2017 IEEE RAS Fellow Class Announced - IEEE Robotics and Automation Society

2017 IEEE RAS Fellow Class Announced

Congratulations to the following RAS Members - elevated to Fellow grade, effective 1 January 2017!

 

2017 RAS Fellows evaluated by the IEEE Robotics & Automation Society

Gordon Cheng
Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany
"For contributions in humanoid robotic systems and neurorobotics"

Mariapia Fanti
Polytechnic of Bari, Italy
"For contributions to modeling and control of discrete event systems"

K Kyriakopoulos
National Technical University Of Athens, Greece
"For contributions to robot motion planning and control of multirobot systems"

Bengt Lennartson
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
"For contributions to hybrid and discrete event systems for automation and sustainable production"

Jingshan Li
University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
"For contributions to manufacturing system automation"

Robert Mahony
The Australian National University, Australia
"For contributions to control aspects of aerial robotics"

Eduardo Nebot
The University of Sydney, Australia
"For contributions to robotics and applications in vehicle navigation and mining"

Giuseppe Oriolo
Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy
"For contributions to motion planning and control methods in complex robotic systems"

Hong Tan
Purdue University, USA
"For contributions to wearable haptics"

Frank Van Der Stappen
Utrecht University, The Netherlands
"For contributions to the algorithmic foundations of robotics and automation"

 

2017 RAS Fellows evaluated by other IEEE Societies

Evaluated by the IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society:
Uwe Hanebeck
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
"For contributions to nonlinear estimation and control"

Evaluated by the IEEE Computer Society:
Ram Duvvuru Sriram
National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
"For leadership in developing computational tools for healthcare enterprises"

Evaluated by the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society:
Zi-xing Cai
Central South University, China
"For contributions to evolutionary optimization and intelligent robotics"

Evaluated by the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society:
Pablo Estevez
University of Chile, Chile
"For contributions to feature selection and visualization of large data sets"

Evaluated by the IEEE Control Systems Society:
Calin Belta
Boston University, USA
"For contributions to automated control synthesis and robot motion planning and control"

Evaluated by the IEEE Control Systems Society:
Alessandro Giua
Aix-Marseille University, France
"For contributions to discrete event and hybrid systems"

Evaluated by the IEEE Control Systems Society:
Kristin Pettersen
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
"For contributions to control of marine vessels and snake robots"

Evaluated by the IEEE Control Systems Society:
Xiaobo Tan
Michigan State University, USA
"For contributions to modeling and control of smart materials and underwater robots"

Evaluated by the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society:
Jose Carmena
University of California-Berkeley, USA
"For contributions to the neural basis of motor skill learning and neuroprosthetic systems"

Evaluated by the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society:
Jose Del R Millan
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
"For contributions to brain-controlled robots"

Evaluated by the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society:
Michael Gard
The Charles Machine Works, USA
"For contributions to instrumentation-and-measurement technology for petroleum exploration, computed tomography, and underground construction"

Evaluated by the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society:
Li Li
Tsinghua University, China
"For contributions to intelligent transportation systems and vehicles"

Evaluated by the IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society:
Andrea Caiti
University of Pisa, Italy
"For contributions to geo-acoustic inversion and autonomous underwater vehicles"

Evaluated by the IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society:
Ching-chih Tsai
National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
"For contributions in intelligent adaptive learning control for industrial systems and machinery"

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