IEEE Nikola Tesla Award
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|IEEE Nikola Tesla Award|
|Awarded for||Outstanding contributions to the generation and utilization of electric power|
|Presented by||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers|
|Website||IEEE Nikola Tesla Award|
The IEEE Nikola Tesla Award is a Technical Field Award given annually to an individual or team that has made an outstanding contribution to the generation or utilization of electric power. It is awarded by the Board of Directors of the IEEE. The award is named in honor of Nikola Tesla. This award may be presented to an individual or a team.
The award was established in 1975, and its first recipient was Leon T. Rosenberg, who was given the award in 1976 "for his half-century of development and design of large steam turbine driven generators and his important contributions to literature." The actual award is a plaque and honorarium.
Recipients up to 2017
- 2017 - Adel Razek, Senior Research Director (Emeritus) and Professor (Honorary), The National Center for Scientific Research CNRS and CentraleSupelec, Gif Sur Yvette, France
- For contributions to coupled multiphysics modeling and design of electromagnetic systems.
- 2016 - Bruno Lequesne, President, E-Motors Consulting, LLC, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, USA
- For contributions to the design and analysis of actuators, sensors, and motors for automotive applications.
- 2015 - Ion Gheorghe Boldea, Professor Emeritus, Politehnica University of Timișoara, Timișoara, Romania
- For contributions to the design and control of rotating and linear electric machines for industry applications.
- 2014 - Hamid A. Toliyat, Texas A&M University (College Station, Texas)
- For contributions to the design, analysis, and control of fault-tolerant multiphase electric machines.
- 2013 - Norio Takahashi (scientist)|Norio Takahashi, Okayama University (Okayama, Japan)
- For contributions to finite element modeling, analysis, and optimal design tools of electrical machines.
- 2012 - Manoj R. Shah, General Electric (Niskayuna, New York)
- For advancements in electromagnetic design and analysis of electrical machines.
- 2011 - Nady Boules, General Motors (Warren, Michigan)
- For contributions to the design, analysis and optimization of permanent magnet machines and for advancing their utilization in the automotive industry."
- 2010 - Paul C. Krause, Purdue University (West Lafayette, Indiana)
- For outstanding contributions to the analysis of electric machinery using reference frame theory.
- 2009 - Donald Wayne Novotny, University of Wisconsin–Madison (Madison, Wisconsin)
- For pioneering contributions to the analysis and understanding of ac machine dynamic behavior and performance in adjustable-speed drives.
- 2008 - Timothy J. E. Miller, University of Glasgow (Glasgow, Scotland)
- For outstanding contributions to the advancement of computer-based design and analysis of electric machines and their industrial dissemination.
- 2007 - Thomas W. Nehl, Delphi Research Labs (Shelby Township, Michigan)
- For pioneering contributions to the simulation and design of electromechanical drives and actuators for automotive applications.
- 2006 - Konrad Reichert, ETH Zentrum (Zurich, Switzerland)
- For contributions to the development of numerical methods and computer analysis and simulation of electrical machines and devices.
- 2005 - Thomas M. Jahns, Grainger Professor of Power Electronics and Electrical Machines University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin
- For pioneering contributions to the design and application of AC permanent magnet machines.
- 2004 - Sheppard Joel Salon, Professor, Electrical, Computers, and Systems Engineering Department, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, New York
- For pioneering and outstanding contributions to transient finite element computation of electric machines coupled to electronic circuits; and to electro-mechanical devices.
- 2003 - Austin H. Bonnett, Retired-Vice President Technology Emeritus, Emerson Electric, Elec Apparatus Service Association (EASA), Natitional Electric Manufacturers Association (NEMA), Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), and United States Department of Energy and Affiliates (DOE)
- For leadership in the development and application of design standards, maintenance technology, and operating practices to optimize induction motor performance.
- 2002 - James L Kirtley Jr, Professor, Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, Massachusetts
- For contributions to the theoretical analysis, design, and construction of high performance rotating electric machinery, including superconducting turbogenerators.
- 2001 - Steve Williamson, University of Manchester - Manchester, United Kingdom
- For the development of advanced mathematical models and computational tools for induction machine design.
