2019 Awards

The 2019 awards will be presented at the Gala Dinner organized on the occasion of our General Assembly on 23 November 2019 in Melbourne, Australia.

You are kindly invited to submit your nominations for one or more of those prizes, using the dedicated email 2019awards(at)wfeo.org,
not later than 5 July 2019.

The Medal of Engineering Excellence / The Medal of Excellence in Engineering Education

The WFEO GREE Women in Engineering Award

The Hassib J Sabbagh 2019 Award for Engineering Construction Excellence

 

2018 Awards

The 2018 Awards have been presented at the Gala Dinner on 22 October 2018, during the Global Engineering Congress in London.

 

The 2018 Dr. Zuheir Alami WFEO Award for Engineering Innovation

The Dr. Zuheir Alami WFEO Award for Engineering Innovation, supported by Khatib & Alami, recognises the importance of engineering innovation at an international level. Innovative companies from around the world applied for this award.

The winner for the 2018 Dr. Zuheir Alami WFEO Award for Engineering Innovation is Dr. William F. Ranson from the USA.

 
Winner of Inaugural Dr. Zuheir Alami Award

Dr. William F. Ranson (center), winner of the Inaugural Dr. Zuheir Alami WFEO Award for Engineering Innovation

 

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About the Awardee

Born on 24th June 1938, Dr. Ranson holds a Ph.D. in engineering, a M.S. and Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. He is a member of ASME International, Society of Experimental Mechanics and is member of the Pan American Academy of Engineering.. Dr. Ranson has authored national-research-award winning publications, and holds several patents.

Dr. Ranson has over 50 years of combined experience in management, business development and R&D. He has led numerous technology development projects for NASA, the Department of Defense, the National Institutes of Health, and large corporations such as Gulfstream Aerospace, Michelin Corporation, and Westinghouse. Dr. Ranson established one of the three original manufacturing extension programs in the United States. This program has grown to 52 centers providing ISO certification, product development, technology integration, and supply-chain management services to a base of 325,000 manufacturing companies. Ranson has founded several startup companies offering products and services in the industrial, medical, and government sectors.

Dr. Ranson has been a chaired professor of mechanical engineering, and is a recognized expert in the area of stress and fatigue analysis of mechanical systems. He has served as consultant and expert witness for many engineering and manufacturing corporations. Dr. Ranson serves as an Advisor for a joint U.S. Army, Army National Guard, Goodrich Aerospace, and University team tasked with managing structural vibration in military helicopters in an effort to reduce cost, eliminate unscheduled maintenance, and improve operational readiness and safety.

He has received awards from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and the Hetenyi Award for he Society of Experimental Mechanics for original contribution to engineering mechanics

Impact of the Product:

The impact to the global community is an inexpensive technique to measure strain in operating systems, monitor structural health, evaluate crack initiation in rivet holes before surface cracking appears and provides an accurate device operable in a wider temperature range and wide range of elasticity.

Electrical resistance gages must have a particular gage material for a specific temperature range and the electrical resistance gage is limited to 5% strain and the optical gage has been used up to 150% strain. The impact is exemplified by the acquisition of the technology by General Electric.

About the Product

The project is about a technology developed for industrial optical based strain measurements. William’s effort resulted in development of optical strain gauge targeted at replacing the generally used electrical resistance strain gauge. The optical approach eliminates the need for the electrical connection from the strain gauge to the readout device.

The method of attaching the optical sensor and the method of reading the sensor has a number of advantages over x-ray diffraction, ultra-sonic imaging, the electrical resistance strain gauge (as mentioned), fibre optic gauge and digital image correlation. The optical sensor developed can detect sub-surface crack initiation in holes such as rivet holes, can enable measurement of cold working strain, operates over wide temperature range (between -200 deg.F and 2000 deg.F) and does not require recalibration associated with electrical resistance strain gauges. The process of using this optical sensors can provide strain history over time as a key element of structural health monitoring.

The 2018 GREE WFEO Women in Engineering Award

The GREE WFEO Women in Engineering Award, supported by GREE Electric Appliances Co., recognises the contributions of women to engineering at an international level. Outstanding women engineers from around the world nominated for this award.

The winner for the 2018 GREE WFEO Women in Engineering Award is Mrs. Maria-Teresa Estevan Bolea from Spain.

