IEEE Fellow

Each year the IEEE designates as Fellows individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the electrical and electronics engineering profession. The CSS has two standing committees, with non-overlapping membership, that participate in the Fellow selection process. The chairs of these two committees, who must be IEEE Fellows and CSS members, are appointed by the BoG based on recommendations from the President-Elect and the Executive Committee. The chairs appoint the members of their committees.

To view recipients of IEEE Fellow prior to 2018 or to view members elevated by other Societies or Councils please visit the CSS IEEE Fellows Archive.

You can find more information regarding the IEEE Fellow Program along with a complete listing of IEEE Fellows here. A list of women CSS Fellows can be found here.

Nomination Details:

The Fellow Evaluation Committee, which should have at least six members, evaluates the achievements of those nominees whose forms are forwarded to it by their respective nominators. (Each nomination designates a relevant IEEE Society that should be asked to provide an evaluation of the candidate's achievements.) The Fellow Evaluation Committee should be composed of IEEE Fellows whose joint expertise spans the breadth of technical specialties covered by the CSS.

The Fellow Nomination Committee seeks out worthy candidates and nominators for those individuals in order to improve the pool of candidates for consideration as Fellows.


Mihailo Jovanovic

for contributions to modeling, optimization, and control of large-scale and distributed systems

Min Wu

for contribution to the field of advanced control and intelligent automation for complex systems

David Castañón

for contributions to discrete time stochastic control and information fusion

Antonis Papachristodoulou

for fundamental contributions to theory and applications of Sum of Squares Programing and networked control systems

Maurizio Porfiri

for contributions to networked control systems and biomimetic robotics

Murti Salapaka

for enabling nano-science using control and systems technologyfor enabling nano-science using control and systems technology

Maarten Steinbuch

for contributions to Advanced Motion Control, Mechatronics, Medical Robotics, and Electric Driving

Giuseppe Calafiore

for contributions to probabilistic methods for robust control design

Hitay Özbay

for contributions to robust control for infinite dimensional systems

Mark Campbell

for contributions to control and estimation theory for autonomous systems