The Best Student Paper Award recognizes the authors of the best student papers accepted for publication in the proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Compressed Sensing Theory and its Applications to Radar, Sonar and Remote Sensing. A paper is considered a student paper if and only if the first author/s is a student at the time of the paper submission. Student papers must be marked so during the paper submission. The Best Student Paper Award is shared among all students authoring the paper. All student papers can participate to the Best Student Paper Award independently of the paper area. All papers shall be equally judged. The award will be announced at an event during the conference. In case of a no-show of an awarded paper, the corresponding award will be revoked and not assigned to any other paper.
The following procedure will be followed to select the best student papers: during the review process, reviewers will be asked to assess if the student papers have award quality. Based on these reviews, the Technical Committee will select the best student paper amongst those accepted for the conference. The list of all best student papers will be published on the conference website and the authors of these papers will receive a certificate recognizing their achievement. A committee of judges will independently review again all the papers of this list and will eventually select the paper/s to be awarded with the Best Student Paper Award.
The Best Student Paper Awards will consist in a certificate, a Texas Instruments OMAP35x Evaluation Module (EVM) and some books on compressing sensing offered by the authors, Prof. Moeness Amin and Prof. Holger Rauhut.
All accepted and presented papers will be referenced by IEEEXplore