Student Program

Student Program Information

All student program events take place Monday, March 20, 2017.

The student program event times and locations are as follows:
  • Student Mentoring Lunch, 12:10-1:30 PM, Seacliff C Room
  • Student Poster/Demo Session, 2:40-4:00 PM, Market Street Foyer
  • Student-Industry Recruiting Event, 4:00-6:00 PM, Exhibit Hall, Grand Ballroom B-C and Foyer
  • Student-Industry Networking Reception, 6:30-7:30 PM, Market Street Foyer

Student Mentorship Lunch: 12:10-1:30 PM, Seacliff C

This event will enable to students to forge future connections as well receive career development guidance from senior leaders.  During this session, there will be approximately five concurrent table discussions centered around themes of interest to students, e.g., “How to Get an Academic Job,” “Industry versus Academia,” “Do’s and Don’ts of Interviewing,” etc.  Students will have the opportunity to rotate every half hour to participate in multiple discussions. Postdocs are also welcome. This session is hosted by the NSF Center for Science of Information.

Student Posters and Demonstrations Session: 2:40-4:00 PM, Market Street, Foyer.

A session dedicated towards student posters, demonstrations and prototypes. A panel of distinguished judges  will select the Best Student Poster and Best Student Demonstration from  the list found below.  These awards will be presented by a representative of the Marconi Society Young Scholar Program. The Marconi Society has generously sponsored this session and its awards.

Student-Industry Recruiting Event: 4:00-6:00 PM, Grand Ballroom B-C and Foyer

This event will enable students to discuss their job interests with industry and startup exhibitors. Students can bring their questions and resumes to the exhibit booths of the companies they are interested in. Postdocs are also welcome. Refreshments will be served.

Student-Industry Networking Reception: 6:00-7:30 PM, Market Street Foyer

All student and industry attendees are invited to this informal mixer to meet friends and make new contacts. Postdocs are also welcome. Food and drinks will be served.
List of Student Posters and Demos

Title Track Authors
Cooperative Energy Detection Of Double Threshold Poster Mei Huang; Liang Yin; Shufang Li; Weijun Hong
Digital Color Shift Keying for Higher Transmission Rate Using LED Driver with Carrier Sweeping Out Poster Zicheng Kang; Yusuke Matsuda; Yusuke Kozawa; Yohtaro Umeda
Demonstration proposal: Multi-cell Coordination in Cloud RAN enabled by SDN Demo Dora Boviz; Mohamed Amine Dridi; Nivine Abbas; Gopalasingham Aravinthan
A Study on Hybrid PWM/DPAM Dimming Control for Digital Color Shift Keying Using RGB-LED Array Poster Jumpei Okumura; Yusuke Kozawa; Yohtaro Umeda
Single Input Multiple Output Antenna Investigation for Quickest Spectrum Sensing Poster Tifani Galuh Utami; Effariza Hanafi; Wan Amirul Wan Mohd Mahyiddin
Encryption at the Physical Layer using Subcarrier-Index Modulation over OFDM Systems Poster Ao Yue; Wei Li; Dongtang Ma; Longwang Cheng; Erbao Li
An Energy Efficient Optimization For Multihop Relay Networks Adopting CC-HARQ Scheme Poster Junmei Han; Yong Xi; Wei Li; Jibo Wei
On the Merit of Pre-coding in a Coded Faster-than-Nyquist Transmission System Poster Toluwanimi Fagorusi; Yi Feng; Jan Bajcsy
Information Rates of Spectrally-Efficient FDM with Faster-Than-Nyquist Transmission Poster Yi Feng; David Rainnie; Jan Bajcsy
Should We Discard the Dimensions of Interferences in the Interference Alignment? Poster Bo Pang; Yong Jin Daniel Kim
How Functional Complexity affects the Scalability-Energy Efficiency Trade-Off of HCC WSN Clustering Poster Merim Dzaferagic; Nicholas J. Kaminski; Irene Macaluso; Nicola Marchetti
A Physical Layer Authentication Scheme for Nonreciprocal Wireless Channels Poster Longwang Cheng; Wei Li; Xiaoqian Li; Ji-Bo Wei; Jing Lei
A novel physical layer encryption scheme based on 3-D constellation rotation in OFDM system Poster Xiaoqian Li; Wei Li; Jing Lei; Longwang Cheng; Pan Zhipeng
Energy Efficient Compression and Precoding Design for Cloud Radio Access Networks Poster Qi Hou; Shiwen He; Qingjiang Shi; Yongming Huang; Luxi Yang
Evaluation of Channel Estimation Methods for 5G Radio Interface with Hardware Constraint Poster Ture Peken; Sangkyo Shin
Dichotomic Sphere Decoder Poster Mohamed Achraf Khsiba; Ghaya Rekaya-Ben Othman
Blind, Joint MIMO Channel Estimation and Decoding Poster Thomas Dean; Mary Wootters; Andrea Goldsmith
On Feasible Deployment Alternatives for On-Demand UAV-based mmWave Access Points Poster Vitaly Petrov; Margarita Gapeyenko; Dmitri Moltchanov; Sergey Andreev; Yevgeni Koucheryavy
Device-to-Device Communication Underlaying Next Generation Cellular System Poster Divija Swetha Gadiraju; Rama Garimella
Turbo Coding and Iterative Interference Cancellation of Spectrally Efficient FDM Systems Poster Hedaia Omar Ibrahim Ghannam; Izzat Darwazeh
NetAnalyzer: A Platform for Performance Analysis Utilizing Crowdsensed Data in Cellular Networks Demo Pengyu Chen; Wentao Fan; Peng Zhang; Xing Zhang
Interests Region Mining in Cellular Urban Areas: A Large-Scale Wireless Data's Approach Poster Peng Zhang; Haozhou Huang; Pengyu Chen; Xing Zhang
Optimised CSMA Protocol to Support Efficient Clustering for Vehicular Internetworking Poster Giorgia V Rossi; Kin K. Leung
Frequency Channel Estimation for Spectrally Efficient Frequency Division Multiplexing Systems Poster Waseem Hazim Ozan Ozan; Paul Anthony Haigh; Izzat Darwazeh
Many-to-Many Communication Multichannel MAC Protocol for 802.11-based Wireless Networks Poster Pabblo C. Ghobad; Renato M. de Moraes
Dynamic Frequency Partitioning Scheme for LTE HetNet Networks Using Fractional Frequency Reuse Poster Sultan Alotaibi; Robert Akl
M2M Uplink Traffic Aggregation Optimization in LTE-Advanced Networks Poster Wen Feng; Hongjia Li; Ding Tang; Liming Wang; Chang Yang
Markov Modeling of Slotted Secondary Transmission and its Application to Performance Analysis Poster Wenjing Wang; Hong-Chuan Yang