Standards Medallion

Standards Medallion

Standards Medallion

The Standards Medallion is awarded for major contributions to the development of standards. Examples include but are not limited to the following:

  • Leadership in standardization of new technologies
  • Assuring achievement of standards development goals
  • Identifying opportunities to better serve the needs of standards users
  • Other contributions viewed as deserving of such recognition

Award

The award consists of a 1 1/2 inch Standards “medallion” and brass plate engraved with the recipient’s name and year of the award affixed to a 2×3 marble paperweight. It is accompanied by a framed certificate. There is no honorarium attached to this award.

Honorees

The award is presented by the IEEE SA President at the SA Awards Ceremony

  • Recipient honored at the IEEE SA Awards Ceremony (see previous ceremony)
  • Honoree highlight via press release
  • Recognition on IEEE SA website and social media post

Eligibility

Recipients need not be members of IEEE, and their contributions may be to standards of other national and international standardization bodies, providing such standards are in the fields of IEEE and constitute a significant contribution to the profession. There are no restrictions or preferences as to the nationality, race, sex, creed or age.

Nomination

Annual Deadline 31 July

Nominate a Party for this Award

Sponsorship

This award is sponsored by the IEEE Standards Association, administered by the IEEE SA Awards and Recognition Committee.

Standards Medallion Past Recipients

2021

Bob Aiello

For sustained leadership in the development of practical, advanced standards for DevOps and configuration management

Edward Au

For exceptional leadership and skill in driving the development of IEEE 802.11™ Wireless LAN standards

Matthew J. Butcher

For dedication and perseverance in contributing to, and fostering the development of, a substantially revised and improved IEEE Std C95.3™-2021

Geoffrey Garner

For contributions to and education about the standardization of timing and synchronization for telecommunications networks

S. Michael Gayle

For longtime leadership and advocacy for jointly developed IEEE and ISO/IEC JTC1 standards for systems and software engineering and software quality

Marc Holness

For pioneering contributions and leadership to describe and implement data modeling using YANG in IEEE 802®

Peter Zollman

For outstanding effort and steadfast persistence in leading the development of a substantially revised and improved IEEE C95.3™-2021

2020

János Farkas

For exceptional skill in championing the standardization development of time-sensitive networking

Wenpeng Luan

For leadership and contributions to the development of standards in the field of distributed energy resource integration

Thomas A. Prevost

For ongoing leadership and contributions to the development of IEEE transformer standards and the standards development process

Peter Reid Wilson

For leadership in standards and technology roadmapping in power electronics

2019

Doug Edwards

For outstanding achievement in circuit breaker and switchgear standards development

Kirsten Matheus

For vision, leadership, and contributions to developing automotive Ethernet networking

Pratap Mysore

For contributions to the development of standards in the field of power systems protection

Jeff Rearick

For years of tireless, enthusiastic service furthering the development efforts of IEEE standards in the test domain

Duane Remein

For contributions to access networks (EPON, EPOC, and BiDi)

Craig Schlenoff

For significant contributions to IEEE standards by serving as the associate vice president of standardization in the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, chairing the core ontologies of robotics standards group, and serving as the vice chair of the robot task representation standards group

James Edward Smith

For sustained leadership and contributions to the development of transformer standards

2018

David Chalupsky
Roy Cideciyan
Paul R. Croll
Alan Flatman
Rich Kennedy
Bernard Metzler
Stephen Shull

2017

Mark Adamiak
Alfred Asterjadhi
Jeffrey A. Burnworth
Carlos Cordeiro
Benjamin Cotts
Chengwei Dai
Victor Huang
Charles W. Johnson, Jr.
Glen Kramer
Leonardo Lima
Richard Mellitz
Bertrand Poulin
George Zimmerman

2016

Bruce B. Barrow
Kerry Blinco
Ted A. Burse
Carole C. Carey
Sudhakar E. Cherukupalli
Robert S. Fish
James R. Frysinger
Anthony Ki Cheong Ho
Abhay Karandikar
Brad Lehman
Michael J. Thompson
Mehmet Ulema
Michael W. Wactor
C.T. (Tim) Wall
Jan J. Wittenber

2015

William J. Bergman
Alfred Crouch
Chris DiMinico
Vinko Erceg
Alexander D. Gelman
Stephen Haddock
Apurva N. Mody
Paul S. Schluter

2014

Pete Anslow
Malcolm Clarke
Jean-Philippe Faure
Norman Finn
Lowell Johnson
Jim LeClare
Ken Martin
Brian Reinhold
David Stone
Philip Winstona

2013

Hanna Abdallah
Michael Bennett
Kenneth Brown
Christopher Clark
John D’Ambrosia
Wael Diab
Ramsis Girgis
Adam Healey
Oleg Logvinov
Albert Martin
Robin Tasker
James Wilson

2012

Douglas Bogia
Michael Champagne
Philip Hopkinson
James Liming
Robert Nowell
Purva Rajkotia
Anne Marie Sahazizian
Adrian Stephens

2011

Tom Alderton
Thomas Basso
Jeffrey G. Gilbert
Connie Komomua
John E. Merando, Jr.
Michael Seavey
Frank Waterer

2010

James D. Allen
Percy E. Pool

2009

John L. (Jack) Cole
Guido Guertler
Michael Johas Teener

2008

Don O. Koval
Elliot Rappaport
Donald A. Voltz

2007

Raymond C. Hill
Susan K. (Kathy) Land
Carl Lindquist
Albert R. Martin
Michael Maytum
Arthur Varanelli

2006

Brian G. Kiernan

2005

Howard I. Bassen
Carey J. Cook
C.K. Chou
John D’Andrea
T. W. Olsen
Richard A. Tell

2004

William R. Goldbach
Jean M. Baronas

2003

Kent Jaffa
Dr. Thomas McManus
Dr. Michael R. Murphy
Lorraine Kay Padden

2002

Steven P. Hensley
Eva J. Tarasiewicz

2001

Donald W. Cragun
Gary L. Goedde
Benny H. Lee
Steve Brewer
Robert M. Grow
David J. Law
Paul Nikolich
Robert B. O’Hara
Richard L. Doughty
H.R. Stewart, Jr.

2000

Thomas Hartman
Nicholas R. Rafferty

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