Awards

The Awards Committee consists of:
– Janos Bito (2007 TPC Chair)
– Narcis Cardona (2018 TPC Chair)
– Filipe Cardoso (2020 TPC Chair)
– Luis Correia (Chair, Steering Committee Chair & 2013 TPC Chair)
– Klaus David (2012 TPC Chair)
– Panagiotis Demestichas (2016 TPC Chair)
– Matti Latva-aho (2017 TPC Chair)
– Vlatko Lipovac (2020 TPC Chair)
– Marco Luise (2010 TPC Chair)
– Mihael Mohorčič (2018 TPC Chair)
– Luis Muñoz (2009 TPC Chair)
– Björn Ottersten (EURASIP Liaison)
– Hikmet Sari (2015 TPC Chair & IEEE ComSoc Liaison)
– Roberto Verdone (2014 TPC Chair)
– Mojca Volk (2018 TPC Chair)

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 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.

The conference issues the following Awards:

EuCNC Best Paper Award

EuCNC Best Booth Award

EuCNC/EURASIP Student 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 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 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 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.

The selection procedure is as follows:

  • Voting is organised in the EuCNC 2020 conference app. Also, 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.

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.