IEEE J. Barry Oakes Advancement Award

To recognize the professional achievements of an individual engaged in the fields of I&M.

Prize:
$2,000, Plaque and up to $1,000 is granted on a need basis for the recipient to attend either a technical workshop of the recipient’s choice or I2MTC or AUTOTESTCON in the year the award is presented. If the recipient chooses to attend I2MTC or AUTOTESTCON, a lecture by the recipient will be given and registration will be provided at I2MTC or AUTOTESTCON for the year in which the lecture is presented.
Funding:
Funded by the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society.
Presentation:
"**Lecture**: If recipient chooses to attend IEEE I2MTC or AUTOTESTCON:
• A 35-minute lecture on current instrumentation and measurement work conducted by the award recipient will be given during the annual IEEE I2MTC or AUTOTESTCON
• Approximately 15 minutes will be reserved for a question-and-answer session
• Lecture will be recorded and made available on the IEEE I&M Society website."
Basis for Judgement:
Qualifications include one or more of the following:
• Demonstrated contributions to I&M science and engineering
• Potential leadership/project management skills
• Potential to serve as role model for other engineers
Eligibility:
35 years of age or younger at the time of the nominations. Must be a member of the IEEE and the Instrumentation and Measurement Society at the time of nomination and presentation. Voting members of the Society Standing Awards Committee are not eligible. Nominees must exhibit actions that reflect positively on and enhance the reputation of the I&M Society.

Recipients

Lijuan Wang

For contributions to the development of soft computing models for multiphase flow measurement.

Ali Foudazi

For contributions to the advancement of Active Microwave Thermography as a nondestructive testing and evaluation technique.

Mojtaba Fallahpour

For fundamental contributions to development of Green’s function based 3D synthetic aperture radar imaging of multilayered structures.

John Lataire

For fundamental contributions to the frequency domain measurement and identification of time-variant stystem.

Mohammad Tayeb Ghasr

For contributions to the development of real-time millimeter wave imaging systems for nondestructive evaluation applications

Marco Prioli

For a New Approach to Uncertainty Evaluation in Complex Measurement Systems.