Honours and Awards
Previous ISA Ireland Section Award Recipients We are proud or our long standing tradition of acknowledging and encouraging excellence for those training for careers in automation, and also to express our thanks and recognition to those who have led the way in the pursuit of their careers in those fields. Irish industry is the bedrock sponsor of the ISA Ireland Section activities throughout the past thirty years of our existence. Browse through previous years of ISA award recipients by clicking on the links below the medallion (right).
Craftsman Award To be awarded, on the nomination of FAS training centers and / or Carlow Institute of Technology, to the best final year instrumentation Apprentice for notable academic and practical achievements in instrumentation.
Degree Award To be awarded, on any nomination, to the best final year Degree student specializing in any area of instrumentation and Control.
Honours Degree Award To be awarded, on the nomination of any third-level institution, to the best fourth-year Honour's Degree student studying Instrumentation / Applied Physics in Ireland. The award comprises a medallion and the Ger Dullea bursary of €750 which is to be used to assist postgraduate studies. This award is named to honour of Gerard Dullea, President of the Section in 1991/2 who was tragically killed in an accident in 1993.
Post Graduate Award To be awarded, on the nomination of any third-level institution, to the best Post Graduate student studying Instrumentation / Applied Physics in Ireland.
Technology Achievement Award To be awarded to any person or group in recognition of a new invention or application, significant achievement in, or contributing to, instrumentation, automation, measurement and/ or control technology within Ireland.
Pioneer Award To be awarded, on the nomination of two or more Society members, in recognition of a lifetime devoted to instrumentation in Ireland.The Innovative Project Award To recognise a project which has made a significant contributing to the advancement of Industry in Ireland through the use of Automation Technology. The Automation Champion Award: To be awarded to a person in recognition of their contribution to the advancement of instrumentation, automation, IT or industrial systems and/or technology in Ireland.