TC-CPS 

Technical Achievement Award

The IEEE TCCPS Technical Achievement Award recognizes significant and sustained contributions to the cyber-physical system (CPS) community through the IEEE Technical Committee on Cyber-Physical Systems (TCCPS). The award is based on the impact of high-quality research made by the awardee throughout the lifetime. It consists of a plaque and a citation. The award is presented at one of the major conferences co-sponsored by a member society of IEEE Systems Council.

Awardees:


Distinguished Leadership Award

The IEEE TCCPS Distinguished Leadership Award recognizes those individuals who have exhibited exemplary and substantive leadership of an extraordinary nature in implementing activities that support the cyber-physical system (CPS) community at the local, regional, national, and/or international level. The awardee is expected to make a distinguishing contribution to IEEE with “significant performance”. The award is based on volunteering for IEEE and the CPS community, instead of professional achievements. It consists of a plaque and a citation. The award is presented at one of the major conferences co-sponsored by a member society of IEEE Systems Council.

Awardees:


Mid-Career Award

The IEEE TCCPS Mid-Career Award recognizes a mid-career researcher from either academia or industry who has demonstrated outstanding contributions to the field of cyber-physical system (CPS) in his/her career development. The award selection committee will particularly emphasize the significance and impacts of the research work led by the nominee. The award consists of a plaque and a citation. It is presented at one of the major conferences co-sponsored by a member society of IEEE Systems Council.


Early-Career Award

The IEEE TCCPS Early-Career Award recognizes a junior researcher from either academia or industry who has demonstrated outstanding contributions to the field of cyber-physical system (CPS) in the early stage of his/her career development. The award selection committee will particularly emphasize the significance and impacts of the research work led by the nominee. The award consists of a plaque and a citation. It is presented at one of the major conferences co-sponsored by a member society of IEEE Systems Council.

Awardees:

  • 2017: Qi Zhu, University of California at Riverside.


Ten-Year Retrospective Most Influential Paper Award

The IEEE TCCPS Ten-Year Retrospective Most Influential Paper Award recognizes a conference or journal paper judged to be the most influential on research and industrial practice in cyber-physical system (CPS) over the past 10 years. The award consists of a plaque and a citation. It is presented at one of the major conferences co-sponsored by a member society of IEEE Systems Council.





TCCPS award chair

 

Xin Li

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Duke University
USA

Email: xinli.ece@duke.edu