 
Winner of Inaugral GREE Women in Engg. Award

Mrs. Maria-Teresa Estevan Bolea from Spain, winner of the Inaugural GREE WFEO Women in Engineering Award

 

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About the Awardee

Born on 26th October 1936, Maria- Teresa is the third woman in Spain to obtain an Industrial Engineer title in 1968 and was the first woman to join the Corps of Industrial Engineers of the Spanish Ministry of Industry and Energy.

Among the many positions of public responsibility that she has held are those of Member of the Spanish Congress of Deputies (1987-1993), Member of the European Parliament (1994-1999) stand out, also she was Chairperson of Energy, Environmental, Research and R&D Committee and Equal Opportunities for Women Committee, and also President of the Spanish Nuclear Safety Council (2001-2006).

Her commitment to the engineering professional organizations is accredited, not only with the close collaborations maintained from her positions, but with her positions as Vocal in the Association (2010-2014) and Dean of the Official College (2013-2016) of Industrial Engineers from Madrid. She is currently Director-General (CEO) of Sitesa Ingenieros S.A. What she has achieved with her perseverance is a vital example of how a woman can achieve what she considers important; even in the field of engineering.

Details of other accomplishments and qualifications includes:

  • She was the first woman Engineer of State in Spain. Degree of High Specialisation in Welding and Environmental Engineering.
  • She belongs to the Body of Industrial Engineers of the State.
  • She has worked in companies of Engineering and Construction and Assembly of Cement Factories, Chemical Plants, Refineries, Thermal Power Stations, Oil and Gas Pipelines. She has also worked in Power Planning, in Power Technologies, Thermal Power Stations and Nuclear Energy.
  • In July, 2001 she was appointed President of the Spanish Nuclear Safety Council (CSN).
  • She has been Commissioner of the National Commission of Energy.
  • President of the National Council of Industry and Energy (Ministry of Industry and Energy).
  • Member of the European Parliament. Member and Spokesperson at the Commissions of Energy, Technological Research and Development and Environment.
  • Member of the Spanish Congress of Deputies, Spokesperson for Energy and Environment matters.
  • General Director for Environment and General Secretary of the Inter-ministerial Commission of Environment from the Ministry of Public Works (1979-1982) and General sub-Director at the Ministry of Public Works (1977-1978).
  • She has worked in the General Directorate of Energy: Hydrocarbon and Gas Departments, Subdivision of Power Planning of the Ministry of Industry and Energy, and at the Subdivision of Industrial Pollution of the Ministry of Industry and Energy.
  • Mrs. Estevan is member of several advisory groups within international organizations. She also participate as lecture at courses organized by Spanish and international organizations on Nuclear and radiation safety, Energy planning and policies and environmental engineering.
  • She has a wide experience in international projects on energy, mechanical engineering and environmental installations.
  • Currently, she is Director General of SITESA INGENIEROS S.A.

In addition to her intense dedication to the world of engineering and industry, it should be highlighted that she has received recognition in some other activities as follows:

  • Gold Master of the Senior Management Forum.
  • Her work in the social and professional promotion of women has been intense, facilitating numerous jobs for women.
  • She intervened extensively in the energy works of the OECD (Paris) and CEPE (Geneva) and the Environment and in other international institutions.
  • Author of the first publications on Environmental Impact Assessment.
  • Was invited in 1993 for a month, by the United States Information Agency (program of international visitors of the USA governments)
  • She has directed numerous energy projects (oil, gas and electricity and environmental protection in Latin American countries)
  • Has the “Puig Adam” medal from the Technical High School of Industrial Engineering of the UPM.
  • In 2007, the COIIM awarded her the Honorable Mention for her professional career.
  • Professor “ad-honorem” of the UPM and other Spanish and foreign Universities.
  • Prize of the Spanish Nuclear Society 1985 for the: “analysis of generation costs of the kWh”.
  • Author of numerous publications, articles and conferences, etc.
  • Member of various foundations and technical, social and welfare associations (Caritas, Red Cross, Unicef) and social studies.

The Young Engineers Competition

The Young Engineers Competition awarded the leadership efforts of young engineers around the world to progress the UN Sustainable Development Goals through engineering.

The WFEO Executive Board and the Committee on Young Engineers/Future Leaders has been proud to host a competition for the best ideas and projects from young engineers around the world, who are progressing the UN Sustainable Development Goals through engineering. This was a key initiative of WFEO President Dr. Marlene Kanga to recognise the contributions of young engineers in leading sustainable development projects.

