Awards

The Awards Committee consists of:
– Luis M. Correia (Chair, Steering Committee Chair & 2013 TPC Chair)
– Janos Bito (2007 TPC Chair)
– Klaus David (2012 TPC Chair)
– Panagiotis Demestichas (2016 TPC Chair)
– Matti Latva-aho (2017 TPC Chair)
– Marco Luise (2010 TPC Chair)
– Mihael Mohorčič (2018 TPC Chair)
– Luis Muñoz (2009 TPC Chair)
– Fernando Pereira (EURASIP Liaison)
– Hikmet Sari (2015 TPC Chair & IEEE ComSoc Liaison)
– Roberto Verdone (2014 TPC Chair & EURACON Liaison)
– Mojca Volk (2018 TPC Chair)

The conference issues the following awards:

EuCNC Best Paper Award

  • The paper in this award is selected among those accepted for presentation in Regular Sessions.
  • The award consists of 1.000 €.
  • The award is given at the conference banquet.

The selection procedure is as follows:

  • Track Co-Chairs select two to three best papers in their tracks.
  • The members of the Awards Committee analyse all papers in the list of best papers from all tracks, a decision being taken by majority of votes.

EuCNC Best Booth Award

  • The booth in this award is selected among all participating in the conference.
  • The award consists of a trophy.
  • The award is given at the conference banquet.

The selection procedure is as follows:

  • A ballot is distributed together with the conference documentation.
  • All registered conference participants can vote.
  • A few members of the Steering Committee, form a vote counting committee, chaired by the Steering Committee Chair, and determine the winning booth by the majority of votes.

EuCNC/EURASIP Student Best Paper Award

  • The paper in this award is selected among those authored by a student and accepted for presentation in Regular Sessions.
  • The award consists of 500 €, sponsored by EURASIP (European Association for Signal Processing).
  • The award is given at the conference banquet.

The selection procedure is as follows:

  • Track Co-Chairs select two to three best papers authored by a student (the first author must be a student) in their tracks.
  • The members of the Awards Committee analyse all papers in the list of best papers from all tracks, a decision being taken by majority of votes.