Listen to Constructive Comments, Ignore the Destructive Ones

In this short blog, Dr. Behrooz Makki, the outstanding nominee of the 2020 IEEE ComSoc Best YP will share his early research story as a graduate student.  We hope our readers will find it inspiring and relatable. Eventually, what matters the most is honesty, aspirations to do better, hard work, perseverance, understanding criticisms, and positivity. Let's hear from Dr. Makki! The…

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Reliable Software-defined Networks (SDNs)

In this blog, Dr. Israat Haque will cover some of the efforts to develop reliable SDNs and ensure high-quality services for end-users. Dr. Israat Haque joined Dalhousie University as an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Computer Science in August 2017, where she created and started the Programmable and Intelligent Networking (PINet) research lab. Her research focus broadly includes the…

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Handling uncertainty in the wireless channel: a Bayesian perspective

In this blog, Dr. Christo K Thomas will discuss a Bayesian approach in handling the uncertainty in the wireless channel. Currently,  Christo works with Qualcomm at Espoo, Finland for 5G physical layer algorithm development (base station devices). He graduated from EURECOM, France, under the supervision of Prof. Dirk Slock, where he focused on signal processing algorithms for next-generation wireless communications…

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2020 ComSoc Best YP – Outstanding Nominee: Behrooz Makki

In this blog, we introduce Dr. Behrooz Makki, the outstanding nominee of the 2020 IEEE ComSoc Best YP. Behrooz Makki (Senior Member, IEEE) received a Ph.D. degree in communication engineering from Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden. From 2013 to 2017, he was a Postdoctoral Researcher with the Chalmers University of Technology. He currently works as a Senior Researcher with…

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YP Week at GLOBECOM 2020

During the virtual GLOBECOM 2020, IEEE ComSoc Young Professionals hosted multiple sessions on career growth, volunteering and collobartion. These webinars were exclusively targeted at early career professionals attending the conference, but also open to anyone not attending the conference. Speakers for webinars included many experts such as Gerhard Fettweis from TU Dresden, Lajos Hanzo from Univ of Southampton, Hao Xu…

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Software-defined Vehicular Edge Network: Topology Poisoning and Countermeasures

In this blog, we have Dr. Jiajia Liu, the winner of the 2020 IEEE ComSoc Best YP in Academia award for the contribution to networking, communications, and security of intelligent vehicles, talking about security in Software-defined Vehicular Edge Networks. Jiajia Liu (SM’15) is a full professor (Vice Dean) with the School of Cybersecurity, Northwestern Polytechnical University. He has published more…

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Sky is Not the Limit: Drones and Networks

In this blog, we have Dr. Xingqin Lin, the winner of the 2020 IEEE ComSoc Best YP in Industry award for the contribution to IoT, Aerial, and D2D communications in 5G NR and LTE Advanced, sharing an insightful story about his research experiences.  Xingqin is a Master Researcher, Team Leader, and Standardization Delegate at Ericsson Research Silicon Valley, leading 5G/6G…

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Rising Stars of ComSoc: Winners of Best YP Awards 2020

We are delighted to share the ComSoc Best YP Award winners for this year. Before we move forward, we are thankful to the 2020 jury members for their hard work and careful review of every nomination we received.  This year we received a total of 39 nominations, out of which 32 were eligible nominations, followed by two round reviews and…

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AI-aided Resource Allocation for Future Mobile Networks

In this blog, Dr. Haijun Zhang (M'13, SM'17) will discuss the AI aided resource allocation for future mobile networks. Dr. Haijun Zhang is currently a Full Professor at the University of Science and Technology in Beijing, China, where he is the Associate Dean in the Graduate School of Artificial Intelligence. He was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of…

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Sneak Peek at YP Week: GLOBECOM 2020

This year has been very tough! The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all of us, one way or the other. This uncomfortable situation has limited our plans to gather in-person like we did last year in ICC , WCNC, and several other venues in various parts of the world. But it has not and will not hold us knowing each other…

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