Awards in our Technical Committee

Outstanding Leadership Award

The IEEE TCSDM Outstanding Leadership Award recognizes those individuals who have exhibited exemplary and substantive leadership of an extraordinary nature in implementing activities that support the secure and dependable measurement and systems at the local, regional, national, and/or international level. The awardee is expected to make a distinguishing contribution to IEEE with “significant performance”. The award is based on volunteering for IEEE community, instead of professional achievements. It consists of a plaque and a citation.

Eligibility:

The candidate must be an IEEE member in good standing.

Nomination:

The nomination should be proposed by someone other than the nominee. The nomination package must be emailed to the TCSDM award chair (Subject: IEEE TCSDM Outstanding Leadership Award), including the following details:

  • Nominee: list name, affiliation, postal address, email address, and phone number.

  • Nominator: list name, affiliation, postal address, email address, and phone number.

  • Citation: provide a brief citation (30 words or less) precisely stating the significant contributions of the nominee.

  • Nomination letter: describe the significant activities and contributions as well as their impacts (less than 1000 words).

  • Support letter: provide three letters of recommendation to support the nomination. Support letter cannot be written by nominator or nominee.

Awardee:

  • 2022: Dacheng Tao, JD Explore Academy and University of Sydney
    ‘‘ For pioneering contributions and outstanding leadership in fundamental developments of trustworthy artificial intelligence.’’

  • 2021: Helen Li, Duke University
    ‘‘ For dedicated and exemplary leadership in proactively promoting technologies for security and reliability of intelligent systems and fostering a culture of inclusion and diversity.’’

Mid-Career Award

The IEEE TCSDM Mid-Career Award recognizes a mid-career researcher from either academia or industry who has demonstrated outstanding contributions to the field of secure and dependable measurement and systems in his/her career development. The award selection committee will particularly emphasize the significance and impacts of the research work led by the nominee. The award consists of a plaque and a citation.

Eligibility:

The candidate must be an IEEE member in good standing. He/she must be within 15 years receiving his/her highest university degree before the nomination year.

Nomination:

The nomination should be proposed by someone other than the nominee. The nomination package must be emailed to the TCSDM award chair (Subject: IEEE TCSDM Mid-Career Award), including the following details:

  • Nominee: list name, affiliation, postal address, email address, phone number and date receiving the highest university degree.

  • Nominator: list name, affiliation, postal address, email address, and phone number.

  • Citation: provide a brief citation (30 words or less) precisely stating the significant contributions of the nominee.

  • Nomination letter: describe the technical contributions as well as their significance and impacts (less than 1000 words).

  • Curriculum vitae: attach a current CV of nominee.

  • Support letter: provide three letters of recommendation to support the nomination. Support letter cannot be written by nominator or nominee.

Awardee:

  • 2022: Kim Kwang Raymond Choo, University of Texas at San Antonio
    ‘‘ For significant contributions to the design of secure and dependable computing systems.’’

  • 2022: Bei Yu, Chinese University of Hong Kong
    ‘‘ For outstanding contributions to methodologies, algorithms and tools of machine learning in Computer System Design.’’

Early-Career Award

The IEEE TCSDM Early-Career Award recognizes a junior researcher from either academia or industry who has demonstrated outstanding contributions to the field of secure and dependable measurement and systems in the early stage of his/her career development. The award selection committee will particularly emphasize the significance and impacts of the research work led by the nominee. The award consists of a plaque and a citation.

Eligibility:

The candidate must be an IEEE member in good standing and within 7 years receiving his/her highest university degree before the nomination year.

Nomination:

The nomination should be proposed by someone other than the nominee. The nomination package must be emailed to the TCSDM award chair (Subject: IEEE TCSDM Early-Career Award), including the following details:

  • Nominee: list name, affiliation, postal address, email address, phone number and date receiving the highest university degree.

  • Nominator: list name, affiliation, postal address, email address, and phone number.

  • Citation: provide a brief citation (30 words or less) precisely stating the significant contributions of the nominee.

  • Nomination letter: describe the technical contributions as well as their significance and impacts (less than 1000 words).

  • Curriculum vitae: attach a current CV of nominee.

  • Support letter: provide three letters of recommendation to support the nomination. Support letter cannot be written by nominator or nominee.

Awardee:

  • 2022: Fei Teng, Imperial College London
    ‘‘ For contribution to the theory, design, and implementation of proactive defence technologies for the secure measurement in power grid.’’

