MPhil Student won the 2nd place at the 4th Signal Processing Postgraduate Forum
Computer Science and Engineering MPhil Student KO Yu Ting Tom has recently won the 2nd place in the 4th IEEE Hong Kong Signal Processing Postgraduate Forum with his paper titled "Automatic Estimation of Decoding Parameters Using Large-Margin Iterative Linear Programming".
The event was organized by the IEEE Hong Kong Chapter of Signal Processing and held on 24 February 2010 at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Among the 26 submissions, 7 papers were short-listed for the best paper contest. The student authors were required to make an oral presentation and answered questions from a panel of 3 judges. This year, we were glad to have invited Prof. Charles Bouman (Purdue University, IEEE distinguished lecturer), Prof. Bert Shi (HKUST), and Prof. P. C. Ching (CUHK) to be the judges.
More details can be found at the event's website.
Last updated on 2010-05-17