The best submissions have been published in the booklet “Young Engineers Advancing the UN SDGs

Winner

Dr. Sim Siang Tze Victor (Singapore) Clean Water Access for Don Bosco School Hlaing Thar Yar, Myanmar

 

Laureates

Eng. Emmanuel Adams (Ghana) Contribution of Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA) Water and Sanitation Project to the Progress of SDG Goal 6
Eng. Adonis Adornado (Philippines) Geographical and Varietal Origin Determination and Mapping of Philippine Fishery Products for Traceability and Biodiversity Assessment
Dr. Melchizedek Alipio (Philippines) An IoT-based (Internet of Things) Water Quality Monitoring and Potability Prediction System for Rural Communities in the Philippines
Eng. Luis Andrade (Venezuela) Solar energy for Venezuela’s public hospitals
Eng. Netty Dalma Malca Perez (Peru) Aquaponic Systems to face Climate Change and to Ensure Global Food Security
Eng. Rodrigo Israel González Velázquez (Mexico) Vínculo comunitario (Community Link through infrastructure projects)
Eng. Avishek Malla (Nepal) Empowering Rural Agriculture with Solar Powered Irrigation Services
Eng. Geoffrey Morgan (UK/USA) Infrastructure Capacity Assessment to Support Achieving the SDGs
Eng. Irene Serrano González (Spain) An ecological sanitation project towards the well-being of the patients and the sustainability of the Kumi Hospital in Uganda
Eng. Liu Shiqi (China) Targeted Poverty Alleviation Supported by Geo-Spatial Information
Prof. Ning Zhang (China) Supplying Affordable and Clean Energy through Multiple Energy Systems Integration
Prof. Ling Zhou (China) Water Supply Solution for Arid Area: Lost-cost, High Performance Solar Energy Electric Submersible Pump

 
Young Engineer winners at the Gala Dinner

Young Engineer winners at the Gala Dinner

 

2017 Awards
The WFEO 2017 Awards were presented in Rome, Italy at the WFEO Gala dinner on 1 December 2017 during the General Assembly meetings.

WFEO Medal of Engineering Excellence

Ifedayo Akintunde is the winner of the 2017 WFEO Award of Engineering Excellence.

Engr. Ifedayo Akintunde is a Fellow of Nigerian Society of Engineers, the British Institute of Civil Engineers, the Nigerian Academy of Engineering and Member of the American Society of Engineers. He is quoted in at least four World “Who’s Whos”.

He practiced in the UK and later spent 13 years in the Ministry of Works and Transport Western Region of Nigeria until 1974. He was Chief Engineer in Chief L.A.O. Banjoko & Co., then a leading indigenous Civil Engineering Construction Company 1974 – 1976. He later founded Profen Consultants in 1976 of which he is Chief Executive Officer till today. He was President of the Nigerian Society of Engineers 1978 – 1988.

He is also a former Vice President of WFEO (1991–2003) to which he made outstanding and fundamental contributions, including but not limited to the revision of the WFEO constitution, drafting of the WFEO Code of Environmental Engineering Practice, the Assistant Editor of the WFEO Magazine and the Chairman of the Election Committee for many years. He was a winner of the Ibadan Diocesan Anglican 2007 Merit Award.

WFEO Medal of Excellence in Engineering Education

Dr. B.V.A. Rao is the winner of the 2017 WFEO Award of Excellence in Engineering Education.

Dr. B.V.A. Rao, a Mechanical Engineer and a Fellow of Institution of Engineers (India) (IEI) since 70s and former Chairman of National Design Research Forum of IEI had an outstanding academic career serving over 55 years in different capacities at Higher Institutes of Technology and Deemed Universities in India and a visiting Faculty in Germany and Singapore.

Besides his contribution to many major industries, both in public and private sectors of this country such as Defence, Space, Atomic Energy, Oil and Natural Gas Commission, Process Industries etc. are noteworthy and many of them have brought distinguished awards to him. In this context, his concern and contribution for the growth of many Engineering Professional Societies in the country is highly commendable and unique.

Dr. Rao has also distinguished himself with large number of publications, both in national and International journals, guiding nearly 22 Ph.D. candidates and other large number of Master’s Thesis resulting in over 200 papers, quite a few of them well cited.

He was even honoured by many the Technical University of Dresden in Germany by awarding him a Golden Doctorate, a distinction given to their Ph.D. candidates (Dr. Ing.) after 50 years of their completion. He has received the Fellowship of the Indian National Academy of Engineering (FNAE) in 1988 and the National Design Award by the Institution of Engineers (India) in 2004.

