The purpose of National Society Agreements is to encourage cooperation, and coordinated joint activities between the country's National Society, and the local countries’ IEEE section. One of the cooperative activities has been the establishment of joint awards between the National Society and IEEE.
Below is a list of country-specific joint IEEE awards, established with National Societies, that the IEEE Awards Board is responsible for supervising.
AIE/IEEE Joint Prize of Excellence Award was established in 2005 and is presented annually.
Jorge Yutronic Fernandez
For significant contributions and leadership in engineering and entrepreneurial activities.
For significant contributions and leadership in engineering education.
For being an integral professional that has contributed to the applied research of the energy sector.
Guillermo Pérez-del Río
For outstanding contributions to the development of the electricity distribution industry in Chile.
Alfredo de la Quintana
For developing an efficient and profitable methodology to quantify power quality using Internet networks.
For outstanding contributions in electrical engineering and automation, and in engineering education and accreditation.
SEE/IEEE Joint Award was established in 2007 and is presented annually.
2008 SEE/IEEE Leon Brillouin recipient
For the development of multiple Tbit/sec transmissions over several thousand kilometers of optical fibers.
2009 SEE/IEEE Glavieux Award recipient
For pioneering work on turbo-equilization and exceptional contribution to standards, opening to a large development of consumer graphics.
2010 SEE/IEEE Leon Brillouin recipient
For his outstanding achievements in acoustics and their impact in health care.
2011 SEE/IEEE Glavieux Award recipient
For outstanding achievements in Information Theory and their impact on wireless communications.
VFI/IEEE Joint Electrical Engineer of the Year Award was established in 2005 and is presented biennially.
Mr. Sigmar Guobjorusson
VFI - IEEE Joint Award - Iceland Electrical Engineer of 2006.
For his excellence in performance in his profession in the field of Electrical Engineering.
For his significant contributions to the Icelandic Society in the field of Electrical Engineering.
For his outstanding and innovative contributions in the design and development of a unique new generation of Medical Instrumentation for Sleep Analysis.
Jón Atli Benediktsson
For outstanding technical achievements and world-wide recognition in the field of remote sensing, and in the research and manufacturing of medical equipment that measures—without invasion—oxygen saturation in the veins of the eye.
IEEK/IEEE Joint Award was established in 2005 and is presented annually.
Prof. Ink Yu Lee
For his impact and contributions made to the economic competitiveness of Korea in the field of IT science and technology
For his outstanding impact and contributions to Telecommunication technology and the economic competitiveness of Korea
For his pioneering work of applying the idea of electrical engineering (IT) to life sciences (BT), which is now called "Systems Biology"(IT+BT).
Chang Su Kim
For his work in the area of signal processing and multimedia, and specifically to the principles and applications of image, video and 3D graphics data compression.
For outstanding contributions in flexible and printable thin film transistor backplane technology research, standardization and services for display and sensor arrays applications.
For outstanding contributions to the speech communication/signal processing area by conducting novel researches, transferring the results to the industry fields, and making remarkable community services.
Woo Young Choi
For outstanding contributions in research and applications on MOS devices, tunneling field-effect transistors, and nano-electromechanical devices.
For outstanding contributions and innovations in emerging frontiers of electrical and computer engineering.
AEP/IEEE ELEKTRON Award was established in 2000 and is presented biennially.
Dr. Jorge Heraud Perez
For extraordinary efforts and contributions that have enhanced Peruvian society through the promotion and development of technology and science.
Dr. Amadeo Prado-Benitez
For extraordinary contribution to National Welfare through Electricity, Electronics or Computer Science.
Mr. Juan Bartet Rosas
For his pioneer trajectory in the areas of teaching, research and development in the electronic industry in Peru, through 50 years of professional activity.
For his outstanding contribution to the science and technology, and formation of professionals for benefit of society in Peru.
Carlos A. Romero Sanjines
For his continued dedication and valuable contributions to the development of Telecommunications in Peru.
Jorge A. Ratto Chueca
For outstanding contribution to national welfare through the electrical, electronic or information technologies and communications.
IES/IEEE Joint Medal of Excellence Award was established in 2000 and is presented biennially.
Er. Prof Su Guaning
For outstanding contributions to the development of the engineering profession; to the development of Science and Technology; to engineering education; and, to the defence of Singapore.
Prof. Chang Chieh Hang
For his outstanding contributions to engineering education, research, and technology management in Singapore.
Mr. Wong Ngit Liong
For contributions to, the economic competitiveness of Singapore in the field of electronics manufacturing.
For outstanding achievements and leadership in Engineering and Business Management.
Er. Lim Soon Hock
For his innovations and great contributions in the IT and Engineering industries, Engineering Education, and the community at-large of Singapore.