Best Paper Award at ISAP

Dr. Adam Narbudowicz and Prof Max Ammann of the Antenna & High Frequency Research Centre, School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, recently received a Best Paper Award during the International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation (ISAP), which was held in Phuket, Thailand on 30th October – 2nd November 2017. The paper “Compact Antenna for Digital Beamforming with Software Defined Radios” was an outcome of a fruitful collaboration between researchers from DIT and [external]Gdansk University of Technology in Poland: Dr Lukasz Kulas, Dr Krzysztof Nyka, Marek Plotka and Mateusz Rzymowski.

The International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation (ISAP) is considered the most renowned antenna and propagation conference in Asia and one of the most renown worldwide.

The work of Dr Narbudowicz is supported by a new [external]EDGE research funding scheme, which awarded Dr Narbudowicz with 220.000 Euro funding for the project "Wireless-SPIne – Wireless Security and Privacy for INtErnet of things". The project will study new techniques to enhance the much-needed security of wireless Internet of Thing devices, especially those operating from small nodes. The project will be conducted as part of [external] CONNECT – the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Future Networks and Communications and in close collaboration with Prof Nicola Marchetti and Dr Arman Farhang from Trinity College Dublin.

Dr Adam Narbudowicz receiving the best paper award from Prof Stefano Maci