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Graduate Fellowship Award

Total yearly grant budget of $45,000USD; Maximum of $15,000USD per grant winner. Award certificate to each selected applicant. Complimentary Instrumentation and Measurement (I&M) Student Membership, starting in September of the Grant year and including 2 subsequent years.
The awards would be funded by the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society. The duration of this award is annual (unlimited). The number of awards per year may change depending on requested funding and allocation of funds by the Selection Committee. Each awardee receives a funding amount that is specific to their application, and depends on what is requested and how the Selection Committee allocates funds based on the application. The maximum amount per award is $15,000 USD, with a total annual award budget not to exceed $45,000.00 USD.
Nomination Deadline: 
EXTENDED to April 1, 2020
Grant recipients will be announced at the annual I2MTC Conference Awards Banquet. Formal notification of the grant will be sent to the recipients, department and university administrators by May 15 (grant year).
Candidate must be at minimum, a student member of the IEEE. Candidate’s advisor must be a member of the IEEE and the I&M Society; Previous grant recipients are not eligible for a period of two years after receiving the grant; No more than one nomination per graduate advisor will be considered; Both candidate and Advisor must exhibit actions that reflect positively on and enhance the reputation of the I&M Society. Eligibility and Selection process shall comply with procedures and regulation established in IEEE and Society/Council governing documents, particularly with IEEE Policy 4.4. on Awards Limitations ( Previous award winners are not eligible.

To support and encourage graduate-level research in the area of Instrumentation and Measurement.

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Award Recipients

    Hui He Photo
    Project Title: Coordinate Measurement Based EM-field Probing System for EMC Source Location and Far-field Prediction
    Faculty Advisor: David Pommerenke, Missouri University of Science & Technology

    Markos Asprou Photo
    Project Title: Power System Network Parameters Estimation Through the Use of Measurement Information
    Faculty Advisor: Elias Kyriakides, University of Cyprus

    Jie Huang Photo
    Project Title: Novel Coaxial Cable Interferometric Sensors for Distributed Measurement of Large Strain in Structural Health Monitoring
    Faculty Advisor: Hai Xiao, Missouri University of Science & Technology

    Lee Gonzales Fuentes Photo
    Project Title: Density Estimation for the Disturbing Noise in Sampling Oscilloscopes
    Faculty Advisor: Kurt Barbé, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

    Arpit Kothari Photo
    Project Title: Implementation of a Self-Calibrating Technique for a Novel Millimeter Wave Vector Network Analyzer
    Faculty Advisor: Reza Zoughi, Missouri University of Science & Technology

    Jonathan Armstrong Photo
    Project Title: Steadiness/Tremor Measurement Using a General Systems Performance Theory (GSPT)
    Faculty Advisor: George Kondraske, Human Performance Institute, The University of Texas at Arlington