IDSC is pleased to announce that Mingzhe Chen, PhD, has received the IEEE Guglielmo Marconi Best Paper Award and the Katherine Johnson Young Author Best Paper Award. Dr. Chen is an Assistant Professor in the College of Engineering’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and, also, part of IDSC’s AI and Machine Learning program.
The Katherine Johnson Young Author Best Paper Award honors the author(s) of an especially meritorious paper dealing with a subject related to the Society’s technical scope and who, upon the date of submission of the paper, is less than 30 years of age. Eligible author(s) of an original paper in a subject related to the Society’s technical scope and appearing in one of the Society’s solely owned or jointly owned transactions or journals in the previous three calendar years. Judging criteria includes: Originality, utility, timeliness, impact, and clarity of presentation.
The IEEE Marconi Award is one of the most prestigious academic awards in the field of telecommunications. It is awarded annually and was established by the IEEE Communications Society in 2003. It is named after Guglielmo Marconi, the Italian inventor and Nobel laureate in physics who was the father of wireless communication over the ocean for the first time. Each year, the IEEE Communications Society selects the only one excellent paper from all papers published in the IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications in the past three years based on the originality, practicability, timeliness and clarity of the paper jointly.
Congratulations, Dr. Chen! | Read more about Dr. Chen in IDSC Magazine’s Fall 2022 issue.
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