- 2000 - Syed Abu Nasar, University of Kentucky - Lexington, Kentucky
- For leadership in the research, development and design of linear and rotating machines, and contributions to electrical engineering education.
- 1999 - Nabeel Aly Omar Demerdash, Professor and Past Chairman of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- For pioneering contributions to electric machine and drive system design using coupled finite-element and electrical network models.
- 1998 - Paul Dandeno, University of Toronto - Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- For contribution to modelling and application of synchronous machines, power system controls, and stability analysis.
- 1997 - Prabhashankar Kundur, Powertech Labs Inc. - Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
- For contribution to modeling and application of synchronous machines, power system controls, and stability analysis.
- 1996 - John A. Tegopoulos, National Technical University of Athens - Athens, Greece
- For pioneering contributions in electrical machine design.
- 1995 - Thomas A. Lipo, University of Wisconsin–Madison
- For pioneering contributions to the simulation and application of electric machinery in solid-state ac motor drives.
- 1994 - Carl Flick, Techno-Lexic - Winter Park, Florida, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Orlando, Florida
- For long-term creative contributions and leadership in the design and development of advanced high-speed generators.
- 1993 - Madabushi V. K. Chari, General Electric Co. - Schenectady, New York
- For pioneering contributions to finite element computations of nonlinear electromagnetic fields for design and analysis of electric machinery.
- 1992 - Thomas Herbert Barton, University of Calgary, Canada
- For the practical application of the generalized theory of electrical machines to A.C. and D.C. drives.
- 1991 - Michel E. Poloujadoff, Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris, France
- For contributions to the theory of electrical machinery and its application to linear induction motors.
- 1990 - Gordon R. Slemon, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- For application of modeling in electric power equipment and technical leadership in power education.
- 1989 - Dietrich R. Lambrecht, Siemens AG - Ruhr, W. Germany
- For leadership and contributions to advances in large turbine generator design, construction, and application.
- 1988 - Edward I. King, Westinghouse Electric Corporation. - Orlando, Florida
- For contributions to computer-aided analysis and design of large rotating machinery.
- 1987 - J. Coleman White, Electric Power Research Institute - Palo Alto, CA
- For contributions to the research, development, and design of ac and dc rotating machines.
- 1986 - Eric R. Laithwaite, The Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine - London, England
- For contributions to the development and understanding of electric machines and especially of the linear induction motor.
- 1985 - Eugene C. Whitney, Westinghouse Electric Corporation - Pittsburgh, PA
- For outstanding contributions to the development, design, and construction of large rotating electric machinery.
- 1984 - Herbert H. Woodson, University of Texas at Austin - Austin, Texas
- For contributions to power generation technology particularly in superconducting generators and magnetohydrodynamic generators.
- 1983 - NO AWARD
- 1982 - Sakae Yamamura, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
- For contributions to the theory of linear induction motors and the development of magnetic levitation of track vehicles.
- 1981 - Dean B. Harrington, General Electric Co. - Schenectady, New York
- For contributions to the design, development and performance analysis of large steam turbine-generators.
- 1980 - Philip H. Trickey, Duke University - Durham, North Carolina
- For advancement in the development and application of Tesla's theories through precise designs of small induction machines.
- 1979 - John W. Batchelor, Westinghouse Electric Corporation - E. Pittsburgh, PA
- For contributions to the design of large turbine driven generators and the development of related international standards.
- 1978 - Charles H. Holley, General Electric Co. - Schenectady, New York
- For contributions to the evolution of turbine generator designs with achievement in performance and reliability.
- 1977 - Cyril G. Veinott, University of Missouri
- For his leadership in development and application of small induction motors.
- 1976 - Leon T. Rosenberg, Allis-Chalmers Pwr. Sys. Inc. - West Allis, WI
- For his half-century of development and design of large steam turbine driven generators and his important contributions to literature.
- "IEEE IEEE Nikola Tesla Award Recipients". www.ieee.org. Retrieved 9 December 2016.
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, "Past to present : a century of honors : the first hundred years of award winners, honorary members, past presidents, and fellows of the Institute / the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.". New York, IEEE Press, c1984. ISBN 0-87942-177-0