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Description

The Vitold Belevitch Circuits and Systems Award honors the individual with fundamental contributions in the field of circuits and systems and contributions to CAS Society.  Contributions are expected to have a long-lasting impact on a field within the scope of CAS and/or open new vistas for research and development. There is a long tradition of groundbreaking work in the circuits and systems community and the award should recognize such contributions and stimulate outstanding achievements of this type. Belevitch’s development of a coherent theory of passive multiports is a master example of such a fundamental contribution. The award shall be presented biennially.

All CAS Society members are eligible for nomination. This is a biennial award to be presented at ISCAS.

Prize

$1,000 and Plaque. Maximum amount of award not to exceed $1000.

Funding

Funded by the annual budget of the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society. Award is funded via CAS Award Fund in the IEEE Foundation.

Presentation

Biennially, at the ISCAS

Basis for Judging

Quality, originality, and fundamental nature of contribution, and contributions to CAS Society.

Eligibility

Any member of the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society, regardless of membership rank or age, is eligible for the biennial Award.

Nomination Details

Previous winners of a technical achievement award of CASS society are not eligible candidates for consideration of another technical achievement award for the same work

2021

Recipient(s)
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for groundbreaking research on design-for-test of system-on-chip and 3D integrated circuits, microfluidic biochips, and wireless sensor networks.

2017

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for fundamental contributions to the understanding and analysis of nonlinear circuits and systems.

2015

Recipient(s)
Citation

for innovative and improved variants of classical algorithms for stability testing and signal processing and for a major contribution to the stability theory of multidimensional systems.

2013

Recipient(s)
Citation

for Professor Willson’s fundamental research contributions to theory and design of electrical circuits and systems, and for his contributions to engineering education and for the impact of his contributions to the electronics industry.

2011

Recipient(s)

2021

Recipient(s)
Citation

for groundbreaking research on design-for-test of system-on-chip and 3D integrated circuits, microfluidic biochips, and wireless sensor networks.

2017

Recipient(s)
Citation

for fundamental contributions to the understanding and analysis of nonlinear circuits and systems.

2015

Recipient(s)
Citation

for innovative and improved variants of classical algorithms for stability testing and signal processing and for a major contribution to the stability theory of multidimensional systems.

2013

Recipient(s)
Citation

for Professor Willson’s fundamental research contributions to theory and design of electrical circuits and systems, and for his contributions to engineering education and for the impact of his contributions to the electronics industry.

2011

Recipient(s)