EE Prof. Junil Choi win ’22 IEEE Best Vehicular Electronic Paper award
[Prof. Junil Choi, Dr. Preeti Kumari (Qualcomm), Prof. Nuria Prelcic (North Carolina State University), Prof. Robert Heath (North Carolina State University), from left]
KAIST EE Prof. Junil Choi won Best Vehicular Electronic Paper Award in 2022 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Vehicular Technology Society (VTS), becoming the first Korean to receive four best paper awards among the 39 academic journals of IEEE.
Prof. Junil Choi was awarded Best Paper Award in 2015 Signal Processing Society, Stephen O. Rice Prize (Best Paper Award) in 2019 Communications Society, and Neal Shepherd Memorial Best Propagation Award (Best Paper Award) in ’21 VTS.
Prof. Choi said “I am highly grateful to know that my research on the application of joint millimeter communication-radar systems in vehicle-to-vehicle communication has received huge international recognition, and honored to become the first Korean to win four best paper awards in IEEE society.”
The award ceremony is going to be held in upcoming September at 2022 Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC), the largest academic conference arranged by IEEE VTS. More details will be posted in 2022 VTC fall homepage and IEEE VTS News letter, and the list of awardees will be displayed permanently in IEEE VTS homepage.