presented.
This award is funded by the IEEE I&M Society.
Nomination Deadline: 
September 1 (extended from August 1)
The award will be presented each year at the IEEE I2MTC Conference.
A lifetime career in the field of instrumentation and measurement.
Basis for Judgement: 
The I&M Career Excellence Award is awarded to recognize a lifetime career of meritorious achievement and outstanding technical contribution by an individual in the field of instrumentation and measurement.

Nominees must exhibit actions that reflect positively on and enhance the reputation of the I&M Society

Nominate for the Career Excellence Award

Award Recipients

    Luigino Benetazzo Headshot Photo
    For a career of activities in academia, government, and industry devoted to the instrumentation and measurement field and its propagation.

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    For a lifelong career in automated test and measurement and over 15 years of volunteer service to the Instrumentation and Measurement Society.

    Barry Oakes Headshot Photo
    For outstanding contributions to the I&M Society, including two decades of service as a member of the Administrative Committee, two terms as Society President, and holding most of the Society offices; for service to the IEEE as a member of the IEEE Board

    Hal Goldberg Headshot Photo
    Recognizing outstanding contributions to the Society and the IEEE as President of the I&M Society, Treasurer of TAB and numerous services to Society management, education and conferences.

    Stephen Adam Headshot Photo
    For a professional career of more than 50 years and for extensive work in the field of microwave measurement and instrumentation.

    For a professional career of more than 50 years as a founder of Electro Scientific Industries and the leadership in defining and developing instrumentation systems, particularly for automatic test and calibration.