IEEE Fellow is the highest grade of Institute membership, conferred only by election by the Board of Directors. Candidates must be senior members with at least five years of IEEE membership. The nominator is responsible for preparing the formal nomination form; identifying five to eight IEEE Fellows, capable of assessing the candidate’s contributions, who agree to serve as references; identifying an IEEE Society or Council whose evaluating committee will assess the candidate’s technical qualifications and contributions. All material is sent to the Fellows Committee, which must review all nominations and assessments, and prepare a ranked list. The total number of Fellow recommendations each year cannot exceed 0.1% of IEEE membership, exclusive of Students and Associates.
TEC Members Elevated to Fellow in 2021
for contributions to multimedia protocols and internet standards
for contributions to machine learning based cybersecurity for critical infrastructures
for contributions to iterative learning control of motor drives
TEC Members Elevated to Fellow in 2020
KaWai E Cheng
for contribution to electric vehicle technology and switched capacitor power conversion
Victor K Huang
for leadership in the development of microprocessors in mobility products
for contributions to resource allocation in wireless interference networks
for contributions to transportation electrification and wireless charging of electric vehicles
for contributions to electric energy storage systems for transportation electrification
for contributions to power quality and grid storage
Membership Committee Chair
The volunteers in this committee will take part in the member analysis, communication, and service affairs, organize member activities in your regions. The volunteers also can do an introduction of TEC and organize member communication meetings in the main academic conferences of IEEE.
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