IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society Best Dissertation Award

Recognizes the author of an outstanding PhD dissertation in terms of technical significance and creativity in the field of Instrumentation and Measurement.

Award Selection Committee

The prize is $1,000.00 USD, a certificate, and publication of the dissertation abstract in the IEEE IMS Magazine.
This Award is funded by the IEEE IMS.
Presentation will take place at the IMS flagship conference I2MTC or another IMS conference chosen by the recipient.
Basis for Judging:
The committee will take in account at least the following criteria in the evaluation: Relevance for I&M field ; Potential impact on theory and practice ; Technical depth and significance of the research contribution ; Quality of preparation: is the dissertation well written and organized ; Clarity: does the dissertation clearly state the contribution of the work ; Completeness of the review of relevant literature ; Originality and creativity.
Candidate must be a Member (or higher-grade Member) or a Student Member of the IEEE and of I&M Society at the time of application ; The candidate must have a nominating sponsor (PhD advisor or PhD committee member) that is a Member (or higher-grade Member) of the IEEE and of I&M Society at the time of application ; The Degree must have been conferred within 2 years prior to submission deadline from an accredited (in accordance to the accepted rules of the country of applicant) institution ; The original dissertation can be in any language. The nominated dissertation and all other application material should be written in English ; No more than one nomination per nominating sponsor per award year will be considered.
Nomination Details:

Nomination Deadline: 1 February 2024

Nomination Form:
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Isabella Sannino

For the Dissertation titles, "Impedance spectroscopy: non-invasive measurements for human tissues characterization"

Gabriele Patrizi

For the dissertation titled, "An Innovative Data-Driven Reliability Life Cycle for Complex Systems"

Andrea Alimenti

For the dissertation titled, "Advanced microwave resonant measurement techniques for the characterization and study of dielectrics, conductors and superconductors"

Grazia Iadarola

For the dissertation titled "Characterization of Analog-to-Information Converters - Testing methods for analysis of non-idealities"