ASME-DSCD Best Conference Paper

Established by Mechatronics TC (2007 Award Chair: Kok-Meng Lee)

 

Established in 2007 and administered by the Technical Committee (TC) on Mechatronics of ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Division (DSCD), the purpose of the awards are to recognize the best original paper in the area of mechatronics presented at a DSCD-sponsored event in the calendar year preceding the award.  Two awards are given each year; ASME DSCD Best Conference Paper on Mechatronics and ASME DSCD Best Student Conference Paper Award on Mechatronics.  (See Past Award Winners)

 

To be considered for the 2015 awards, the paper must appear in the proceedings of one of the following conferences:

IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics

American Control Conference

ASME DSCD Dynamic Systems and Control Conference

ISCIE/ASME International Symposium on Flexible Automation

 

The ASME DSCD Best Conference Paper on Mechatronics award is given to the best original paper in the area of mechatronics presented at a DSCD-sponsored event.  A nominating letter should briefly explain the importance of the paper and its worthiness for recognition. The authors of the winning paper must be members of the ASME DSCD at the time of nominations. They will share a $750 prize and will each receive a certificate honoring their achievement. The award will be presented at the 2014 Dynamic Systems and Control Conference.

 

The ASME DSCD Best Student Paper on Mechatronics award is given to the best original paper in the area of mechatronics written primarily by a student author and presented at a DSCD-sponsored event. A nominating letter should identify the student author, and briefly explain the importance of the paper and its worthiness for recognition. The letter should include a certification by the student’s advisor that (a) the designated author was a student at the time the paper was submitted, (b) the nominee is a member or student member of ASME DSCD, and (c) the student author is responsible for the main technical contribution and the majority of the writing. The winning student author will receive a $750 prize and a certificate honoring his or her achievement. The award will be presented at the 2014 Dynamic Systems and Control Conference.

 

Nominations for the 2015 awards, as well as further inquiries, should be sent to

Xiaobo Tan  <XBTan@egr.msu.edu>

ASME DSCD Technical Committee on Mechatronics Awards Commitee: Xiaobo Tan (Chair),

Joseph Beaman, Jordan Berg, Roberto Horowitz, and Jingang Yi

 

Nomination deadline: June 15, 2015.