IMOC 2017 Organizing Committee, the Brazilian Society of Microwaves and Optolectronics (SBMO), and IEEE Photonics Society (IPS) hereby announce the winners of "IMOC 2017 Student Paper Competition":
Uiara Celine de Moura, from University of Campinas (Unicamp), supervised by Prof. Evandro Conforti, with the paper “Execution time improvement for optical amplifier cognitive methodology in dynamic WDM networks”.
Guilherme Simon da Rosa, from Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (Cetuc / PUC-Rio), supervised by Prof. José Ricardo Bergmann, with the paper “Electromagnetic modeling of wave propagation in curved boreholes for geophysical exploration”.
Daniely Gomes Silva, from Federal University of Itajubá (UNIFEI), supervised by Prof. Danilo Henrique Spadoti, with the paper “Full three-dimensional broadband and isotropic carpet cloak”.
Congratulations to the winners for the brilliant result!!
The competition was created to:
IMOC 2017 Student Paper Competition is hosted by IEEE Photonics Society.
Participants must compete individually. To register in the competition each participant must attendee IMOC 2017 as an undergraduate or graduate student and must present at least one regular paper (oral and poster presentation) or one post deadline paper (oral presentation) as its author or co-author.
Registration may be done by filling the online form and will remain open between August 27 and 30, 2017, at the reception desk of IMOC 2017, up to at least 1 hour prior to the beginning of the technical session where the paper will be presented.
Each competition entry must be authored by one student only – neither supervisor(s) nor other student(s) are allowed as co-authors.
The submission to the Student Paper Competition should provide the paper conference number/code, in accordance to the IMOC 2017 Technical Program, the student name and university, whether a graduate or undergraduate when the work was done. It should also describe succinctly:
The Student Paper Competition is a juried track for IMOC 2017. Juried content will be reviewed by a jury of experts that will evaluate the work based on its overall quality, originality, and relevance to the IMOC community. Submissions will be evaluated based on:
The competition result announcement will take place on August 30, 2017 during IMOC 2017 Closing Ceremony.
The top two winners will receive prizes of US$ 1,000 and US$ 500, respectively, a certificate in a holder and a gift (bluetooth headphone).