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Angela Sara Cacciapuoti and Marcello Caleffi received the prestigious international award "IEEE Communications Society Award for Advances in Communication"

The prize is awarded by the IEEE Communications Society, which brings together tens of thousands of scientists, professionals and experts in the field of communications engineering and computer networks, to the scientific article, among those published in the last 15 years, which has opened new lines of research, provides innovative approaches to communication, and formulates new problems to be solved, broadening the field of communications engineering. The award-winning article, written together with four other Italian scientists, is entitled "Quantum Internet: Networking Challenges in Distributed Quantum Computing" and opened the line of research dedicated to the design and engineering development of the Quantum Internet.

The award will be received during the IEEE ICC 2024 Award Ceremony, the flagship conference of the IEEE Communications Society to be held in Denver on June 10, 2024.

Quantum Internet

Professor Bruno Siciliano receives the "Pioneer Award" for Robotics and Automation

The IEEE Robotics and Automation Society has awarded Bruno Siciliano, an internationally recognized robotics expert and professor of Automatic Control at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies of the University of Federico II, with the Pioneer in Robotics and Automation Award.

The award will be awarded on May 16 in Yokohama during the annual conference of the ICRA 2024 company (IEEE International Conference in Robotics and Automation), in Japan where Professor Siciliano made his first presentation at an international conference in 1985.

The news on the UniNa website.

President of the CEI 324 "Brain Computer Interface" Committee

Nicola Moccaldi has been appointed President of the Technical Committee CEI 324 "Brain Computer Interface” (BCI), which operates in the sector of all those interface technologies between device and brain which are at the basis of the technological revolution in the fields of healthcare, assistive, games and some fields of Artificial Intelligence.

The Committee coordinates the regulatory development of Information Technology concerning the communication and interaction between brain and computer through the processing of electroencephalographic signals which include electroencephalography (EEG), electrocorticography (ECoG) and functional magnetic resonance imaging ( fMRI).

Professor Laura Celentano has been nominated Full Member in the Prestigious and Ancient Non-Profit Scientific Honor Society Sigma Xi

The motivations for the nomination are as follows:

“In recognition of your scholarly achievements and contributions to the advancement of knowledge in your field of research, it is our pleasure to nominate you for Full Membership in Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society.

As the world's largest interdisciplinary scientific honor society, Sigma Xi recognizes researchers for the values we hold in high esteem, including more than 200 Nobel Laureates (e.g., Albert Einstein, Enrico Fermi, Linus Pauling, Francis Crick, James Watson, and John Goodenough) all joining together under a single mission:

-  To  enhance the health of the research enterprise, foster  integrity  in science and  engineering, and promote the public's understanding  of  science for  the  purpose  of improving the human condition. -

Membership in Sigma Xi distinguishes you as an exceptional contributor to the research community”.


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