IEEE PES Student Prize Paper Award in Honor of T. Burke Hayes
This award has been sunsetted, it was last given in 2016.
The purpose of the IEEE PES Student Prize Paper Award in Honor of T. Burke Hayes was to encourage students in their professional development, to stimulate interest in the programs of the electric power industry, to encourage students to prepare quality technical papers with faculty supervision, and to recognize the schools and faculties that provide guidance in these areas. This Award was first presented as the Student Prize Paper Award in 1967. In 1989, it was renamed in honor of T. Burke Hayes in recognition of his professional contributions. It has been presented since 1990 as the IEEE PES Student Prize Paper Award in Honor of T. Burke Hayes. It has now been sunsetted, it was last given in 2016.
The award for the winning paper consisted of the following:
- $1,500 award to author (or split equally among coauthors)
- Expense paid trip (up to US$1,000) for one student to an IEEE PES General Meeting (foreign travel limited; total reimbursement limited to available maximum).
- Recognition plaque presented to student.
- Recognition plaque presented to the student's institution to recognize the student author(s) and the supervising professor.