Chapter Promotion Programs, Awards and Contests

Chapter Promotion Programs, Awards and Contests

 

 

 

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Chapters and members are recommended to nominate your chapters and colleagues for the 2019 awards

    

  

IAS CMD Outstanding Member Award 2019

Managed by Peter Magyar, Director of Chapter Development, Outstanding Member Award Management 

📅 Submissions' due date and time: March 15, 2019, 12:00 noon PST (Pacific Standard Time) 

🏆 OUTSTANDING CHAPTER AND CMD OFFICERS 2019

For Reference: OUTSTANDING CHAPTER AND CMD OFFICERS 2018

 

IAS CMD Outstanding Chapter Award 2019

Managed by Lesley Ann ArakkalCMD Awards and Contests Committee Chair

📅 Submissions' due date and time: March 15, 2019, 12:00 noon PST (Pacific Standard Time)

🏆 OUTSTANDING IAS CHAPTERS 2019

For Reference: OUTSTANDING IAS CHAPTERS 2018

 

IAS CMD Chapter Web Contest 2019

Managed by Pooja SinghChapter Web Contest Subcommittee Chair

📅 Submissions' due date and time: March 15, 2019, 12:00 noon PST (Pacific Standard Time)

🏆 CHAPTER WEB CONTEST RESULTS 2019

For Reference: CHAPTER WEB CONTEST RESULTS 2018

 

IAS CMD Most Happening IAS Chapter Contest 2019

Managed by Jay ShahMost Happening Contest Subcommittee Chair

📅 Evaluation due date: March 15, 2019; 12:00 noon PST (Pacific Standard Time)

🏆 MOST HAPPENING IAS CHAPTERS 2019

For Reference: MOST HAPPENING IAS CHAPTERS 2018

 

  

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IAS CMD Student Thesis Contest 2019

Managed by Richárd Cselkó, Student Technical Conference Committee Chair

📅 Submissions' due date and time: March 15, 2019, 12:00 noon PST (Pacific Standard Time)

🏆 STUDENT THESIS CONTEST RESULTS 2019

For Reference: STUDENT THESIS CONTEST RESULTS 2018

 

 

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IAS CMD Myron Zucker Undergraduate Student Design Contest 2019

Managed by Roozbeh Kabiri and Lesley Arakkal, Co-Chairs Myron Zucker Design Contest Contest Subcommittee

📅 Submissions' due date and time: March 15, 2019; 12:00 noon PST (Pacific Standard Time)

🏆 CONTEST WINNERS 2019

For Reference: CONTEST WINNERS 2018

 

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IAS Myron Zucker Student-Faculty Grant Program 2020

Commitee Chair: Dr. Tomy Sebastian, IAS President 2017-2018

The Industry Application Society is soliciting interested parties to submit proposals to the Myron Zucker Student Faculty Grant Program. Adhering to Mr. Zucker's goal, the principal objectives of the Student-Faculty Grant Program are:

  •  to interest students and faculty in industry applications of electrical engineering;
  •  to involve students and faculty in engineering problems related to the Scope of the IEEE Industry Applications Society;
  •  to provide financial assistance to students for their education; and
  •  to provide seed money to allow faculty members to commence or expand teaching, research, or academic concentrations in industry applications of electrical   engineering.

In general, the Program functions much like a research support agency. It is administered by the IEEE Industry Applications Society through its Zucker Grant Committee with the consent of the IEEE Foundation.

The project must be designed to produce publishable results in one year (12 months). The preferred period of performance (for these 12 months) is September 1st through August 31st of the following year. The funding is such that approximately two grants, not exceeding $25,000 each, can be awarded during each annual proposal cycle. This endowment is the programs only funding source; no other sources, including IEEE membership dues, are used.

Each project must be under the primary direction of a person who holds a full-time regular academic appointment on the engineering teaching faculty of an institution of higher education. This individual must be a member of IEEE. This is to be strictly enforced by the IEEE Foundation and any entries that do not meet this criteria will be rejected.

Myron Zucker Student Faculty Grant Program Previous Winners

2019

  • ·         Compact, Reliable, and Robust Gan-Based Active Rectifiers for More Electric Aircrafts, Kansas State University.  Faculty Advisor:  Mohammad Shadmand
  • ·         Fractal-based approach for direct-stroke shielding of substations against lightning, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.  Faculty Advisor:  Thomas Tsovilis, Assistant Professor

2018

  • ·         Power Grid Resilience to Extreme Weather Conditions:  Unlocking the Full Potential of Grid-Scale Renewables and Battery Storages – George Washington University USA
  • ·         Development of a New Internet of Things (IoT) Network and Cybersecurity Framework toward Wireless Battery Management Systems in Cyber Physical Environments, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, USA 

2017

  • ·         High Density Wide Band Gap Based Variable Frequency Power Factor Correction AC/DC Rectifier for More Electric Aircraft, Concordia University, Canada - Academic Advisor:  Akshay Kumar Rathore. 
  • ·         Condition Monitoring and Fault Diagnosis for Induction Motors, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada- Academic Advisor:  Dr. Xiaodong Liang.  

📅 Deadline of Application: 31 March 2020

🏆 List of submitted projects 2019: TBA

For Reference: List of submitted projects 2018

 

  

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IAS CMD Student Robotics Demonstration Contest 2019

Managed by Sumit Chhabria, Robotics Demonstration Contest Subcommittee Chair

📅 Submissions' due date and time: March 15, 2019, 12:00 noon PST (Pacific Standard Time)

🏆 CONTEST WINNERS 2019

For Reference: CONTEST WINNERS 2018

 

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IAS CMD Humanitarian Contest 2019

Managed by Usman MunawarHumanitarian Contest Subcommittee Chair

📅 Submissions' due date and time: March 15, 2019, 12:00 noon PST (Pacific Standard Time)

🏆 CONTEST WINNERS 2019

For Reference: CONTEST WINNERS 2018