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ISA Seeking Nominations of Top Engineers, Scientists, Educators, and Members

November 052004
Research Triangle Park, N.C. (4 November 2004) ISA is requesting nominations for the Society's annual honors and awards. The deadline to submit either Society service or technical award nominations is 31 January 2005. Find descriptions of awards, nomination forms, and instructions at www.isa.org/HonorsAndAwards.

Through its Honors & Awards Program ISA recognizes leading professionals and practitioners of automation and control technology throughout the world. Honorees will be feted at the Honors and Awards banquet on Monday, 24 October, in Chicago, Illinois. This gala affair is held in conjunction with ISA EXPO 2005, North America’s leading automation and control event, taking place 25-27 October 2005, at McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois.

The Society's Honors & Awards and Admissions Committees are dedicated to recognizing individual and group endeavors toward advancing the arts and sciences of automation and control. Honorees may be noted for specific research projects, educational pursuits, or general advancement of the automation industry. ISA also pays tribute to members who have contributed significant and sustained time and energy to supporting the many activities of the Society.

About ISA

ISA—The Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation Society is a 33,000-member global, nonprofit, educational organization connecting people and ideas in automation + control. The Society fosters advancement in the theory, design, manufacture, and use of sensors, instruments, computers, and systems for automation + control in a wide variety of applications. In addition to hosting the largest conferences and exhibitions for automation + control in the Western Hemisphere, ISA is a leading technical training organization and a respected publisher of books, magazines, and standards. ISA also serves the professional development and accreditation needs of Control Systems Engineers (CSE), instrument technicians, and others within the field of automation + control. (www.isa.org)



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