The paper "Noncoherent sequence detection of orthogonally modulated signals in flat fading with log-linear complexity" was awarded among 8 candidate papers for the ICASSP 2015 Best Student Paper Award. Panos N. Alevizos, Yannis Fountzoulas (PhD students), George N. Karystinos and Aggelos Bletsas (Associate Professors) of the School of Electronic and Computer Engineering are the authors of the paper, submitted at the IEEE ICASSP 2015.
Three (3) “Best Student Paper Awards” were also awarded to: École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne-EPFL, University of Minnesota (USA) and TU Delft (Netherlands).
On its 40th anniversary, ICASSP is the world’s largest and most comprehensive technical conference focused on signal processing and its applications. Each one of the Best Student Paper Award selected for the 2015 ICASSP Conference, represented a specific signal processing track. The Best Student Paper of the ECE School, TUC, is relevant to the following topic: "Signal Processing for Communications and Networking".