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IEEE 2018 I2MTC Awards Ceremony

Friday, July 13, 2018

The 2018 IMS Awards Ceremony was held on May 17 at the IEEE I2MTC in Houston, TX, USA.

Below is a recap pictorial of the awards given.

Congratulations to Cam Ingelin, who was recognized at the I2MTC Conference for her 25 years of service as the IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement Administrator. Pictured (left to right): Max Cortner, IMS President; Shervin Shirmohammadi, TIM Editor-in-Cheif; Stephen Dyer, IMS past president; Cam Ingelin; Reza Zoughi, IMS Sr. Past President.
2.jpg Shervin Shirmohammadi presenting Salvo Baglio with the 2017 TIM Outstanding Editor Award. 
Shervin Shirmohammadi presenting Kurt Barbé with the 2017 TIM Outstanding Editor Award. 
Shervin Shirmohammadi presenting John Lataire with the 2017 TIM Outstanding Editor Award. 
Shervin Shirmohammadi presenting Dario Petri with the 2017 TIM Outstanding Editor Award. 
Shervin Shirmohammadi presenting Di Guo with the 2017 Andy Chi Best Paper Award, for the paper entitled: “Object Recognition Using Tactile Measurements: Kernel Sparse Coding Method." Authors not pictured: Huaping Liu and Fuchun Sun. 
Sergio Rapuano with the 2018 Travel Award Winners.
Salvo Baglio  presenting the First Position Award for the 2018 IEEE I2MTC International Sensors and Measurement Systems Student Contest to Marco Carratù and Salvatore Dello Iacono for their project entitled “Free-flying balloon used as test bed for sensor data fusion application in indoor navigation and target following.”
Salvo Baglio presenting the Second Position Award for the 2018 IEEE I2MTC International Sensors and Measurement Systems Student Contest to Alessio Gullino, Leonardo Lannucci, and Luca Lombardo for their project entitled "GOOFY, Smart sensor for golfers.”
Salvo Baglio presenting the Second Position Award for the 2018 IEEE I2MTC International Sensors and Measurement Systems Student Contest to Junchi Bin and  Chengkai Zhang, for the project entitled "Cloud Enabled Mobile Sensing Agent for Smart Agriculture."
Salvo Baglio presenting a Special Mention Award for the 2018 IEEE I2MTC International Sensors and Measurement Systems Student Contest to Rita Fontanella, Giovanni Cifarelli, Vincenzo di Capua, Pasquale Ruggiero, Raffaele Ruggiero, Guido Di Girolamo Faraone and Giorgio de Alteriis, for the project entitled “POLYTILE: Self-Compensating IMU Exploiting Redundant Configuration on Regular POLYhedron of SensorTILEs."
Max Cortner presenting TC-25 Chair, Marco Parvis, with the 2017 Outstanding TC Award. 
Reza Zoughi presenting the 2017 Outstanding Chapter Award, which went to the Twin Cities Chapter. Max Cortner accepted the award on behalf of Jeff Paulson (Chair of Twin Cities Chapter). 
Max Cortner presenting the 2017 Best Application Award to Paolo Castello. 
Max Cortner presenting the 2018 Faculty Course Development Award to Olev Martens. An additional award went to Olfa Kanoun, who was not present to accept.  
Max Cortner presenting David W. Allan with the 2018 IEEE Joseph F. Keithley Award in Instrumentation and Measurement. 
Max Cortner presenting Mojtaba Fallahpour with the 2017 J. Barry Oakes Advancement Award. 
Max Cortner presenting Mohamed Abou-Khousa with the 2017 Outstanding Young Engineer Award. 
Max Cortner presenting Dario Petri with the 2017 Distinguished Service Award. 
Max Cortner presenting Pasquale Daponte with the 2017 I&M Career Excellence Award.