Recognizing excellence in teaching, the Austrian “Ars docendi” state prize was awarded for outstanding teaching concepts and teachers on June 24th, at the seventh annual ceremony. The submission by Christoph Klemenjak and Wilfried Elmenreich was nominated for the top spot on the shortlist in the category “research-led or art-guided teaching”. […]
The IEEE Communications Society Technical Committee on Power Line Communications (TC-PLC) has honored prof. Andrea Tonello’s activity with two prestigious awards: the 2019 Outstanding Service Award and the 2019 Interdisciplinary Research and Application Award. The Outstanding Service Award is given in recognition of members of the Technical Committee on Power […]
Stochastic Trajectory Generation Using Particle Swarm Optimization for Quadrotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) has been selected as the best research article published in 2017 in the MDPI Aerospace journal. The paper is co-authored by Babak Salamat and Andrea Tonello. It provides a realistic stochastic trajectory generation method for unmanned aerial vehicles. […]
Andrea Tonello, professor for embedded communication systems at the institute of networked and embedded systems of the AAU, has been appointed IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Lecturer for the term 2018-19. The ComSoc Distinguished Lecturer Program provides the means for ComSoc chapters and other organizations to identify and arrange lectures by renowned […]
Daniel Neuhold, researcher in the team of Christian Bettstetter, received a “scholarship of excellence” from the Federation of Austrian Industries (Carinthia) and the Economic Chamber for a six-month research stay abroad.
“Andrea Tonello and his former PhD student Alberto Pittolo have received the prestigious IET 2016 Premium Award for the best paper published in IET Communications in the past two years. The paper on physical layer security in power line communication networks is a landmark paper that sheds new light on […]
Professor Tonello is now chair of an IEEE committee on power line communications. He and his co-authors received two paper awards at the IEEE International Symposium on Power Line Communications.
Two projects completed during summer internships at our institute received various awards: The students Günther Cwioro and Peter Kohout developed methods for communication between mobile robots and the exchange of maps. They won the largest nationwide school competition Jugend Innovativ in the category Electrical Engineering. The project “Talk Talk” on […]