2007 Karapetoff Award

Outstanding Technical Achievement

The 2007 Vladimir Karapetoff Award was given to Stanley H. Horowitz, Consultant and Arun G. Phadke of Virginia Tech on March 19, 2008 at Hyatt Regency at Penn’s Landing, Philadelphia, PA. The award is given for their technical contributions to the field of power system protection and control.

This major HKN recognition for career accomplishment in the field of electrical and computer engineering dates from 1922, when the Board of Governors established the award in honor of Vladimir Karapetoff, an IEEE Fellow and a prominent member of Eta Kappa Nu.

The award is given annually to an electrical practitioner who is distinguished himself/herself through an invention, a development, or a discovery in the field of electro technology.

Factors that are considered in bestowing the award include the impact and the scope of applicability of the invention, development, or discovery; its impact on the public welfare and standard of living, and/or global stability; and the effective lifetime of its impact.

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