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Shelby Lacouture Awarded the 2016 Arthur H. Guenther Pulsed Power Student Award

shelby, Ph.D.

The Pulsed Power Science and Technology Committee's Outstanding Pulsed Power Student Award (established in 1997) was renamed the Arthur H. Guenther Pulsed Power Student Award in 2007 following the passing of Dr. Guenther. The Award is to recognize outstanding contributions as a student in pulsed power engineering, science or technology. A recipient is selected each year but awarded biennially at the Pulsed Power Conference Banquet.This award is $1,000 and Certificate.Funded by the IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society's International Pulsed Power Conference budget. Awarded annually, with presentation at the biennial IEEE International Pulsed Power Conference Awards Banquet.

Source:http://ieee-npss.org/technical-committees/pulsed-power-science-and-technology/
The P3E Center is proud to announce that Mr. Shelby Lacouture of Texas Tech University, Lubbock Texas is the 2016 Arthur H. Guenther Pulsed Power Student Award winner. Mr. Lacouture is a graduate student seeking his PhD in Electrical Engineering at Texas Tech University under Dr. Stephen Bayne. He has been recognized for his achievements in the design and build of multiple pulsed power systems and the design and prototyping of a 3-D static magnetic field imager.

Mr. Lacouture will receive his honor at the 2017 Pulsed Power Conference in Brighton, England.Shelby is active locally at Texas Tech also. He recently worked with the Office of Community Outreach in the college of engineering to give high school students an idea of what engineering (and especially electrical engineering) is all about.

shelby, Ph.D.