the Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists
of Alberta (APEGGA)
· Appointed University Professor (One of three awarded university wide in 2007), effective July 1 2007 for a 5 year period.
· Awarded the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Research Excellence Award for 2005-2006.
· Awarded Champion of the Schulich School of Engineering award for special service to the Faculty of Engineering, by Dr. S.C. Wirasinghe, February 24th, 2005.
a Fellow of
· NSERC “25 Years of Excellence” recognition of important research achievements that have contributed to the sum total of human knowledge and the advancement of the economic and social well-being of Canadians over the 25 years of NSERC’s existence, 2004.
· Awarded the TRLabs/iCORE/NSERC Industrial Research Chair for five years starting May 2002.
· Elected a Fellow of IEEE in 2002 “For contributions to high temperature instrumentation and noise in solid state electronics”.
· Elected a Fellow of EIC in 2001 “In recognition of excellence in engineering and for service to the profession and to society”.
· President's Circle Award for Achievement in Teaching Excellence in 2002 ($5000 prize). This award can only been won once in a professor's career.
· APEGGA Excellence in Education Award, “In recognition of exemplary contributions to teaching and dedication to the advancement of tomorrow’s professionals as professor, administrator and teacher”, 2003.
· The Students' Union Teaching Excellence Award for the Faculty of Engineering, 1984, 1997, 2001.
· Engineering Students’ Society Teaching Excellence Award for Electrical Engineering, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2001 and 2002.
· Faculty of Engineering Teaching Excellence Award for Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2001.
· Awarded Faculty of Engineering Service Awards, 1999 and 2001.
· Awarded the Faculty of Engineering Research Excellence Award, 1998.
· Awarded the 1980 Dow Chemical “Outstanding Young Faculty” award from the Pacific Northwest Section of the American Society for Engineering Education.
· An instrument design for an electronic drill stem test recorder won a “Special Meritorious Award for Engineering Innovation” at the Houston Offshore Technology Conference, Spring 1978, from 130 entries. (with Dr. F.N. Trofimenkoff).
to a dinner and
reception, attended by Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip, “in
young Canadians who have achieved excellence in the Arts and
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