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Winners of the IEEE GLOBECOM 2013
Best Paper Award

The winners of the IEEE GLOBECOM 2013 best paper awards are:
  • Sherin Abdel Hamid, Glen Takahara, and Hossam S. Hassanein, for  “On the Recruitment of Smart Vehicles for Urban Sensing,” Best Paper of the Ad Hoc and Sensor Networking Symposium
  • Chunxiao Jiang, Yan Chen, Yang Gao and K. J. Ray Liu, for “Evolutionary Game for Joint Spectrum Sensing and Access in Cognitive Radio Networks,” Best Paper of the Cognitive Radio and Networks Symposium

  • Changlong Chen, Min Song and ChunSheng Xin, for “A Density Based Scheme to Countermeasure Spectrum Sensing Data Falsification Attacks in Cognitive Radio Networks”, Best Paper of the Communication and Information Systems Security Symposium

  • Michele Mangili, Fabio Martignon and Antonio Capone, for “A Comparative Study of Content-Centric and Content-Distribution Networks: Performance and Bounds,” Best Paper of the Communications QoS, Reliability and Modeling Symposium

  • Yichao Jin, Yonggang Wen and Han Hu, for “Minimizing Monetary Cost via Cloud Clone Migration in Multi-screen Cloud Social TV System,” Best Paper of the Communication Software, Services, and Multimedia Application Symposium

  • Francisco Javier Lopez-Martinez, Ernest Kurniawan and Andrea Goldsmith, for “Average Fade Duration for Amplify-and-Forward Relay Networks in Log-Normal Fading,” Best Paper of the Communication Theory Symposium

  • Thilan Ganegedera and Victor K. Prasanna, for “100+Gbps IPv6 Packet Forwarding on Multicore Platforms," Best Paper of the Next-Generation Networking Symposium

  • Xiahe Liu, Long Gong and Zuqing Zhu, for “Design Integrated RSA for Multicast in Elastic Optical Networks with a Layered Approach,” Best Paper of the Optical Networks and Systems Symposium

  • Yuichi Kawamoto, Hiroki Nishiyama, Nei Kato, Shinichi Yamamoto, Naoko Yoshimura and Naoto Kadowaki, for “A Centralized Multiple Access Scheme for Data Gathering in Satellite-Routed Sensor System (SRSS),” Best Paper of the Selected Areas in Communications Symposium

  • Junil John Choi, Vasanthan Raghavan and David Love, for “Limited Feedback Design for the Spatially Correlated Multi-Antenna Broadcast Channel,” Best Paper of the Signal Processing for Communications Symposium

  • Beatriz Soret, Klaus Pedersen, Troels E. Kolding, Hans Kröner and Ioannis Maniatis, for “Fast Muting Adaptation for LTE-A HetNets with Remote Radio Heads,” Best Paper of the Wireless Communications Symposium

  • Hassan A Omar, Weihua Zhuang and Li Li, for “Delay Analysis of VeMAC Supporting Periodic and Event-driven Safety Messages in VANETs,” Best Paper of the Wireless Networking Symposium


About the IEEE GLOBECOM 2013 Best Paper Awards

The best paper awards recognize the very best of the over 2200 submitted papers.  IEEE GLOBECOM 2013 awarded only 12 best paper awards, one for each of the 12 technical symposia.  The award includes a certificate suitable for framing. The authors of each best paper award will be recognized at the conference banquet on 11 December 2013.


Any paper published in one of the IEEE GLOBECOM 2013 symposia, with the exception that symposia chairs are not eligible for a best paper award in their own symposium.


Two papers from each of the twelve IEEE GLOBECOM 2013 symposia were nominated for the best paper award.  The nominations were made by the corresponding symposia chairs, and the nominated papers were drawn from the top 10 papers in  the symposium based on EDAS review score.


An independent best paper awards committee (with one member representing each symposium) was formed to evaluate the nominated papers and vote to determine the best 12 papers (one per symposium) as the winners of the best paper awards.  Representatives to the best paper awards committee were appointed by the symposium chairs before papers were nominated for an award, and it was later ensured that no member of the best paper awards committee was being considered for a best paper award. The voting process was anonymous and the votes were tallied and verified by the chair of the best paper awards committee, the IEEE GLOBECOM 2013 TPC chair and an IEEE GLOBECOM 2013 TPC vice chair (all non-voting).


Dr. Gordon L. Stüber (Chair), Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Prof. Norm Beaulieu, University of Alberta, Canada
Prof. Fabrizio Granelli, University of Trento, Italy
Prof. Jason Jue, University of Texas, Dallas, USA
Prof. Andreas Kassler, Karlstad University, Sweden
Prof. Taejoon Kim, City University of Hong Kong
Prof. Erik Larsson, Linkoping University, Sweden
Prof. Cheng Li, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Dr. Peter Mueller, IBM Zurich Research Laboratory, Switzerland
Prof. Joerg Ott, Aalto University, Finland
Prof. Achille Pattavina, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Prof. Damla Turgut, University of Central Florida, USA
Prof. Honggong Wang, University of Massachusetts, USA

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