At the First International Conference on Advances in Cognitive Radio, COCORA11, in Budapest the paper “Deployment Strategies in Competitive Wireless Access Networks”, by Dina Pamela Gonzalez Sanchez and Prof. Jens Zander, Wireless@KTH, was awarded as best paper. The selection for best papers was based on the reviews of the original submission, the camera-ready version, and the presentation during the conference.
At the COST-TERRA meeting held in Brussels in the end of June 2011, the presentation on “Use of TV white space for mobile broadband access – analysis of business opportunities of secondary use of spectrum ” a research paper by Jan Markendahl and the late Östen Mäkitalo, both Wireless@KTH and Bengt Mölleryd, PTS was awarded second best paper.
The second place was shared with the presentation on Cognitive Radio: the need for coordination – Lessons from the past, by Peter Anker, TU Delft & Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation, The Netherlands.
The COST-TERRA is a forum to bring together regulatory, technical and economic experts for spearheading a regulatory break-through
for European development of Cognitive Radio and Software Defined Radio (CR/SDR) technologies.
Read more about the event at cost-terra.org and see more presentations for downloading there.