Continuous Service Certificate

About Continuous Service Certificate

Nomination Deadline: 31 December 2015

NOMINATE

No endorsement is required.

NOMINATIONS ARE ACCEPTED THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. This certificate is awarded for ongoing credible service to any Society activity or program. This is intended to recognize and encourage the ongoing involvement of volunteers in Society programs. The initial certificate may be awarded after three years of continuous service. Service may be within a single role over multiple years, or reflect changes of roles within the Society. This is comparable to multiple Certificates of Appreciation signed at the presidential level.

Continuous Service Past Recipients

2015 recipients for Continuous Service

2015

Asma Sajid

For outstanding contributions towards initiating and organizing IEEE Pakistan Computer Student Congress 2015.

2012 recipients for Continuous Service

2012

Scott Davidson

In recognition of the completion of ten years continuous service in 2012 to the IEEE International Test Conference Steering Committee.

2010 recipients for Continuous Service

2010

Terry Benzel

For 20+ years of dedicated service to the technical committee and preserving the living history of the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy.

2010

Ali Hurson

For 10+ years of service on the International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) Steering Committee.

2010

Allan Gottlieb

For service on the International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) Steering Committee.

2010

Arnold L. Rosenberg

For service on the International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) Steering Committee.

2010

Behrooz Shirazi

For 10+ years of service on the International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) Steering Committee.

2010

Hal Sudborough

For 10+ years of service on the International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) Steering Committee.

2010

Howard Jay Siegel

For 10+ years of service on the International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) Steering Committee.

2010

Jose D. P. Rolim

For 10+ years of service on the International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) Steering Committee.

2010

Joseph Jaja

For 10+ years of service on the International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) Steering Committee.

2010

K. Mani Chandy

For 10+ years of service on the International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) Steering Committee.

2010

Leighton F. Tom

For 10+ years of service on the International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) Steering Committee.

2010

Sartaj Sahni

For 10+ years of service on the International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) Steering Committee.

 Note: Recipients are listed starting from the top with the most recent award given within the year.

 

Past recipients for Continuous Service

Adel S. Elmaghraby

Anne Gattiker

Anthony Ambler

Benoit Nadeau-Dostie

Burnell G. West

Carey Kornfeld

Cecilia Metra

Cheng-Wen Wu

Christain Landrault

Daniel J. Graham

David Keezer

Dilip K. Bhavsar

Donald L. Wheater

Donna K. Cover

Douglas Young

Fabrice Kordon

Gordon Robinson

Hazumi Hatayama

Hideo Fujiwara

Jerry M. Soden

Kenneth D. Mandl

Lorena Anghel

Matthew Diethelm

Mike Topsakal

Mustafa Slamani

Nasr Ullah

Nur Touba

Paolo Prinetto

Prab Varma

Raj Raina

Rob Aitken

Rochelle O'Lear

Roger G. Bennetts

Sandeep Kumarv

Scott Davidson

Tetsuo Tada

Thomas M. Storey

William E. Lowd

William R. Mann

Yervant Zorian

Adel S. Elmaghraby

Anne Gattiker

Anthony Ambler

Benoit Nadeau-Dostie

Burnell G. West

Carey Kornfeld

Cecilia Metra

Cheng-Wen Wu

Christain Landrault

Daniel J. Graham

David Keezer

Dilip K. Bhavsar

Donald L. Wheater

Donna K. Cover

Douglas Young

Fabrice Kordon

Gordon Robinson

Hazumi Hatayama

Hideo Fujiwara

Jerry M. Soden

Kenneth D. Mandl

Lorena Anghel

Matthew Diethelm

Mike Topsakal

Mustafa Slamani

Nasr Ullah

Nur Touba

Paolo Prinetto

Prab Varma

Raj Raina

Rob Aitken

Rochelle O'Lear

Roger G. Bennetts

Sandeep Kumarv

Scott Davidson

Tetsuo Tada

Thomas M. Storey

William E. Lowd

William R. Mann

Yervant Zorian

 

Continuous Service Subcommittee Chair

2015 Service Awards and Certificates Subcommittee Chair

Rich Belgard

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NOMINATIONS ARE ACCEPTED THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

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Nominate a Volunteer for a Service Certificate

Nominate a deserving volunteer for an IEEE Computer Society higher-level service award to show appreciation for their contributions.

Meritorious Service Certificates are given to recognize outstanding service to society programs and activities, and to the profession, as opposed to technical achievement. Service awards are open to all, and anyone can nominate using nomination forms available at http://computer.org/awards.

Nominations require one endorsement and are approved by the Awards Committee. Certificates are signed by the IEEE Computer Society President.Honor meritorious and significant service to any society-sponsored activity may qualify in whole or in part. Qualification is enhanced by the level and number of contributions, excellence, dedication, and tenure of service.

Outstanding Contribution Certificates are also available for achievements of major value and significance to the IEEE Computer Society. The achievement should be a specific, concisely characterized accomplishment, as opposed to a collection of different efforts. Examples could include the successful launching of major conference series, publications, standards, or model curricula. A group award may be given for a major contribution in which a number of volunteers each made significant contributions.

Distinguished Service Certificates are awarded for long and distinguished service to the IEEE Computer Society at a level of dedication and achievement rarely demonstrated. It often includes service in several capacities, and positions of significant Society responsibility, with contribution levels justifying multiple Meritorious Service Certificates or higher.

To make a nomination, visit http://awards.computer.org/ana/award/viewHomepage.action.