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Technical Award Qualifications
What are the Requirements to Be Considered for this Award?
The Instrumentation and Measurement Society Award is given to an individual or group of individuals for outstanding contribution or leadership in advancing instrumentation design or measurement technique. The selection criteria for the nominee are based on substantive documentation and tangible evidence of achievement submitted by the nominators.
Who Can Submit an Application?
Any person with demonstrative and substantive achievement in the field of instrumentation and measurement may be nominated for the I&M Society Award. Membership in the IEEE is NOT a prerequisite.
Invitations for nominations for this Award will be in the fall and winter issues of the I&M Magazine. Any I&M Society member in good standing may submit a nomination to the Chair of the Awards and Membership Recognition Committee on or before April 30 of each year. The Society Awards Subcommittee will supply an appropriate nomination form.
The Award need not be made if a suitable candidate is not nominated.
Who Makes the Selection?
The recommendation of the Society Awards Subcommittee is submitted to the AdCom for approval. After AdCom's acceptance of this recommendation, the President of the Society, or a designated representative will present the Award to the recipient in an appropriate ceremony suitable for the occasion. The I&M Society President will be asked to notify and congratulate the award winner.
The prize is a Certificate and $2000. In addition, the recipient may be reimbursed for travel expenses, not exceeding $1000, to attend the ceremony during which the award is presented. The honorarium and travel expenses are shared pro rata if there are multiple recipients and attendees. This prize is funded by the I&M Society.
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