The Hassib J. Sabbagh Award for Engineering Construction Excellence – 2017 Award for Building Infrastructures in Africa

The Nacala Corridor Project is the winner of the 2017 Hassib J. Sabbagh Award for Engineering Construction Excellence.


The Nacala Corridor Project was the biggest railway contract in the last 50 years in Africa with enormous impact in the Eastern Africa Region. With VALE, the 2nd Biggest Mining in the world as client, Mota-Engil has worked with the most demanding quality standards, being recognized by the customer for the level of quality and safety. The completion of the project on time, the excellence of the service gave the opportunity to the customer to deliver the maintenance contract and further new contracts such as in Brazil and Mozambique.

The Nacala Corridor Project was represented by:

  • António Manuel Queirós Vasconcelos da Mota, Chairman at Mota-Engil SGPS SA
  • Ismael Gaspar, Chairman of Mota-Engil Africa during the development of the project
  • João Neto, General Manager of the Nacala Contract

António Manuel Queirós Vasconcelos da Mota is one of the most relevant Portuguese entrepreneurs in the dynamism of the internationalization of the Portuguese economy, namely in several African countries.

He has also been a promoter of the technical and innovation development of his company, with a training center in these countries, promoting the scientific and technical knowledge of Engineering in all Africa as well.

2015 Awards
The WFEO 2015 Awards were presented in Kyoto, Japan at the WFEO Gala dinner on 3 December 2015 during the General Assembly meetings.

WFEO Medal of Engineering Excellence

Prof. Lu Youmei is the winner of the 2015 WFEO Award of Engineering Excellence.

Professor Lu Youmei is renowned Chinese hydropower engineering expert and has devoted his whole career into China’s water dams and hydropower development.

He has taken part and led the construction of many mega-size hydropower projects with a total installed capacity of 25,940 MW, which include the world’s largest water conservancy and hydropower Three Gorges Project.

Mr. Lu has been Vice Minister of the Ministry of Energy of China, President of China Three Gorges Project Company (CTGPC), Chairman of Chinese National Committee on Large Dams (CHINCOLD). He has rich experience in energy development and project management, having huge influence in and out of the industry.

WFEO Medal of Excellence in Engineering Education

Prof. Chan Wirasinghe is the winner of the 2015 WFEO Award of Excellence in Engineering Education.

Chan Wirasinghe is an engineering educator who obtained his B.Sc. in Civil Engineering from the University of Ceylon in 1968.

He won a US Fulbright Scholarship to Berkeley and completed his Ph.D. in 1976. He moved to the University of Calgary in Canada in 1976 where he is currently a Professor of Civil Engineering. He is also the Academic Director of the Center for Transportation of the Van Horne Institute.

Dr. Wirasinghe became the Dean of the Schulich School of Engineering in 1994, held the post until July 2006, and advanced the School to be one of the best in Canada. In addition to traditional disciplines, the School offers B.Sc. programs in Software, Biomedical, Oil and Gas, Geomatics and Energy Engineering. It is a leader in women in engineering activities.

Dr. Wirasinghe’s research interests are in transportation and mitigation of natural disasters. He has issued over 250 publications and supervised over forty research students.

Professor Chan Wirasinghe is a Fellow of Engineers Canada, the Canadian Academy of Engineering, and has received the Alberta Premiers Award of Excellence, a D.Sc. (Honorary) from the University of Moratuwa, the APEGA Centennial Award, and was named Calgary’s Citizen of the Year for 2005.

The Hassib J. Sabbagh Award for Engineering Construction Excellence

The Jinping Project Team is the winner of the 2015 Hassib J. Sabbagh Award for Engineering Construction Excellence.

Dr. WU Shiyong, Vice General Manager/Professoriate Senior Engineer Yalong River Hydropower Development Company, LTD is representing the Jinping Project Team.

After endeavors for over a decade, the Jinping Project Team led by Dr. Chen Yunhua overcame numerous world-level difficulties in construction of the super-tall arch dam and deep-buried tunnels and caverns, and successfully built the two world-class huge hydropower projects.

Dr. Wu Shiyong, Vice General Manager of Yalong River Hydropower Development Company, Ltd. represented the Jinping Project Team and received the award.

2013 Awards
The WFEO 2013 Awards were presented in Singapore at the WFEO Gala dinner on 13 September 2013 during the General Assembly meetings.

WFEO Medal of Engineering Excellence

The first presentation of the WFEO Medal of Engineering Excellence was made in September 1989 in Prague, Czechoslovakia, during the 12th General Assembly of WFEO.

