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Uno Lamm High Voltage Direct Current Award

IEEE PES Uno Lamm High Voltage Direct Current Award

Call For Nominations for the Award

Deadline: 30 November

The IEEE Power & Energy Society calls for the nomination of outstanding individuals to receive the IEEE PES Uno Lamm High-Voltage Direct-Current (HVDC) Award. This award recognizes outstanding contributions to HVDC technology. The technology has developed into an effective power system tool for long-distance energy transport, ac network interconnections, and system stability enhancement. These developments have come from the work of dedicated engineers and scientists in many countries throughout the world.

The Award: The award consists of a bronze medal, an engraved certificate, and an honorarium of $1,000. The award is named for the man most responsible for the research and development that led to the first practical application of an HVDC connection between ac systems.

Eligibility and Selection: Persons in the electric power engineering international community who have been or are heavily involved in the development and advancement of HVDC technology shall be eligible to receive this Award. Membership in the IEEE or the Power & Energy Society is not a prerequisite. Selection factors include:

Candidate Achievements

Candidate’s technical accomplishments relating to HVDC

Originality or innovative  nature of the contributions

Impact of the contributions on HVDC technology and on energy transport in general

Achievements in other fields

Professional leadership.

Nomination: The Nomination Form is available for download in two formats:

Download Nomination Forms: Word File
Download Nomination Forms: PDF Version

A nomination written in English on behalf of each candidate along with not more than five reference letters must be received as a single complete  package by the IEEE PES Uno Lamm High-Voltage Direct-Current Committee chair on or before 30 November to be considered for the award (to be made during the PES General Meeting).  The selection factors should be carefully considered during the preparation of nominations and reference letters.  They must be complete and provide sufficient information to establish the candidate’s individual contributions and role in HVDC.


Send the nomination package to

Dennis Woodford, P.Eng.,
Electranix Corporation,
Suite 12, 75 Scurfield Blvd.,
Winnipeg, MB R3Y 1G4,
Canada
Phone: +1 204 953 1832
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
With a copy to the PES Executive Office
Attn: Shanon Nason
445 Hoes Lane
Piscataway, NJ 08854
or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

Please contact Mr. Woodford if you have questions.

 

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