Canadian Award for Telecommunications Research

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The Canadian Award for Telecommunications Research (CATR) recognizes distinguished contributions made by an individual in Canada to research in the field of telecommunications.[1] The CATR is normally awarded biennially.

History[edit]

The CATR was awarded by Queen's University from 1990 to 2014.[2] The first recipient of the award was Rudi de Buda in 1990. The CATR is currently awarded by the Canadian Society of Information Theory.

List of Recipients[edit]

  • 2017: Victor C. M. Leung
  • 2014: Vijay K. Bhargava
  • 2012: Frank R. Kschischang
  • 2010: Norman C. Beaulieu
  • 2008: David Falconer
  • 2006: Nicolas D. Georganas
  • 2004: Tho Le-Ngoc
  • 2003: Pas S. Pasupathy
  • 2000: Jon W. Mark
  • 1999: Ian F. Blake
  • 1996: Jeremiah F. Hayes
  • 1994: L. L. Campbell
  • 1992: Simon Haykin
  • 1990: Rudi de Buda

References[edit]

  1. Canadian Society of Information Theory, url: http://infotheory.ca/index.php/canadian-award-for-telecommunications-research-catr/ retrieved September 21, 2016
  2. Queen's University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, "CATR award", url: http://www.ece.queensu.ca/apps/symposium/CATRAward.html Archived 2015-01-03 at the Wayback Machine retrieved September 21, 2016



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