Congratulations to our Award Winners.
From the Conference Chairs and TPC
I would like to once more congratulate our award winner. All-round this year we had an excellent standard of submission, and while every paper has done extremely well to be accepted to the conference, the following paper stood out as being of outstanding quality.
For best paper in each track.
Track 1: PHY & Fundamentals
Title: Blind Twins: Siamese Networks for Non-Interactive Information Reconciliation
Authors: Paul Walther (TU Dresden, Germany); Thorsten Strufe (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology & Centre for Tactile Internet (CeTI)/TU Dresden, Germany)
Track 2: Networking & MAC
Title: A RF Predistortion Approach to Coexistence of 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi and 4G LTE Signals
Authors: Wei Gao (Broadcom Limited, USA & Northwest University, China); Yuhui Ren (Northwest University, China)
Track 3: Practical & Experimental Systems
Title: A Platform Base on RPECCF: Raspberry Pi Edge-Cloud Collaboration Framework
Authors: Xunzheng Zhang, Haixia Zhang and Dongfeng Yuan (Shandong University, China)
Track 4: Applications & Business
Title: Energy-Efficient Spatially-Correlated Data Aggregation Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Authors: Ahmed Abdullah Al-habob (Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada); Octavia A. Dobre (Memorial University, Canada); H. Vincent Poor (Princeton University, USA)
Best Student Experimental Paper Award
A new award for PIMRC 2020, this awards looks to recognise a student who has presented outstanding work in which an experimental system has been demonstrated.
Title: Fall Detection Using Wi-Fi Signals and Threshold-Based Activity Segmentations
Authors: Robert M Keenan and Le-Nam Tran (University College Dublin, Ireland)