Awards2022-06-24T09:21:13+00:00

The Awards Committee is available here.

Best Paper Award – Selected by the Track Co-Chairs among the papers accepted and published over IEEE Xplore (sponsored by HUAWEI).

The Best Paper was awarded to the paper “Closed-Form Approximation of the EE-SE Trade-Off for Multi-Hop MIMO-RIS Communication Systems“, by the authors Fabien Héliot, Marjan A. Mosleh and Rahim Tafazolli (Uni. Surrey, United Kingdom)

Best Booth Award – Voted by the attendees to the conference (sponsored by NOKIA).

Best Student Paper Award – Selected by the Track Co-Chairs among the papers accepted and published over IEEE Xplore, authored by a student (sponsored by ZTE)

The Best Paper was awarded to the paper “Probabilistic 5G Indoor Positioning Proof of Concept with Outlier Rejection“, by the authors Marcus Henninger, Traian E Abrudan, Silvio Mandelli, Maximilian Arnold , Stephan Saur, Veli-Matti Kolmonen, Siegfried Klein, Thomas Schlitter and Stephan ten Brink (Uni. Stuttgart, Germany; Nokia Bell Labs, Germany, Finland)

Best European Student Paper Award – Selected by the Track Co-Chairs among the papers accepted and published over IEEE Xplore, authored by a student (sponsored by EURASIP)

The Best Paper was awarded to the paper “Learning-Based Orchestration for Dynamic Functional Split and Resource Allocation in vRANs“, by the authors Fahri W. Murti, Samad Ali, George Iosifidis and Matti Latva-aho (Uni. Oulu, Finland; Delft Uni. Technology, The Netherlands)

Rules for Conflict of Interest:

A paper authored or co-authored by the Chair cannot be eligible for any award.

If in a given year a paper authored or co-authored by a Committee member, or a colleague of his/her institution, is recommended to an award, the paper will be evaluated by the Committee, but this member will not take part of the Committee for that year.

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