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ICC Certificates of Appreciation were presented to the following:
Haridoss Sarma - for Best Presentation at the Fall 2004 Subcommittee A Meeting, Self-Healing Polymer Structures
Francesco Puletti - for Best Presentation at the Fall 2004 Subcommittee C Meeting, Experience on High Voltage and Medium Voltage Cable Diagnosis Through On-line Partial Discharge Measurements.
Scott Wasserman and Jeff Cogen - for Best Presentation at the Fall 2004 Subcommittee D Meeting, Recent Developments in Low Smoke Zero Halogen Flame Retardant Polyolefin Compounds for Wire and Cable Applications
Richie Harp and John T. Smith III - for Best Presentation at the Fall 2004 Educational Program, Cable Failure Statistics and Analysis at TXU Electric Delivery Company
Joe Dudas - for Services Rendered as “ICC Official Photographer”
IEEE/PES Certificates of Appreciation were presented to the following outgoing Chairmen:
In addition to those who had previously been recognized at our Fall 2004 meeting, plaques were presented to Allen MacPhail, Chair Subcommittee A and John Cooper, Chair Subcommittee C.
Based on the evaluations carried out by our Subcommittee Chairmen, the best paper that was identified is entitled Long Term Testing and Applications of High Stress MV EPR Cables. The authors are Messrs. P.L. Cinquemani, F.L. Kuchta, G.E. Chavarria, C.E. Lindler of Pirelli Power Cables and Systems NA and H.L. Hayes III of the Ameren Corporation.
The Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers (IEEE) highest grade of Fellow recognizes excellence for notable achievements in power engineering and industrial applications. The Fellow grade is conferred upon people of outstanding and extraordinary qualifications and experience in the various fields of the IEEE for their important individual contributions to one or more technical fields. In accordance with IEEE bylaws, the total number of Fellows selected in any one year does not exceed one-tenth of one percent of the total membership of over 300,000 people. The selection to Fellow requires the endorsement of five Fellows, a Technical Committee, and the Board of Fellows of an IEEE Society as well as the IEEE Board of Directors.
This year one Insulated Conductors Committee member was among 268 chosen across IEEE:
William Malcolm McDermid Manitoba Hydro Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada for contributions to the development of rotating machine insulation testing