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EURASIP Award ceremony

  • Prof. Franz Hlawatsch (Technische Universität Wien, Austria).  EURASIP Fellow “For contributions to time-frequency signal processing and statistical signal processing”
  • Prof. Marc Moonen (KU Leuven, Belgium).  EURASIP Fellow “For contributions to signal processing for communications, speech and audio applications”.
  • Technical Achievement Award:  Prof. Michael Unser, “For fundamental contributions to the theory of sparse stochastic processes and sparsity-based signal processing”. (Award collected by Prof. Pascal Frossard)
  • Group Technical Achievement Award:    Prof. Björn Ottersten, “For efficient leadership at multiple levels and fundamental contributions in sensor array processing and signal processing for communications”.
  • Meritorious Service Award:    Prof. Ana Pérez, “For Leadership and Activities as EURASIP Membership and Awards Director and for Continuous Commitment with EURASIP over the last fifteen years in almost all aspects”.
  • Athanasios Papoulis Award:    Prof. Lajos Hanzo , “For inspirational research-led guidance of graduate students, for global education of new multimedia signal processing techniques designed for wireless communications and for research monographs”.
  • Early Career Award:     Dr. Giuseppe Valenzise, “For significant contributions to video coding and analysis”.
  • Best Paper Award for Signal Processing (Elsevier):Gaurav Thakur, Eugene Brevdo, Neven S. Fuckar and Hau-Tieng Wu, “The Synchrosqueezing algorithm for time-varying spectral analysis: Robustness properties and new paleoclimate applications”, Signal Processing, Volume 93, Issue 5, May 2013, Pages 1079-1094.
  • Best Paper Award for Image Communication (Elsevier): Ming-Jun Chen, Che-Chun Su, Do-Kyoung Kwon, Lawrence K. Cormack and Alan C. Bovik , Full-reference quality assessment of stereopairs accounting for rivalry
  • Best Paper Award for EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing (Springer): Kaushallya Adhikari, John R. Buck and Kathleen E. Wage, Extending coprime sensor arrays to achieve the peak side lobe height of a full uniform linear array
  • Best Paper Award for EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking (Springer): Shree Krishna Sharma, Symeon Chatzinotas and Bjorn Ottersten, Interference alignment for spectral coexistence of heterogeneous networks
  • Best PhD Awards: Mojtaba Soltanalian, for the PhD thesis “Signal Design for Active Sensing and Communications ” (Uppsala University, Sweden, 2014) supervised by Petre Stoica.
  • Best PhD Awards: Quoc Hien Ngo, for the PhD thesis “Massive MIMO: Fundamentals and System Designs” (Linkoping University, Sweden, 2016) supervised by Erik G. Larsson.



Plenaries

Marc Moonen - Coalitional Multimedia Signal Processing in Smart Device Networks

  • Plenary #1 - Marc Moonen
  • Plenary #1 - Marc Moonen
  • Plenary #1 - Marc Moonen

Robert Schober - Synthetic Molecular Communication: Fundamentals, Opportunities, and Challenges

  • Plenary #2 - Robert Schober
  • Plenary #2 - Robert Schober
  • Plenary #2 - Robert Schober

Stéphane Mallat - Deep Convolutional Networks: An Opportunity for Signal Processing

  • Plenary #3 - Stéphane Mallat
  • Plenary #3 - Stéphane Mallat
  • Plenary #3 - Stéphane Mallat

Tobi Delbruck - Sensing and Processing with Events

  • Plenary #4 - Tobi Delbruck
  • Plenary #4 - Tobi Delbruck
  • Plenary #4 - Tobi Delbruck



3 Minute Thesis Award

  • 3MT finalists
  • Virginie Ollier - 3MT winner



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