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Alex Wyglinski and Chen Garner Receive 'Best Paper Award' at IEEE PACRIM 2011

Professor Alexander Wyglinski and his Ph.D. student, Mr. Si Chen, received the Gold Award for Best Communications Paper at the 2011 IEEE Pacific Rim Conference on Communications, Computers, and Signal Processing (IEEE PACRIM 2011) held in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada from 23 August 2011 to 26 August 2011.

Professor Alexander Wyglinski and his Ph.D. student, Mr. Si Chen, received the Gold Award for Best Communications Paper at the 2011 IEEE Pacific Rim Conference on Communications, Computers, and Signal Processing (IEEE PACRIM 2011) held in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada from 23 August 2011 to 26 August 2011.   Their paper, entitled: “Impact of Group Cooperation over Competitive Secondary Subnetworks” was co-authored with Professor Sudharman Jayaweera from the University of New Mexico and Dr. Chittabrata Ghosh from the University of Washington, both of whom also share in this best paper award. 

Prof. Wyglinski presented the paper at this conference, as well as accepted this award on behalf of all his co-authors at the conference banquet event during the evening of Wednesday 24 August 2011.  The Gold Award consists of a 1/25 ounce fine gold coin produced by the Royal Canadian Mint.  Since 1987, the IEEE PACRIM conference series has been the premier biennial event in the Pacific Northwest, with over 200 papers presented this year’s event across a wide range of topics in communications, computers, and signal processing.

October 13, 2011

 
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