DySpan Best Paper Runner-Up, Policy Track

May 15, 2024·
Jonathan Chamberlain
Jonathan Chamberlain
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L-R: Co-author and Thesis advisor Prof. David Starobinski, DySpan Chair Prof. Eric Burger (Virginia Tech), One very caught off guard lead author, DySpan Steering Committee Chair Prof. Randy Barry (Northwestern). Photo Credit: Prof. Starobinski

The work Spectrum Sharing between Earth Exploration Satellite and Commercial Services: An Economic Feasibility Analysis with my co-authors Prof. David Starobinski and Prof. Joel Johnson recevied the runner-up award for Best Paper on the Policy Track at the 2024 IEEE International Symposium on Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks (DySpan), as announced at the conference banquet.