Best Paper Award

ASME Unit:   Electronic & Photonic Packaging Division (EPPD)
Date Established:   Fiscal Year 2003 and Prior Years
Achievement:   Award for best JEP paper for the past Journal Fiscal Year (June to June)
Limitations:  
  • Must be a Full technical report (e.g. not technical brief)
  • Minimum 2 reviewers
  • No rejects from any reviewers
  • Less than1 marginal review (A-) out of 3 reviews or no marginal reviews if only 2 reviewers.
Nomination Deadline:   9/830
Form of Award:   Plaque
Frequency of Award:   Annual
Administrative:   EPPD
Level of Award:   Division
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Selecting Process:   Send out inquiry to all JEP AE's for their best papers reviewed (see sample request below) by June 15 After all nominations received, copies of the nominated papers (typically 4-10) are sent to AE for their rating. They select the three best papers. All responses due by July 15th. The paper with the highest total is selected. Complete by August 15th.
Funding:   Custodial Account
Date Created:   12/8/2008
Date Modified:   11/19/2009
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Winners of the Best Paper Award

2003/2004: EP-03-xxxx (Narumanchi, Amon, Murthy), Influence of pulsating submerged liquid jets on chip-level thermal phenomena, Journal of Electronic Packaging, September 2003

2005/2006: EP-04-1146 (Issa, Ortega), Experimental Measurements of the Flow and Heat Transfer of a Square Jet Impinging on an Array of Square Pin Fins, Journal of Electronic Packaging, March 2006

2006/2007: EP-05-1041 (Van P. Carey, Amip J. Shah), The Exergy Cost of Information Processing - A Comparison of Computer-Based Technologies and Biological Systems , Journal of Electronic Packaging, December 2006

2007/2008: Siddharth Bhopte