The I&M Society Technical Award is given to an individual or group of individuals for outstanding contribution or leadership in advancing instrumentation design or measurement technique. Nominees must exhibit actions that reflect positively on and enhance the reputation of the I&M Society
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The Award consists of $2,000 and a certificate. Also up to $1000 will be paid to the recipient for transportation to the place of the presentation.
This award is funded by the IEEE I&M Society.
*DEADLINE EXTENSION* - 1 September 2017
The award will be presented each year at the IEEE I2MTC Conference.
Any person with demonstrative and substantive achievement in the field of instrumentation and measurement may be nominated for the I&M Society Award. Membership in the IEEE is NOT a prerequisite.
Basis for Judgement:
The selection criteria for the nominee are based on substantive documentation and tangible evidence of achievement submitted by the nominators.
For technical leadership in constructing the NIST watt balance and leading a measurement campaign to determine Planck’s constant to 34 parts in 1,000,000,000. In the record time of 5 years, Dr. Haddad assembled an apparatus that can realize the unit of mass in the redefined system of units.
For outstanding contributions to the advancement of the state-of-the-art in the quantization of signals in digital instrumentation.
For outstanding contributions to the advancement and implementation of safety and security monitoring instrumentation and measurement technologies
For significantly advancing the state-of-the-art in electrical capacitance tomography instrument design.
For his contribution to the analysis and experimental evaluation of clock synchronization in real-time applications for industry
“For leadership in implementation of novel measurement solutions in power distribution systems”
For outstanding contributions to multimedia computing.
For outstanding contributions to the analysis of electric power systems under nonsinusoidal conditions.
For leadership of the Society's TC-10 Waveform Generation, Measurement, and Analysis which runs five sub-committees and is active in developing or promoting five major IEEE standards.
For outstanding leadership in developing the IEEE 1588 Standard for Precision Clock Synchronization Protocol for Networked Measurement and Control Systems.