This page gives an overview of the awards obtained in our group.
Niels De Smet, master thesis student in 2016, has won the PICS/VIB prize for the best Master thesis in supply chain management 2016 . His thesis was about the development of a ‘Forecast Excellence Roadmap’. The thesis was executed under promotorship of Sofie Verbrugge, in close cooperation with Solventure.
The ICON-HIPS project won the Agoria eHealth Award in 2016 for ‘best ICT project that improves quality systems and optimizes processes’.
Best Paper Award (runner-up) at the International Conference of Intelligence in Next Generation Networks (ICIN) 2013. “Manifesto of Edge ICT Fabric”, Antonio Manzalini & Roberto Minerva, Eliezer Dekel & Yoav Tock, Ernest Kaempfer, Wouter Tavernier, Koen Casier, Sofie Verbrugge & Didier Colle, Franco Callegati, Aldo Campi & Walter Cerroni, Ricard Vilalta, Raul Muñoz, Ramon Casellas & Ricardo Martinez, Nicola Mazzocca & Elisa Maini.
At the 51st European Telecommunications Congres (FITCE 2012), 6 September - 7 September, Poznan, Poland, Bram Naudts received the Best Young Presenter Award.
In Dec. 2011, Marlies Van der Wee was Laureaat Presentatieprijs at the 12th FEA Doctoraatssymposium
At the 50th European Telecommunications Congres (FITCE 2011), 31 August - 3 September, Palermo, Italy, Marlies Van Der Wee received the Best Young Presenter Award.
At the 9th Conference of Telecommunication, Media and Internet Techno-Economics (CTTE2010) in Ghent, Belgium, Mathieu Tahon received the Best Student Paper Award for the paper entitled “Parking Sensor Network: Economic Feasibility Study of Parking Sensors in a City Environment”.
The TIGER project (“Together IP, GMPLS and Ethernet Reconsidered“), a EUREKA-CELTIC international industrial cooperation project where our research group had a strong contribution in software development, has been awarded the gold CELTIC Excellence Award in 2009.
Koen Casier received the “Best presentation” award at the KEIO and Gent University G-COE Joint workshop for future networks, 20-21 March, 2008, Ghent, Belgium for the paper entitled “Methodology for techno-economic evaluation of network roll-out: case study for a wired versus wireless city network in Ghent”