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TC Awards

Lifetime Achievement Award

This award is presented triennially by IFAC TC4.2 to a researcher who has an exceptional history of participation in and contributions to IFAC mechatronic systems activities, and who has made enduring research contributions in mechatronics, either of a fundamental or applied nature.


Past Recipients

2016

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c. Rolf Isermann (Darmstadt University of Technology) - For seminal and pioneering contributions on fundamental and applied research in the field of mechatronics.

2013

Masayoshi Tomizuka - For seminal and pioneering contributions in the field of mechatronics and the control of mechanical system.

 

 

Mechatronic Systems Award

This award is presented triennially by IFAC TC4.2 to a researcher who has demonstrated sustained outstanding research contributions in mechatronic systems, either of a fundamental or applied nature, and who has a significant history of participation in and contributions to IFAC mechatronic systems activities.


Past Recipients

2016

Professor Tsu-Chin Tsao (University of California, Los Angeles) - For outstanding contributions in the design, modelling, control, and realization of mechatronic systems, and for investigation and engineering of  precision motion and vibration control to achieve high performance in engineering systems.

2013

Reza Moheimani - For outstanding contributions to design, fabrication, modeling and control of mechatronic systems for investigation and engineering of matter at the nanometer scale.

 

 

Young Researcher Award

This award is presented triennially by IFAC TC4.2 to a researcher who is 40 years or younger (on first of March of the year of the award), who has an established history of participation in and contributions to IFAC mechatronic systems activities, and who has demonstrated outstanding research contributions in mechatronics, either of a fundamental or applied nature.


Past Recipients

2016

Professor Kyoungchul Kong (Sogang University, Korea) - For pioneering contributions to healthcare mechatronics for assistance and rehabilitation of humans with mobility difficulties by development of sensors, actuators, controls, and their integration technologies.

2013

Abu Sebastian - For significant contributions to the field of micro-/nanoscale mechatronic systems spanning areas such as scanning-probe technology, nanopositioning, nanoscale sensing, data storage and emerging memory technologies.

Georg Schitter - For substantial contribution to the mechatronic design and control of nano-positioning systems for nano-metrology and high-speed scanning probe microscopy.