Congratulations to the Class of 2014
The IEEE Fellow Award is a special recognition for Members with extraordinary accomplishments in the IEEE technical fields. To ensure that the recognition is extraordinary, the total number of recipients each year cannot exceed 0.1% of the total higher-grade IEEE membership.
The Class of 2014
As chair of the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) Fellows Committee, I congratulate the following outstanding PES members for their accomplishments.
For leadership in high voltage dc transmission systems, ac power electronics, and reactive power compensation.
For contributions to the development of generator and transformer standards for life-cycle planning and risk assessment.
For contributions to the development of waveform-based analytics for electric power distribution.
For leadership in standards development for design, testing, and utilization of electrical equipment for the nuclear power industry.
For contributions to the development of advanced materials and device technologies for vacuum microelectronics and field emission displays.
For contributions to power distribution and renewable energy systems.
For the development and implementation of energy and market management systems for control centers.
For contributions to grid-connected pumped storage hydro systems.
For the development of probabilistic techniques in power system reliability evaluation.
For contributions to frequency-domain modeling techniques.
For contributions to testing and commissioning of flexible ac transmission systems.
For contributions to electric power generation, conversion, and control in aircraft.
For contributions to the development of power converters and machine drives.
For contributions in power systems data analytics to improve grid reliability.
For leadership in renewable and distributed energy systems integration in the electric power system.
For contributions to modeling and the analysis of electric power distribution systems and lightning protection.
For leadership in the design, development, and operation of competitive wholesale electricity markets.
For contributions to the direct torque control of integrated permanent magnet machines.
(deceased 15 October 2013)
For contributions to the uninterruptible power supply industry and battery.
For contributions to applied probablistic model checking for system design.
For contributions to high power density electric machines for renewable energy and aerospace applications.
For applications of neural networks for power engineering.
For contributions to computing technology for power system analysis and control.
For contributions to the application of intelligent systems to power systems.
For contributions to power system protective relaying, communications systems, and teleprotection.