The 2012 Technical Achievement Award
Name of the winner Credits
Wen H. Ko, Case Western Reserve University Wen-H.-Ko For five decades of contributions to the international sensor community, featuring research achievements in microelectronics, implantable biomedical sensors, telemetry, biomedical instruments, microelectromechanical systems, and micropackaging technology.
The 2012 Meritorious Service Award
Name of the winner Credits
Lina Sarro, Delft University of Technology lina For contributions to the IEEE Sensors Conference, including serving as Technical Program Chair of the first three Sensors conferences, and setting the quality standards for the conference review process, thus making a large impact on the conference success.
The 2012 Early Career GOLD Award
Name of the winner Credits
Sinéad O’Keeffe, University of Limerick Sinead For contributions to optical fiber sensors for radiation monitoring, particularly in patient monitoring during radiotherapy, and leadership in European efforts to develop reliable and standardized optical fiber sensors for safety and security applications.
The 2012 Sensors Journal Best Paper Award
Name of the winners Credits
  1. Youfu Li, City University of Hong Kong
  2. Shengyong Chen, Zhejiang University of Technology
Paper: For the paper entitled, “Determination of Stripe Edge Blurring for Depth Sensing” Volume 11, Issue 2.