Tadashi and Geert won best paper award
- Monday, 23 October 2017
The IEEE/OES Japan Chapter Young Researcher Award was won by Tadashi Ebihara for the paper "Doppler-Resilient Orthogonal Signal-Division Multiplexing for Underwater Acoustic Communication", T. Ebihara; G. Leus; IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, Volume 41, Issue 2, pp. 408-427, 2016.
Tahashi was a 3-month visitor at CAS in 2013 when he worked on this paper with Geert.More ...
Geert Leus Editor-in-Chief of Elsevier Signal Processing
Starting 1 January 2018, Geert is the new Editor-in-Chief of Elsevier Signal Processing (IF: 3.1)
Best student paper award for Mario Coutino and Elvin Isufi
Mario and Elvin win the Student Paper Award contest (3rd place) at CAMSAP’17 for their paper on "Distributed Edge-Variant Graph Filters".
3D Ultrasound using a single transducer element
Pim van der Meulen, Geert Leus and our collaborators at Erasmus MC show how this is possible using a phase mask and compressed sensing,