IEEE Power Electronics Society Awards - Nominations Deadline: March 31 2020
IEEE Power Electronics Society Awards
Call for Nominations
Deadline: March 31st 2020
The IEEE Power Electronics Society (IEEE PELS) Awards Committee is seeking nominations for 2020 Awards and other recognitions – Do you know a member that should be recognized for outstanding work in the Power Electronics Field? The requirements for submission are easy to follow. Award recipients will be highly recognized for their contributions!
Don’t delay! Submit your nominations as soon as possible.
You can find the link to the site by selecting the award you are interested in and following the instructions for IEEE Society Awards Application System.
You will need an IEEE account in order to submit a nomination. If you do not have a web account, you may create an account at the top of the IEEE home page: Create Account www.ieee.org
Here are the awards for which we are seeking nominations by 31 March 2020.
IEEE PELS R. David Middlebrook Achievement Award
For an outstanding contribution in the technical field of power electronics A bronze medal, a certificate and an honorarium of 5000 USD. Complimentary registration for the conference to accept the award, paid for by PELS upon request
Richard M. Bass Outstanding Young Power Electronics Engineer Award
For outstanding achievement in the field of power electronics by an engineer less than 35 years of age 1,500USD, a Certificate, and upon request reimbursement for transportation expenses up to 500USD to attend the annual PELS Awards Ceremony
IEEE PELS Harry A. Owen, Jr. Distinguished Service Award
To honor long and distinguished service to the welfare of the Power Electronics Society at an exceptional level. The prize consists of an engraved plaque and a cash award of 3500 USD, and upon request reimbursement for transportation expenses up to 500USD to attend the annual PELS award banquet.
The IEEE PELS Energy Storage Innovation Award is given to an individual or a group of up to three for innovation in energy storage technology that significantly exceeds contemporary performance limits and has practical application in communications energy systems. The innovation may be in the form of an adequately-described new design, practicable concept, an invention, verified manufacturing step or product. The award consists of an award certificate honorarium of 2500 USD
Modeling and Control Technical Achievement Award
To honor innovators and researchers who have made outstanding and sustained technical contributions to the advancement of power electronics in the area of modeling and control A honorarium of 1500 USD, and engraved plaque.
To recognize and honor individuals who have contributed scholarly and original technical and scientific contributions towards the advancement of power electronics in the area of sustainable energy systems. Prize: A single annual award of 1500 USD, and engraved Plaque.
To recognize and honor individuals who have made outstanding and sustained contributions or services in IEEE standards relevant to the field of power electronics. Prize: A single annual award of 1500 USD and engraved plaque to a single recipient.
To recognize engineers and researchers who have made outstanding technical contributions to one or more emerging research topics in power electronics. At least three emerging research topics will be announced each year, which are decided annually by PELS High Performance and Emerging Technologies Technical Committee (TC6) Prize: A single annual award of 1500 USD and engraved plaque
To recognize innovators and researchers who have made outstanding technical contributions to the advancement of power electronics in the area of vehicle and transportation systems. The Award consists of an award plaque and a one-time honorarium of 1500 USD. In addition, a maximum and total amount of 1500 USD will be available as reimbursement of travel and accommodation to attend the presentation of the award.
IEEE Power Electronics Society Best Chapter & Best Student Branch Award
To recognize excellent service by a PELS Chapter to its members and to the power electronics community. 1000-1500 USD to support activities of the chapter, a certificate that contains the names of the Chapter, reimbursement for travel expenses up to 500 USD to attend the award ceremony.
200 second video summarizing your PhD research. Up to Five PELS Best PhD Thesis winners will receive a one-time honorarium of 1000 USD + 500 USD travel support to accept the award.