PISCATAWAY, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--IEEE, the world's largest professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for humanity, today announced the recipients of the 2015 IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) Awards, which were presented at the annual awards ceremony on Sunday, 6 December 2015, at The Palace at Somerset Park, Somerset, New Jersey, USA.
IEEE-SA Awards honor recipients for their prominent participation in standards development. The 2015 IEEE-SA categories and awardees include:
EAB/SA Standards Education Award
Eldad Perahia, IEEE Senior Member
For significant and/or regular contributions to standards education
IEEE-SA Standards Medallion Recipients:
- William J. Bergman, IEEE Life Senior Member
- Alfred Crouch, IEEE Senior Member
- Chris DiMinico, IEEE Member
- Vinko Erceg, IEEE Fellow
- Alexander D. Gelman, IEEE Life Senior Member
- Stephen Haddock, IEEE Member
- Apurva N. Mody, IEEE Senior Member
Paul S. Schluter, IEEE Member
For major contribution to the development of standards
The Ron Waxman DASC Meritorious Service Award:
Erich Marschner, IEEE Member
For outstanding service exemplifying the spirit of the Design Automation Standards Committee (DASC)
IEEE-SA International Award
- Bill Long, IEEE Life Member
J. Patrick Reilly, IEEE Life Fellow
For extraordinary contribution to establishing the IEEE-SA as a world-class leader in standardization
IEEE-SA Emerging Technology Award
IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (RAS) Ontologies for Robotics and
Automation Working Group
For the initiation, advancement or progression of a new technology through the IEEE-SA open consensus process
IEEE-SA Distinguished Service Award:
Peter Balma, IEEE Fellow
For outstanding and dedicated service to the IEEE-SA Standards Board based on major contributions to the standards development process
IEEE-SA Lifetime Achievement Award:
Mick Seaman, IEEE Member
For significant technical contributions to a standards committee or their IEEE field of interest
IEEE Charles Proteus Steinmetz Award
Steve M. Mills, IEEE Senior Member
For contributions to the development of standards in the field of electrical and electronics engineering
“IEEE-SA is proud to award these deserving individuals for their outstanding contributions to standards development,” said Bruce Kraemer, President of the IEEE-SA. “Many technology advancements are a result of the hard work and dedication of these honorees. These awards allow us to show our gratitude for their work in standards development.”
Any individual, IEEE-SA member or member organization, is eligible to be selected for an IEEE-SA Award. Nominations are encouraged. For additional information of the IEEE-SA Awards, visit http://standards.ieee.org/develop/awards/.
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