The Mac Van Valkenburg Award honors the individual for outstanding technical contributions and distinguishable leadership in a field within the scope of CAS Society are consistently evident. The award is based on the quality and significance of contribution, and continuity of technical leadership, contributions to CAS Society. All CAS Society members are eligible for nomination.
$2,000 and Plaque
Honoraria funded by accrued interest earned from initial funding endowment provided by NEC and Philips; managed by the IEEE Foundation. If there is insufficient interest in the account to fund the award, the Society will provide the supplemental funding. The plaque is funded by the Society. Award is funded via CAS Award Fund in the IEEE Foundation.
Annually, at the ISCAS.
Quality and significance of contribution and continuity of technical leadership.
Must be a member of the IEEE CAS Society.
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
for his pioneering and lifelong research contributions, particularly in multidimensional signal processing, distributed parameters networks, graph theory, discrete transforms, and image processing. For nearly six decades of outstanding contributions to education and for lifelong dedication to the service of the CAS Society
for contributions in multimedia non-uniform coding and communications
for fundamental contributions to circuits and systems using mathematical methods with applications in data & signal processing, security, and design
for fundamental contributions to mixed-signal chip architectures for smart imaging, vision and 2-D data processing
for technical leadership in high performance integrated circuit design
for pioneering contributions to VLSI digital signal processing architectures, design methodologies, and their applications to wired and wireless communications, and service to IEEE Circuits and Systems Society.
for sustained contributions to energy-efficient design methods for integrated circuits, networks and systems.
for leadership in the design, analysis, optimization and design automation of analog and mixed signal circuits and systems.
for his capability to harmonize research on advanced analog and mixed integrated circuit design with future industrial needs.
for seminal contribution to the realizability of Nonlinear Circuits and Systems, Cellular Nonlinear Network (CNN) dynamics through a seminal theorem, and extension of the class of CNN, and fundamental contribution to the establishment of a spatial-temporal, stored programmable computing and computer paradigm based on the CNN universal machine.
for sustained contributions to theory, practice and experimentation on design methods and tools for integrated circuits, systems and networks.