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Marconi Society Young Scholar Yihong Wu Creates New Tools for Digging Into Data

Original Article from Yale News By Jim Shelton | July 12, 2018 Somewhere, buried deep inside mountains of information, awaits the human dimension of data. It’s the small subset of material that, when properly selected, sheds light…

$5 Million Gift Will Establish UCLA Center on the Future of Computer Networking

Original Article from UCLA Newsroom Matthew Chin | July 11, 2018 UCLA Connection Lab is inspired by Professor Leonard Kleinrock’s role as a founding father of the internet A $5 million gift to the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering in honor…

Marconi Fellows Viterbi and Ziv Join Young Scholar Yaakobi at The Technion

The Marconi Society Conference 2018 The Technion's Computer Science department held The Marconi Society conference: "The Information Era: Past, Present and Future", on Tuesday, April 24th, 2018. Guest of honor was Prof. Andrew Viterbi,…

2018-2019 ACM Athena Lecturer Awarded to Marconi Society Board Member Andrea Goldsmith

Original Article 2018-2019 ACM Athena Lecturer ACM named Andrea Goldsmith of Stanford University the 2018-2019 Athena Lecturer for contributions to the theory and practice of adaptive wireless communications, and for the successful transfer…

Marconi Fellow Sir David N. Payne Receives Esteemed Royal Award on Behalf of the University of Southampton

Professor Sir David Payne, Chairman Emeritus of the Marconi Society and Director of the Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC), received the highly-prestigious Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education on behalf of the University…
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Nominations Now Open For the Prestigious 2019 Marconi Prize

Seeking scientists whose contributions have advanced communications technology and significantly benefited humanity Mountain View, CA, April 17, 2018—The Marconi Society, dedicated to furthering scientific achievements in communications…

Commentary: How 5G Technology Will Transform the Way We Live

By THEODORE S. RAPPAPORT, Fortune Magazine Over 40 years ago, humanity was introduced to on-the-go communications with the first generation of clunky cellphones that looked like bricks or came in backpacks. These phones were heavy,…

Professor Tom Leighton wins 2018 Marconi Prize

MIT News Sandi Miller | Department of Mathematics Akamai co-founder honored for pioneering content delivery network services industry. MIT professor of mathematics Tom Leighton has been selected to receive the 2018 Marconi Prize. The Marconi…