The Medal is presented biennially hereafter, helping direct world attention to the practice, theory and public contributions of engineering. The recipient is chosen based on his or her noteworthy contributions to the practice, theory, or public status of engineering. Selection also takes into consideration the appreciable experience in the profession, international standing as well as significant educational accomplishments.

Prof. Chan is the winner of the 2013 WFEO Award of Engineering Excellence for his contributions to the advancement of theory, practice, commercialization of electric vehicles and creative engineering education.

Prof CHAN is one of the foremost international authorities on electric vehicles.

He has made an outstanding contribution to science, technology and industry.

He served as chairman of more than a dozen committees of international professional institutions
His contribution is wide ranging in the international arena and covers academic industrial, professional, educational and public awareness issues.

WFEO Medal of Excellence in Engineering Education

The first presentation of WFEO Medal for Excellence in Engineering Education was made in Madrid, Spain, in November 1999, during the 18th General Assembly of WFEO. The Medal was to be presented biennially hereafter, helping direct world attention to the importance of continuing improvement in the quality, delivery and relevance of engineering education and training.

The recipient is chosen based on his or her noteworthy contributions to the improvement of engineering education. Special consideration is also given to outstanding services rendered by educators to engineering educational institutions, and to those involved in the education of engineers. Selection also takes into account appreciable experience in the profession as well as significant educational accomplishments.

Prof. Xila Liu is the winner of the 2013 WFEO Award of Excellence in Engineering Education.

He served in WFEO for more than 14 years and is currently finishing his term as National Member for China at the WFEO Executive Council.

He is also member of the WFEO committees on Engineering Capacity Building and Education in Engineeringand is a Registered Structural Engineer (First Class) in China and a Chartered Engineer in UK.

His competency in drafting and creating engineering education strategies and programs on national and international scales is highly recognized.

He received many education awards such as the “Beijing Excellence Teacher Award” and “Shanghai Teaching Masters Award”.

He was twice voted as “The Favorite Teacher” by 17000 SJTU students. Since 1987, he advised 37 PhD and 52 Master students.

He is the author or co-author of 5 books and about 400 technical papers.

The Hassib J. Sabbagh Award for Engineering Construction Excellence

The purpose of this Award is to direct world attention to the role of engineering in sustainable development. The Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC), under the leadership of late Hassib J. Sabbagh, gave the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO) responsibility for organizing the Hassib J. Sabbagh Award for Engineering Construction Excellence.

This Award was instituted in 2002 by the initiative and endowment of late Hassib J. Sabbagh who devoted many years of concern and effort in the area of engineering and construction.

The London 2012 Olympic Park Project Team is the winner of the 2013 Hassib J. Sabbagh Award for Engineering Construction Excellence.

The London 2012 Olympic Park Project Team were a triumph not just for sport, but a triumph for engineering. Demonstrating the transformational power of civil engineering to act as an agent of change and provide the underpinning infrastructure on which civilizations depends, lifting both body and spirit to new heights.

Record breaking on and off the track, the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) and LOCOG and their delivery partners conceived, designed, constructed and delivered the most sustainable Olympic and Paralympic facilities ever built, on time and budget to high sustainability standards. The London Olympic Park has delivered sustainability at the systems scale. The Olympic Park is the largest new urban parkland in Europe for 150 years, a 2.5 square-km site featuring a number of waterways and links to surrounding areas via highway, cycle way and rail networks. In the preparation of the site, segregation of waste on site was over 90% against an industry average of 50%.

One million m3 of the excavated materials on the site needed environmental treatment/remediation. Around 69% of all materials were to develop the Park brought in by rail or river, minimizing traffic disruption and with other environmental benefits. The Accident Frequency Rate (AFR) was 0.17 compared to the UK construction sector average of 0.4

All of the civil engineering, landscaping and public realm works at the Olympic Park were assessed and verified using CEEQUAL in 17 separate package assessments, all achieving ‘Excellent’ rate awards.

London 2012 was the first Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games to measure its carbon footprint over the entire project term.

The Olympic Park project has not only set a high standard for future large-scale sporting events and infrastructure projects, but has also shown the transformative power of civil engineering to deliver sustainable outcomes at the systems level, while simultaneously transforming the industry itself.

2011 Awards
The WFEO 2011 Awards were presented in Geneva, Switzerland at the WFEO Gala dinner on 8 September 2011 during the General Assembly meetings.

WFEO Medal of Engineering Excellence

Dr. Bill Salmon from the USA, is the winner of the 2011 WFEO Award of Engineering Excellence.

