August 27,2020, ZJUI PhD candidate Hanzhi MA won the top international award for graduate students in the field of electromagnetic compatibility-IEEE EMC Society President’s Memorial Award. The IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society is the world's largest organization dedicated to the development and distribution of information, tools and techniques for reducing electromagnetic interference. The IEEE EMC Society President Memorial Award is awarded to outstanding graduate students worldwide, 1-2 per year, in recognition of their outstanding contributions in the field of electromagnetic compatibility, in order to commemorate the outstanding late President of the Society. This year the award was only awarded to one person. This is the first time that the award has been given to a graduate student from universities in mainland China.
Hanzhi MA is a PhD candidate of Zhejiang University and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) Joint PhD Program. Her supervisor is ZJUI Dean Professor Li Erping (IEEE Fellow), and her co-supervisor is UIUC Provost and Vice Chancellor Professor Andreas Cangellaris (IEEE Life Fellow). Her research interests include electromagnetic compatibility and signal integrity intelligent analysis algorithms, and signal integrity analysis and design of neuromorphic chips. In the first three years pursing her PhD degree, she published 9 papers in SCI journals and EI international conferences as the first author, and co-authored 8 papers. She has participated in international conferences in the United States, Singapore, and China and gave 7 oral presentations. In 2020 and 2017, she received IEEE Best Student Paper Nominated in the field of signal integrity (Best SIPI Student Paper Shortlist, Top 5 and Top 10) at the EMC/SIPI conference. She served as a member of the IEEE NEMO 2020 technical committee and the chair of a session, the chair of a session of EMC COMPO 2019 and the reviewer of multiple international conferences.
（2020 IEEE EMC Annual Awards Ceremony）
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