IEEE McMurray Award for Industry Achievements in Power Electronics
The IEEE McMurray Award for Industry Achievements in Power Electronics recognizes the work of engineers working in the field of power electronics, which has shown or is likely to show a major impact on the industry, and the resulting products possibly on society. This award was approved in June 2019.
The award consists of an award plaque and a one-time honorarium of $3,500 USD. In addition, up to $1,000 USD will be reimbursed towards necessary conference registration, travel and accommodation costs incurred to attend the award ceremony.
Eligibility: The award recipient must be an active member of IEEE. There are no other restrictions as to nationality, age, gender, or IEEE member grade. An award will be given to a single person only.
If you would like to nominate an IEEE member for the IEEE McMurray Award for Industry Achievements in Power Electronics, please go to our IEEE Society Awards Application System when the nomination period opens on 30 December 2021. To identify as a nominator, you will be asked at the beginning of this process to log in to your existing IEEE account or to register for a new one. Subsequently, you should choose IEEE McMurry Award for Industry Achievements in Power Electronics and enter the required data and documents.
Nominations received up to March 31st will be considered in the current year. If you have any questions please send them to PELS Awards Committee via email@example.com.
|2021||Amit Gupta||For the leadership in advancing power conversion systems for aerospace, train and wind turbine power system|
|2020||Patrick Chapman||For leadership in high-reliability inverters and renewable energy systems|