Awards

Yearly CISTC Technical Recognition Award:

  • 2017 CISTC Technical Recognition Award: Kui Ren (University at Buffalo)
  • 2016 CISTC Technical Recognition Award: Wenjing Lou (Virginia Tech)
  • 2015 CISTC Technical Recognition Award: Yuguang “Michael” Fang (University of Florida)
  • 2014 CISTC Technical Recognition Award: H. Vincent Poor (Princeton University)

Yearly CISTC Outstanding Service Award:

  • 2016 CISTC Outstanding Service Award: Peter Mueller (IBM Research in Zurich)
  • 2015 CISTC Outstanding Service Award: The Committee has decided not to give this award this year since we do not have a suitable candidate.
  • 2014 CISTC Outstanding Service Award: The Committee has decided not to give this award this year since we do not have a suitable candidate.
  • 2013 CISTC Outstanding Service Award: The Committee has decided not to give this award this year since we do not have a suitable candidate.
  • 2012 CISTC Outstanding Service Award: Stamatios V. Kartalopoulos
  • 2011 CISTC Outstanding Service Award: The award committee did not receive nominations for candidates who are eligible for consideration.
  • 2010 CISTC Outstanding Service Award: We do not have recipient for 2010 CISTC Outstanding Service Award.

Guidelines for CISTC Awards

GUIDELINES FOR CISTC TECHNICAL RECOGITION AWARD

(Version 1, approved by the CISTC at GC’13, Atlanta, USA, Dec., 2013)

The Communications & Information Security (CISTC) Technical Recognition Award aims to promote research and development activities on topics of Communications and Information Systems Security in both the academic and industrial community. The award recognizes members of the IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) who have made outstanding contributions to the technological advancement of security.

Award Frequency

The CISTC Technical Recognition Award will be given in each calendar year. If no suitable candidate is proposed in a given year, the award will not be presented for that year. The award will be announced and conferred during the IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC).

Nomination Procedure

Nominations will be solicited from the CISTC members. All nominations must be sent to the CISTC Secretary in PDF or text file format by February 1 of the year in which the award is to be given. The nominations should include a concise description of the candidate’s accomplishments as related to his/her technical contribution. Any person may nominate a candidate for the award, except the members of the CISTC Technical Recognition Award Selection Committee and ComSoc Board of Governors.

Eligibility Criteria

Any individual, except members of the CISTC Technical Recognition Award Selection Committee and

ComSoc Board of Governors, may be nominated for the award, if the following criteria are met:

the candidate must be an IEEE ComSoc Member at the time of nomination;

the candidate must be an active member of the CISTC at the time of nomination; and

the candidate must have made significant contributions to the technical advancement of security.

Award Selection Committee

The recipient of the CISTC Technical Recognition Award is decided by the CISTC Technical Recognition Award Selection Committee, which is chaired by a past CISTC chair. The committee also consists of the current CISTC officers (Chair, Vice-Chairs, and Secretary) plus one additional CISTC member nominated by the Award Selection Committee Chair.

Support for the Award

The CISTC Technical Recognition Award is supported by the IEEE ComSoc and will be funded under the IEEE ComSoc annual budget for supporting Technical Committee activities.

(December, 2013)

 

GUIDELINES FOR CISTC OUTSTANDING  SERVICE AWARD

(Version 1, approved by the CISTC at GC09, Hawaii, USA, Nov.-Dec., 2009)

The Communications & Information Security (CISTC) Outstanding Service Award is established to recognize members of the IEEE Communications Society’s (ComSoc) CISTC who have a distinguished record of service to the CISTC community, including organization of CISTC endorsed symposia and workshops, providing exceptional leadership within the CISTC, and promotion of CISTC activities and interests in the CISTC research community.

Award Frequency

The CISTC Outstanding Service Award will be given in each calendar year. If no suitable candidate is proposed in a given year, the award will not be presented for that year.  The award will be announced and conferred during the IEEE Global Communications Conference (Globecom).

Nomination Procedure

Nominations will be solicited from the CISTC members. All nominations must be sent to the CISTC Secretary in PDF or text file format by August 1 of the year in which the award is to be given. The nominations should include a concise description of the candidate’s accomplishments as related to his/her CISTC service. Any person may nominate a candidate for the award, except the members of the CISTC Outstanding Service Award Selection Committee and ComSoc Board of Governors.

Eligibility Criteria

Any individual, except members of the CISTC Outstanding Service Award Selection Committee and

ComSoc Board of Governors, may be nominated for the award, if the following criteria are met:

the candidate must be an IEEE ComSoc Member at the time of nomination;

the candidate must be an active member of the CISTC at the time of nomination; and

the candidate must have made significant contributions in terms of his/her leadership role within the CISTC.

Award Selection Committee

The recipient of the CISTC Outstanding Service Award is decided by the CISTC Outstanding Service Award Selection Committee, which is chaired by a past CISTC chair. The committee also consists of the current CISTC officers (Chair, Vice-Chair, and Secretary) plus one additional CISTC member nominated by the Award Selection Committee Chair.

Support for the Award

The CISTC Outstanding Service Award is supported by the IEEE ComSoc and will be funded under the IEEE ComSoc annual budget for supporting Technical Committee activities.

(January, 2010)