Member recognition

Members of the real-time community are encouraged to consider nominating colleagues for IEEE senior member, IEEE fellow, and ACM fellow.

The application procedures for IEEE senior member can be found here. For applications to be considered, they must be received, with all required references and resume, at least ten days prior to the meeting date (Please follow this link for meeting dates).

The nomination procedures for IEEE fellow can be found here. Note that all forms (nomination, reference, and endorsement) must be received no later than March 1st . Soliciting at least five, but no more than eight, references capable of assessing the nominee’s contributions is required. A reference must be an IEEE Fellow in good standing.

The nomination procedures for ACM fellow can be found here. Note that nomination deadline is usually early September (e.g., September 7, 2016). The nominator must secure endorsements from 5 ACM members, preferably individuals who are themselves ACM Fellows or have otherwise achieved distinction in the field.

The following is a list of current IEEE fellows with ties to the real-time systems community: CL Liu (1986), Kang Shin (1992), John Stankovic (1993), Lui Sha (1998), Krithivasan Ramamritham (1998), Jane Liu (1995), Insup Lee (2001), Wei Zhao (2001), Tei-Wei Kuo (2011), Alan Burns (2012), James Anderson (2012), Theodore Baker (2012), Giorgio Buttazzo (2012), R. Rajkumar (2012), Sanjoy Baruah (2013), Sang-hyuk Son (2013), Yi Wang (2015), Chengyang Lu (2016), Frank Mueller (2016)

The following is a list of current ACM fellows with ties to the real-time systems community: CL Liu (1994), John Stankovic (1996), Krithivasan Ramamritham (2001), Kang Shin (2001), Lui Sha (2005), James Anderson (2013), Tei-Wei Kuo (2015)

Please contact Tei-Wei Kuo (ktw@csie.ntu.edu.tw) if you have any questions.