Joseph John Suozzi INTELEC® Fellowship Award in Power Electronics
Please note: the IEEE Joseph John Suozzi INTELECÒ Fellowship Award in Power Electronics will not be given out this year.
The IEEE Joseph John Suozzi INTELEC Fellowship Award in Power Electronics is named in honor of the late Dr. Joseph John Suozzi, a founder and long-time leader of the IEEE International Telecommunications Energy Conference, known as INTELEC.Ò
This grant of USD15,000 is made annually to an electrical engineering graduate student studying in an area of power electronics. The award is based on the merit of a proposed study project in power electronics primarily applicable and relevant to the powering of information and communications technology (ICT) energy systems. The proposed study project must be supported by the Applicant’s school and facility advisor, and the study is to be undertaken in the year following the award.
The fellowship is international and is therefore open to electrical engineering graduate students in all countries. The award is a one-time grant to an individual and is not renewable. Applicants must be graduate student members of IEEE.
|2023||No award given|
|2022||Hussain Sayed||University of Houston (USA)|
|2021||Rose Abramson||University of California, Berkeley (USA)|
|2017||Enver Candan||University of Illinois (USA)|
|2016||Liyao Wu||Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)|
|2014||Eunice Ribeiro||Universidade de Coimbra (Portugal)|
|2013||Ankan De||North Carolina State University (USA)|
|2012||Hamid Behjati||Univeristy of Texas at Arlington (USA)|
|2011||Alessandro Costabeber||University of Padova (Italy)|
|2009||Omer C. Onar||Illinois Institute of Technology (USA)|
|2008||Jian Lu||University of Central Florida (USA)|
|2007||Tirthajyoti Sarkar||University of Illinois at Chicago (USA)|
|2006||Bradley Oraw||Arizona State University (USA)|
|2005||Alexis Kwasinski||University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (USA)|
|2003||Mehdi Ferdowsi||Illinois Institute of Technology (USA)|
|2002||Peng Li||Northeastern University (USA)|
|2001||Robert Balog||University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (USA)|