IEEE Power Electronics Emerging Technology Award
The IEEE Power Electronics Emerging Technology Award of the IEEE Power Electronics Society is established to recognize engineers and researchers who have made outstanding technical contributions to one or more emerging research topics in power electronics. The emerging areas in power electronics are evolving. At least three emerging research topics will be announced each year with the call for nominations, which are decided annually by PELS High Performance and Emerging Technologies Technical Committee (TC6). 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.
For the 2021 Emerging Technology Award, we are seeking nominations from the following three topic areas:
- WBG based power devices and their application
- Wireless power transfer
- Electrification of aviation
The criteria considered by the Award Committee include:
- past relevant activities to the field and technical committee
The Award consists of an award plaque and a one-time honorarium of $1,500 USD.
Presentation: As a rule, the award is presented during ECCE America. Taking into account the international character of PELS and its members, it may also be presented at another PELS conference upon mutual agreement.
The awards submission site is now closed. Submissions for the 2022 Awards cycle will start on 1 January 2022. If you have any questions, please send them to PELS Awards Committee via firstname.lastname@example.org.
|2021||Grant Covic||For leadership and innovation in wireless power transfer|
|2020||Brij Singh||For contributions to in-vehicle demonstration of engine-cooled power-dense scalable SiC inverter|
|2019||Chunting (Chris) Mi||For contributions to wireless power transfer technologies|