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Marconi Fellows Arogyaswami Paulraj and Ronald Rivest Join The National Inventors Hall of Fame 2018 Class of Inductees

New Inductees and Contributions to Society to be Honored at May Event ALEXANDRIA, Va., Jan. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ Fifteen innovation pioneers whose inventions range from OLED displays to football's yellow "First and Ten Line" will be honored…

Young Scholars Wenhan Dai and Yuan Shen Show How to Make Wireless Localization More Accurate

A new theoretical analysis of wireless localization systems represents settings of a wireless network (yellow) and measurement error (purple) as three-dimensional spaces. The intersection of the two spaces defines the network’s optimal configuration.…
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Remembering Pål Spilling

By Vint Cerf It is with a heavy heart that I report to Internauts everywhere that one of the early pioneers of the ARPANET and Internet has passed away. Pål Spilling was at the Norwegian Defense Research Establishment (NDRE) at a time when…

Marconi Fellows Vint Cerf and Bob Kahn Receive 2018 Franklin Institute Awards

The Franklin Institute is pleased to announce The Franklin Institute Awards Class of 2018! We hope you will join us in congratulating our newest laureates for their remarkable achievements during The Franklin Institute Awards Week, scheduled…

Notable Israelis, Including Marconi Fellow Jacob Ziv, Honored at EMET Prize Gala

From The Jerusalem Post By Noa Amouyal The EMET Prize pays homage to excellence in Israel across a variety of fields, and the honorees share a $1 million award given by the AMN Foundation. A robust democracy must protect all forms…

Life After the Army: How OMSCS Helped One Soldier Achieve His Dreams

Georgia Tech College of Computing Nov. 10, 2017 In 2015, the College of Computing produced a story highlighting active-duty service members of the U.S. Army who also happened to be current students in the online Master of Science in Computer…

Q&A With Thomas Kailath: Recipient of the Marconi Society’s Lifetime Achievement Award

The Stanford professor emeritus discusses his contributions to information and system science By MONICA ROZENFELD 27 October 2017 from the Institute, the IEEE News Source The Marconi Society, which promotes awareness of key technology and…
2017 Young Scholar Ananda Theertha Suresh
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Marconi Society Young Scholar Award for Bengaluru-born Google Geek

Original Article From Business Standard Bengaluru-born 28-year-old Google research scientist Ananda Theertha Suresh in New York has won the Paul Baran Young Scholar award for 2017, the US-based Marconi Society said on Tuesday. "Suresh…