University of Southern California WiDeS - Wireless Devices and Systems Group The USC Andrew and Erna Viterbi School of Engineering USC

DEVELOPMENTS IN 2012



WiDeS at Globecom 2012
Dec. 3-5th, 2012
Professor Andy Molisch presents a paper in Globecom 2012, which raises quite a bit of interest.
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WiDeS at ASILOMAR 2012
Nov. 4-7th, 2012
WiDeS organizes session on wireless video delivery at ASILOMAR 2012.
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WiDeS members at ICUWB
Sept. 17-20th, 2012
WiDeS members Dr. S. Niranjayan and Junyang Shen presented their papers at the IEEE International Conference on Ultra-wideband in Syracuse, USA. Prof. Andy Molisch also gives a keynote speech at this conference.
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New students joining WiDeS
Sept., 2012
In September, two students Ruisi He and Celalettin Umit Bas joined WiDeS.
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Fall semester 2012 started
WiDeS welcomes back all researchers, visitors, and students for the fall semester. A lot of interesting activities are planned, so please stay tuned...

Molisch co-chairs new IEEE Flagship conference in China
Aug. 15-17th, 2012
Andy Molisch was TPC co-chair of the IEEE International Conference on Communications in China (ICCC).
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Conferment of 2012 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Eric E. Sumner Award
June 10-15th, 2012
Andy Molisch, Head of WiDeS, received the 2012 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Eric E. Sumner Award, the IEEE Technical Field Award for the area of communications.
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WiDeS student presents a paper at ICC
   June 10-15th, 2012
   WiDeS student Hao Feng presented a paper at the IEEE international Conference on
   Communications, Ottawa, Canada
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WiDeS current and former members present papers at EuCAP
  March 26-23rd, 2012
  WiDeS current student Zheda Li and former postdoc Jussi Salmi presented their papers at
  the 6th European conference on Antennas and propagation, Prague, Czech.
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Spring semester 2012 started
WiDeS welcomes back all researchers, visitors, and students for the spring semester. A lot of interesting activities are planned, so please stay tuned...