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McArthur honoured for smart energy work

Stephen McArthur: innovative

An electronics engineer is to receive an international award for his work in smart energy systems.

Professor Stephen McArthur, Strathclyde university’s deputy associate principal for research, knowledge exchange and innovation, has been selected as the recipient of the 2021 IEEE Richard Harold Kaufmann Award. IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organisation advancing technology for humanity.

The $10,000 award recognises outstanding contributions in industrial systems engineering. Prof McArthur is receiving it “for innovative contributions to the advancement of intelligent systems for power engineering applications”.

The Kaufmann Award is one of IEEE’s annual Technical Field Awards and is sponsored by the IEEE Industry Applications Society.

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