One Thing You Can Do to Help a Young Researcher’s Career

Do you know an outstanding young researcher in networking and communications? Each year the Marconi Society, dedicated to furthering scientific achievements in communications and related technologies, searches the world for a diverse group of visionary young people whose work already is having a significant impact on improving existing communications technologies and developing new ones. In honor of Guglielmo Marconi, who was just 27 when he invented radio, nominees for this year’s Marconi Society Paul Baran Young Scholar Awards must have been born in 1989 or later.
Marconi Fellow and Chairman Vint Cerf, widely known as one of the “fathers of the Internet,” says, “We’re committed as an organization to the Young Scholar program, since that’s where all the new developments come from. In fact, this program often accelerates people in their careers and helps them create a lifelong, synergistic network of fellow scientists.”
Read more about the award and nomination requirements here.