Control Systems Technology Award

To a team or individual for an outstanding control systems technology contribution in either design and implementation, or project management.

Award Information
Prize: 
$2,000, Galvanic (photo engraved) plaque for each recipient, and travel expenses to the CDC for one recipient (round trip restricted (minimal) coach air fare, conference registration and up to 4 conference-rate hotel-nights for a 3-day conference, and up to 5 conference-rate hotel-nights for a 4-day conference). If the prize is awarded to a group, members of the group will equally split the cash portion of the prize.
Funding: 
Funded by the IEEE Control Systems Society.
Presentation: 
At the Awards Ceremony of the CSS.
Eligibility: 
Either an individual or a team.
Award Nomination
Nomination Deadline: 
May 15 of each year.
Nomination: 

Nominations and reference letters are due by May 15 and must be submitted using the CSS Awards Nomination system at awards.paperplaza.net. Please download the nomination form and follow the instructions.

Award Recipients

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2016
"For the development of an advanced battery management system accounting for electro-thermo-mechanical phenomena."
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2016
"For the development of an advanced battery management system accounting for electro-thermo-mechanical phenomena."
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2016
"For the development of an advanced battery management system accounting for electro-thermo-mechanical phenomena."
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2016
"For the development of an advanced battery management system accounting for electro-thermo-mechanical phenomena."
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2016
"For the development of an advanced battery management system accounting for electro-thermo-mechanical phenomena."
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2016
"For the development of an advanced battery management system accounting for electro-thermo-mechanical phenomena."
Nathan Van De Wouw Headshot Photo
2015
For the Development and Application of Variable-Gain Control techniques for High-Performance Motion Systems.
2015
For the Development and Application of Variable-Gain Control techniques for High-Performance Motion Systems.
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2015
For the Development and Application of Variable-Gain Control techniques for High-Performance Motion Systems.
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2015
For the Development and Application of Variable-Gain Control techniques for High-Performance Motion Systems.
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2014
for their work, in a 15 year collaboration with Rubicon Water of Australia, for the development and implementation of controls for irrigation channels and water management, as embodied in Rubicon's Total Channel Control product
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2014
for their work, in a 15 year collaboration with Rubicon Water of Australia, for the development and implementation of controls for irrigation channels and water management, as embodied in Rubicon's Total Channel Control product
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2014
for their work, in a 15 year collaboration with Rubicon Water of Australia, for the development and implementation of controls for irrigation channels and water management, as embodied in Rubicon's Total Channel Control product
2012
for the design, implementation and commercialization of the OnRAMP Design Suite for Powertrain Control
2012
for the design, implementation and commercialization of the OnRAMP Design Suite for Powertrain Control
2012
for the design, implementation and commercialization of the OnRAMP Design Suite for Powertrain Control
2012
for the design, implementation and commercialization of the OnRAMP Design Suite for Powertrain Control
Greg Stewart
2012
for the design, implementation and commercialization of the OnRAMP Design Suite for Powertrain Control
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2012
for the design, implementation and commercialization of the OnRAMP Design Suite for Powertrain Control