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Description

To recognize leadership and continuing contributions in promoting new technology in the field of Vehicular Communications and Electronics.

Prize

$1,000 and Plaque

Funding

Funded by the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society.

Presentation

At an annual VTS Conference or other VTS activity (including Chapter meetings as appropriate).

Eligibility

Must be a IEEE VTS member.

Nomination Deadline
1 April
Application Details

Submit your nomination form on the VTS website by 1 April.

2023

Recipient(s)
Country
FRA
Personal Gender Pronouns
(he/him)
Affiliation
CNRS & Paris-Saclay University, France
IEEE Region
Region 08 (Africa, Europe, Middle East)
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Website
Citation

For outstanding contributions to the theoretical foundation and technology development of mobile radio communications, notably spatial/index modulation, stochastic geometry, and reconfigurable metasurfaces (RIS)

2022

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Moe Win at VTC2022-Fall in London, UK
Recipient(s)
Country
USA
Title

Moe Z. Win

Affiliation
MIT
IEEE Region
Region 01 (Northeastern U.S.)
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Citation

For contributions to theory and practice of wireless communication and localization networks

2021

Recipient(s)
Country
USA
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(he/him)
Affiliation
North Carolina State University
IEEE Region
Region 03 (Southeastern U.S.)
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For contributions to MIMO communications and millimeter wave vehicular communication systems

2020

Recipient(s)
Country
SAU
Affiliation
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
IEEE Region
Region 08 (Africa, Europe, Middle East)
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Citation

For contributions to the modeling, design, performance evaluation and optimization of current, emerging, and future wireless communication systems and networks

2019

Recipient(s)
Country
GBR
Title

Harald Haas

Affiliation
University of Edinburgh
IEEE Region
Region 08 (Africa, Europe, Middle East)
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Citation

For pioneering contributions to multiple antenna transmission systems and optical wireless communications, in particular spatial modulation and LiFi (Light Fidelity)

2018

Recipient(s)
Country
CAN
Personal Gender Pronouns
(he/him)
Affiliation
University of Waterloo, Canada
IEEE Region
Region 07 (Canada)
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Citation

For contributions to fundamental theories and innovative networking protocols in vehicular communications

2017

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Citation

For contributions to the development and standardization of commercial cellular systems

2016

Recipient(s)
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For outstanding contributions in advanced Communications Theory and applications, in particular in the analysis and development of error control coding and network coding systems

2015

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Citation

For pioneering contributions to the theory and development of MIMO technology and modern wireless communications networks

2014

Recipient(s)
Country
GBR
Title

Lajos Hanzo

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(he/him)
Affiliation
University of Southampton
IEEE Region
Region 08 (Africa, Europe, Middle East)
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For outstanding research to theoretical wireless communications and leadership in service contributions

2013

Recipient(s)
Country
GBR
Personal Gender Pronouns
(he/him)
Affiliation
Imperial College London
IEEE Region
Region 08 (Africa, Europe, Middle East)
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Citation

For advancing the state-of-the-art in OFDM-aided wireless communications

2010

Recipient(s)
Citation

For contributions to propagation channel modeling and system design of multi-antenna and ultra-wideband communications

2007

Recipient(s)
Country
USA
Title

Len Cimini

Affiliation
University of Delaware
IEEE Region
Region 02 (Eastern U.S.)
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Citation

for his pioneering work on OFDM for wireless communications.

2006

Recipient(s)
Affiliation
IMT-Atlantique
IEEE Region
Region 08 (Africa, Europe, Middle East)
Email

2005

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2003

Recipient(s)
Country
USA
Affiliation
Georgia Institute of Technology
IEEE Region
Region 03 (Southeastern U.S.)
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Citation

for contributions to theoretical research in wireless communications

2002

Recipient(s)
Citation

for outstanding contributions to wireless communications

2000

Recipient(s)
Country
USA
Title

Mark Ehsani

Affiliation
Texas A&M University
IEEE Region
Region 05 (Southwestern U.S.)
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Citation

for his contributions to the theory of Hybrid Electric Vehicles