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2012 - Career Excellence Award
For pioneering automatic test equipment design, CODEC & DSP test methodology and monumental improvements in signal generation and digitization hardware & calibration
2012 - Graduate Fellowship Award
Project Title: Density Estimation for the Disturbing Noise in Sampling Oscilloscopes
Project Title: Steadiness/Tremor Measurement Using a General Systems Performance Theory (GSPT)
Project Title: Implementation of a Self-Calibrating Technique for a Novel Millimeter Wave Vector Network Analyzer
2011 - Distinguished Service Award
“For outstanding service of thirteen consecutive years on the Society’s AdCom, including serving at various times as Vice President of Membership Development, Publications, and Finance, and for fifteen years in leadership roles in I2MTC”
2011 - Technical Award
“For leadership in implementation of novel measurement solutions in power distribution systems”
2011 - Career Excellence Award
“For decades of advancements in measurement science and its dissemination.”
“For innovative application of statistical techniques and signal analysis for biomedical applications”
2010 - Technical Award
For outstanding contributions to multimedia computing.
2010 - Distinguished Service Award
For many years of invaluable dedication to the Instrumentation and Measurement Society.
2010 - Career Excellence Award
For an extraordinary career of enlightened leadership in and pioneering contributions to the development and commercialization of intelligent sensors, systems and instrumentation.
For advancement in stochastic signal processing for real-time data acquisition and surveillance measurements.
2009 - Career Excellence Award
For a career dedicated to education in science and engineering; for research contributions in instrumentation and Hadamard-transform spectrometry; and for outstanding contributions to the I&M Society, including service as Editor-in-Chief of Transactions
For outstanding contributions in applying uncertainty concepts to complex measurement processes that involve significant human factors.