Cheuk Ting Li (PhD candidate) wins the IEEE Student Paper Award

July 2016

Electrical Engineering PhD candidate Cheuk Ting Li was awarded the IEEE Jack Keil Wolf ISIT Student Paper Award for his paper titled, "Distributed Simulation of Continuous Random Variables."

The IEEE Jack Keil Wolf ISIT Student Paper Award is given to up to 3 outstanding papers for which a student is the principal author and presenter. Award criteria includes both content and presentation. The award consists of an honorarium and plaque.

The Awards Committee is responsible for selecting the winners with the support of the ISIT TPC. The ISIT TPC recommends between 8 and 12 papers as finalists to the Awards Committee. The Awards Committee selects up to 6 papers as finalists. The Awards Committee judges the presentations, selects the winners, and announces the winners at the ISIT banquet.

 

Congratulations to Cheuk Ting Li!