  • 2022: Bo Yuan, Rutgers University
    ‘‘ For contribution to develop fault-tolerant and efficient signal processing and machine learning techniques for reliable, secure and low-cost sensing and computing systems.’’

  • 2021: Yanzhi Wang, Northeastern University
    ‘‘ For contribution to deep learning model compression and real-time, mobile deep learning/AI acceleration for precise calibration.’’

Young Professional Award

The IEEE TCSDM Young Professional Award recognizes a junior researcher from either academia or industry who has demonstrated outstanding contributions to the field of secure and dependable measurement and systems in the early stage of his/her career development. The award selection committee will particularly emphasize the significance and impacts of the research work led by the nominee. The award consists of a plaque and a citation.

Eligibility:

The candidate must be an IEEE member in good standing and within 5 years receiving his/her highest university degree before the nomination year.

Nomination:

The nomination should be proposed by someone other than the nominee. The nomination package must be emailed to the TCSDM award chair (Subject: IEEE TCSDM Young Professional Award), including the following details:

  • Nominee: list name, affiliation, postal address, email address, phone number and date receiving the highest university degree.

  • Nominator: list name, affiliation, postal address, email address, and phone number.

  • Citation: provide a brief citation (30 words or less) precisely stating the significant contributions of the nominee.

  • Nomination letter: describe the technical contributions as well as their significance and impacts (less than 1000 words).

  • Curriculum vitae: attach a current CV of nominee.

  • Support letter: provide three letters of recommendation to support the nomination. Support letter cannot be written by nominator or nominee.

Awardee:

  • 2022: Kun Cao, Jinan University
    ‘‘ For contribution to the end–edge–cloud fusion and integration for dependable cyber-physical systems.’’

  • 2021: Keke Huang, Central South University
    ‘‘ For contributions to the theory, design, and implementation of dependable industrial systems.’’

Industrial Technical Excellence Award

The IEEE TCSDM Industrial Technical Excellence Award recognizes a team of individuals who have conducted a substantive project which made exemplary contributions in terms of technology transfer of advanced secure and dependable measurement and system technologies or the closely related enabling technologies at the national and/or international level. Through this project, the awardee is expected to make a distinguishing impact of technology transfer with documented evidence. The award consists of a plaque and a citation.

Eligibility:

The main candidate in the team must be an IEEE member in good standing.

Nomination:

The nomination should be proposed by someone who is familiar with the team and the project being nominated. The nomination package must be emailed to the TCSDM industrial award chair (Subject: IEEE TCSDM Industrial Technical Excellence Award), including the following details:

  • Nominee(s): list name, affiliation, postal address, email address, and phone number.

  • Nominator: list name, affiliation, postal address, email address, and phone number.

  • Citation: provide a brief citation (35 words or less) precisely stating the significant industrial impact of the project.

  • Nomination letter: describe the significant contributions and impacts in terms of technology transfer.

  • Support letter(s): provide the evidences or official reports from the third parties to demonstrate the societal impact of the technology transfer and the revenue generated from the industrial deployment of the project outcomes.

Awardee:

  • 2022: Jiye Wang, Ruoyun Hu, Baiqiang Shen, Gang Sun, Bing Ai, Qiming Zhao, Yongjia Zhou, Sheng Ye
    ‘‘ For contribution to the technological breakthroughs in secure multi-agent data fusion and sharing, secure and agile development of data products, and improved decision-making for cyber-physical power systems ’’

Outstanding Ph.D. Dissertation Award

The IEEE TCSDM Outstanding Ph.D. Dissertation Award recognizes outstanding Ph.D. dissertations which have contributed significantly to to the field of secure and dependable measurement and systems. The award consists of a plaque and a citation.

Eligibility:

The candidate must be within 2 years receiving his/her highest university degree by the nomination deadline.

Nomination:

The nomination should be proposed by someone other than the nominee. The nomination package must be emailed to the TCSDM award chair (Subject: IEEE TCSDM Outstanding Ph.D. Dissertation Award), including the following details:

  • Nominee: list name, affiliation, postal address, email address, phone number and date receiving the highest university degree.

  • Nominator: list name, affiliation, postal address, email address, and phone number.

  • Citation: provide a brief citation (30 words or less) precisely stating the significant contributions of the nominee.

  • Nomination letter: describe the technical contributions as well as their significance and impacts in the Ph.D. dissertation (less than 1000 words).

  • Curriculum vitae: attach a current CV of nominee.

  • Support letter: provide three letters of recommendation to support the nomination. Support letter cannot be written by nominator or nominee.



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