AWARDS

IEEE ITSS Awards Call for Nominations

​Submission Deadline for the IEEE ITSS awards: August 15, 2021

Please submit the nomination materials by email before the deadline to Chunzhao Guo, ITSS Vice President for Membership, at chunzhao.guo@tri.global.

Previous years nominations will be considered, if the candidates actively express their interest or an updated nomination with the most recent achievements is sent.

You can check the 2020 results over here.

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I. IEEE ITS Awards

 

Purpose and Selection Criteria

 

The prestigious

 

are conferred annually to honor ITS researchers, practitioners, and research/development teams who have made significant contributions to research in ITS related fields (for ITS Research Award), developed and deployed successful ITS systems or implementations (for ITS Application Award), and demonstrated leadership in promoting ITS technologies (for ITS Institutional Lead Award). These awards have been established to recognize, promote, and publicize major research contributions, application innovations with real-world impact, and ITS institutional leadership.

IEEE ITS Young Researcher/Engineer Award is in place to recognize early career contributions and leadership in research and/or application in ITS related fields. Eligible applicants should not be older than 40 years.

 

Nomination Materials

 

Each application must consist of the following materials:

  1. Nomination form

  2. 3 reference letters from recognized peer researchers/practitioners.

 

Evaluation

A dedicated selection committee will evaluate all qualified nominations for these IEEE ITS Awards.  Awards will be announced at the ITSC conference where the recipients will give featured presentations of their work.

II. IEEE ITSS Best Ph.D. Dissertation Award

 

Purpose and Selection Criteria

 

The IEEE ITSS Best Dissertation Award is given annually for the best dissertation in any ITS area that is innovative and relevant to practice. This award is established to encourage doctoral research that combines theory and practice, makes in-depth technical contributions, or is interdisciplinary in nature, having the potential to contribute to the ITSS and broaden the ITS topic areas from either the methodological or application perspectives.

 

 

Nomination Materials

 

Each application must consist of the following materials:

 

  1. A doctoral dissertation written by the applicant in any language, no more than 18 months prior to the submission deadline.

  2. A summary of the dissertation in English of up to 3 pages in length written by the Ph.D. candidate, highlighting the significance of the problem, the technical approach taken, application context and potential, and the scope of the dissertation.

  3. Sample published paper(s) in English based on the dissertation written primarily by the Ph.D. candidate in scientific journals such as the IEEE Transactions on ITS, the IEEE ITS Magazine, or IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Vehicles.

  4. Listing of all publications by the applicant in the related field(s).

  5. A letter of recommendation from the applicant’s dissertation advisor that assesses the significance of the research, attests to the originality of the work, and comments on the engagement of the applicant in the ITS field and the IEEE ITS Society.

 

Prize and Presentation

 

The winners will receive a cash prize and invitation to be recognized and present their work at the ITSC conference. Awardees’ work will be featured in ITSS Transactions, ITS Magazine, and ITS Newsletter, when appropriate.

Winners receive a cash prize of $2000 for first place, $1000 for second place, and $500 for third place.

 

Evaluation

 

A dedicated selection committee will evaluate all qualified applications for the IEEE ITS Best Ph.D. Dissertation Awards and make selections.