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2016 Sensors Council Award Winners

The 2016 Technical Achievement Award (Early Career)

Name of the winner Credits
Dr. Ravinder S. Dahiya, University of Glasgow
Ravinder “For outstanding contributions to Tactile Sensing and Electronic Skin in Robotics.”

The 2016 Technical Achievement Award (Advanced Career)

Name of the winner Credits
Dr. Xin Zhang, Boston University
Xin “For distinguished contributions to the field of micro/nanoelectromechanical systems, addressing a wide range of important problems in advanced materials, biophotonics and energy.”

The 2016 Technical Achievement Award in the area of Sensor Systems or Networks (Early Career)

Name of the winner Credits
Dr. Changzhi Li, Texas Tech University
Changzhi “For contributions to low-power smart radar sensors for healthcare applications.”

The 2016 Technical Achievement Award in the area of Sensor Systems or Networks (Advanced Career)

Name of the winner Credits
Dr. Sandro Carrara, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
Sandro “For design of nanoscale biological CMOS sensory systems and for leadership in the emerging area of co-design in Bio/Nano/CMOS interfaces for sensing. In this new domain, the design of the electronic front-end is developed together with a detailed design of the biological and nano-structured films incorporated in the sensors.”

The 2016 Young Professionals Award

Name of the winner Credits
Dr. Alper Bozkurt, North Carolina State University
Alper “For his outstanding research, teaching, and outreach performance, including his leadership in innovating novel bionic cyberphysical systems using microelectronic and MEMS based neural and hemodynamic interfaces with various biological organisms to provide sensing and actuation solutions to engineering problems from healthcare to security.”

Sensors Council Certificate of Distinction

Name of the winner Credits
Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay
Subhas “for authoring the paper: Wearable Sensors for Human Activity monitoring: A Review in IEEE Sensors Journal, Vol. 15, Issue 3, 2015. The most accessed paper between December 2014 and May 2016, attracting more than 10,000 full text views”

Sensors Journal Best Performing Topical Editor

Name of the winner
Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay
Subhas

Sensors Journal Best Performing Associate Editors

Name of the winner
 

  • Anna Grazia Mignani
  • Ashish Pandharipande
  • Kazuaki Sawada

 

  • Anna
  • Ashish
  • Kyoin