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Prof. Al Bovik and Former Students Receive 2017 Signal Processing Letters Best Paper Award

Prof. Al Bovik of Texas ECE and his former students Anish Mittal and Rajiv Soundararajan have received the 2017 Signal Processing Letters Best Paper Award for their paper " “Making a “Completely Blind” Image Quality Analyzer” first published in IEEE Signal Processing Letters, Volume 20, No. 3, March 2013. Prof. Bovik and his students will receive the award at the 2018 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing in Calgary in April 2018.

Texas ECE Ph.D. student Xinnian Zheng awarded DAC ‘Best Research Paper’ award

Xinnian Zheng, Ph.D student at Texas ECE along with Prof. Lizy John and Prof. Andreas Gerstlauer received the Best Research Paper Award at the 53rd Design Automation Conference (DAC) held in Austin, Texas in early June. The paper titled, “Accurate Phase-Level Cross-Platform Power and Performance Estimation” received the honor at the leading conference in electronic design automation (EDA).

Prof. Al Bovik and Alum Rajiv Soundararajan Win IEEE Circuits and Systems for Video Technology Best Paper Award

Prof. Al Bovik and his former student Rajiv Soundararajan have been named recipients of the IEEE Circuits and Systems for Video Technology Best Paper Award for 2016. The award recognizes their 2013 paper “Video Quality Assessment by Reduced Reference Spatio-Temporal Entropic Differencing,”  which appeared in the IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology in April 2013.

Ralph Tanbourgi Receives Best Student Paper at European Wireless Conference

Ralph Tanbourgi has been named the recipeint of the best student paper award at the 2014 European Wireless Conference for a paper that he co-authored with Prof. Jeffrey Andrews and UT ECE alumnus Harprett Dhillon. The award recognizes the paper “Dual-Branch MRC Receivers in the Downlink under Spatial Interference Correlation." There were 180 papers presented at the conference and one award was given from three finalists.

Prof. Gustavo de Veciana and PhD Student Virag Shah Receive 2014 INFOCOM Best Paper Award

Prof. Gustavo de Veciana and his PhD student Virag Shah have received a 2014 INFOCOM Best Paper Award for their paper "Performance Evaluation and Asymptotics for Content Delivery Networks." The paper was presented at the  2014 IEEE INFOCOM in Toronto, Canada. It is one of two papers selected for the award from the 313 papers accepted for presentation at the conference. A total of 1650 papers were submitted for presentation at the conference. Gustavo and his students co-authored three of the 313 accepted papers.

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