Modeling and Control Technical Achievement Award
The IEEE Modeling and Control Technical Achievement Award is established to honor innovators and researchers who have made outstanding and sustained technical contributions to the advancement of power electronics in modeling and control. This award is administrated by the PELS Technical Committee on Control and Modeling of Power Electronics (TC 1).
- Engraved plaque
- A one-time honorarium of USD 1,500
- Reimbursement of up to USD 1,000 towards the recipient's necessary conference registration, travel, and accommodation costs incurred to attend the award ceremony
Submitting a Nominee: When submitting a nominee, you will be asked to log into your existing IEEE account (or register for a new one) to identify as a nominator. Subsequently, select the IEEE Modeling and Control Technical Achievement Award and enter the required data and documents. Please note: up to two endorsement letters can be submitted and must contain the following: name, title, contact data, endorser's main field of interest, the relationship between the endorser and the nominee, nominee's achievements for the selection criteria indicated in the award description, the reason why the endorser personally recommends the nominee, endorser's signature, and dateThe portal to submit applications is closed.
Please send any questions to the PELS Awards Committee.
2023 Honoree: Josep M. Guerrero
For contributions to Modelling and Control of Power Electronics based Microgrids
Josep M. Guerrero received the B.S. degree in telecommunications engineering, the M.S. degree in electronics engineering, and the Ph.D. degree in power electronics from the Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona, in 1997, 2000 and 2003, respectively. Since 2011, he has been a Full Professor with the Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University, Denmark, where he is responsible for the Microgrid Research Program. From 2012 he is a guest Professor at the Chinese Academy of Science and the Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics; and from 2014 he is chair Professor in Shandong University.
For contributions to predictive control and modulation of high-power converters
|2021||No award given|
|2020||Lennart Harnefors||For contributions to Control and Dynamic Analysis of Power Electronic Systems|
|2019||Alan Mantooth||For contributions to the modeling of power semiconductor devices|
|2018||Charles Sullivan||For contributions to the modeling and analysis of magnetic components for power electronics|
|2017||Yan-Fei Liu||For contributions in modeling of current programming control and digital control strategies|
|2016||Paolo Mattavelli||For his contributions to dynamic phasor modeling of FACTS devices, to control techniques in active filters, and to digital control in power conversion systems|
|2015||Brad Lehman||For his contribution in modeling and control of dc-dc converters and solid-state lighting|
|2014||Seth Sanders||For his contribution in averaged modeling and digital control of switched-mode power converters|
|2012||Dragan Maksimovic||For his contribution in digital control of high switching frequency power supplies|