Mr. Bill Salmon has extensive experience in engineering and science policy through his career with the U.S. National Academy of Engineering and the Department of State. His professional activities included: having negotiated and managed bilateral science cooperation agreements between the US and over 20 other countries; created the Office of Environmental Affairs; US negotiator on several international treaties, including the International Ocean Dumping Convention, US-France-UK Stratosphere Research Agreement, Law of the Sea Convention; extensive involvement on behalf of the US in the science and engineering programs of UNESCO, IAEA, OECD; contributed significantly to the organization of the 1972 UN Conference on the Environment (Stockholm Conference) and the initial formation of UNEP; created Office of International Communications Policy, and opened communications satellites to US private sector.

He has been active supporter of the American Association of Engineering Societies (AAES) since 1986 and has been an active proponent of global engineering associations, including CAETS – the Councils Academies of Engineering and Technology, UPADI the Pan American Association of Engineering Societies and WFEO – the World Federation of Engineering Organizations.

WFEO Medal of Excellence in Engineering Education

Prof. Wlodzimierz Miszalski from Poland is the winner of the 2011 WFEO Award of Excellence in Engineering Education.

Since 2005 to 2010 President of the WFEO Committee on Education and Training. Prof. Wlodzimierz MISZALSKI has been thesis supervisor of numerous generations of diploma works of numerous generations of engineers and supervisor of doctors’ dissertations. He has been organizer and executor of first postgraduate courses for engineers in logistics and management in Poland.

He is author of postgraduate engineering education programs and curricula. During his term as President of WFEO Committee on Education and Training he organized international conferences and congresses on engineering education and was editor of international journal IDEAS devoted to engineering education. He has created and developed the idea of World University of Technology.

The Hassib J. Sabbagh Award for Engineering Construction Excellence

Dr. Riad Zakhem from the USA is the winner of the 2011 Hassib J. Sabbagh Award for Engineering Construction Excellence.

Dr. Zakhem was involved in many Solar Photovoltaic projects from the design phase to the actual construction supervision and finally Commissioning of the system. His innovations included smart easy to build rooftop PV system that blend with the existing structure using the most economical and most efficient building techniques to make the solar system economically viable and resilient.

In the project, based on Which I am nominating Dr. Zakhem, he installed a 99.3 KW PV system on a warehouse in Littleton Colorado. The PV Solar panels were installed on the EPDM roof without any anchoring. He devised a racking system that uses ballasts to overcome the wind load on the PV panels.

He also used the existing ballasting material on the roof (2″ gravel) as ballast for his racking system resulting in an attractive system that blends in with the surrounding. He was also very creative in combining 12 single phase inverters into a balanced three phase grid tied output which made the system very resilient and easy to maintain with minimal cost without compromising quality and safety.

2009 Awards

WFEO Medal of Engineering Excellence

Mr. Seshadri Srinivasan from India, is the winner of the 2009 WFEO Award of Engineering Excellence.

WFEO Medal of Excellence in Engineering Education

Mrs. Yi Qian from China is the winner of the 2009 WFEO Award of Excellence in Engineering Education.

The Hassib J. Sabbagh Award for Engineering Construction Excellence

Mr. Qifan BAO from China is the winner of the 2009 Hassib J. Sabbagh Award for Engineering Construction Excellence.

2007 Awards

WFEO Medal of Engineering Excellence

Prof. Guram Kashakashvili from Georgia, is the winner of the 2007 WFEO Award of Engineering Excellence.

WFEO Medal of Excellence in Engineering Education

Prof. Kang Chang Hsin from Hong Kong, SAR of China is the winner of the 2007 WFEO Award of Excellence in Engineering Education.

The Hassib J. Sabbagh Award for Engineering Construction Excellence

The team M/S Larsen & Toubro ltd from India is the winner of the 2007 Hassib J. Sabbagh Award for Engineering Construction Excellence.

2005 Awards

WFEO Medal of Engineering Excellence

Dr. C.C. Patel from India, is the winner of the 2005 WFEO Award of Engineering Excellence.

WFEO Medal of Excellence in Engineering Education

Dr. Arcot Ramachandran from India is the winner of the 2005 WFEO Award of Excellence in Engineering Education.

The Hassib J. Sabbagh Award for Engineering Construction Excellence

Dr. Bernard J. Amadei from the USA is the winner of the 2005 Hassib J. Sabbagh Award for Engineering Construction Excellence.