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2022 CIGRE Awards

The Honorary Member Award is granted to maximum ten members who have proven participation in CIGRE technical activities in a leadership role of CIGRE, and for members whose service of CIGRE has been judged exceptional

Every two years, longstanding services to CIGRE are rewarded by a Distinguished Member Award, upon proposal from their National Committees

The new CIGRE Fellow Award is attributed for active participation in the activities of the technical work of the study committees and for providing a lead technical role in the study committees (maximum five awards every two years).

The Technical Council Award ; granted by the Chairman of the Technical Council every two years for active participation in Study Committees (maximum sixteen awards).

This Award is intended to recognize outstanding contributions of young members (Next Generation Network) to CIGRE activities.

This award is intended to recognize a paper written by a student based on their research, or Ph.D., or M.Sc. thesis. Candidates for this Award are invited to provide a summary of their thesis work with a minimum of 4000 words, so that it can be reviewed by the relevant Study Committee(s) reviewers. Candidates should address their demand with the summary and a short biography to the Secretary General (philippe.adam@cigre.org).

Dr. Ashok Valabhoju

Dr. Ashok Valabhoju from National Institute of Technology, Raipur, India has been awarded the CIGRE Thesis Award for his PhD thesis on "Pattern Recognition Based Protection Schemes for Power Transmission Line" Theme of the Thesis: Electrical Power