IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications
2-5 May 2022 // Virtual Conference


2022 IEEE Koji Kobayashi Computers and Communications Award

Sponsored by NEC Corporation

Muriel Médard

For contributions to the theory and practice of network coding, optical networks, and wireless communications

A giant in the communications and computer networking fields, Muriel Médard has made long-lasting contributions to network coding and wired, wireless, and optical communications, helping to bolster performance, reliability, and security in these areas. Her work on an algebraic approach to network coding (known as the Médard/Koetter framework) made network codes practical and easy to understand. Other significant network coding contributions include network coding for recovery and robustness, protection from wiretapping and outside attacks, and network coding for wireless relay networks. Her work on practical wireless network coding demonstrated that coding across different data flows in a wireless network improves performance of congested networks by orders of magnitude over standard routing techniques. Médard has also made fundamental contributions to the restoration, security, reliability, robustness, and capacity of high-speed optical networks.

An IEEE Fellow, Médard is the Cecil H. Green Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA.

2022 IEEE INFOCOM Achievement Award

The IEEE INFOCOM Achievement Award is the highest honor that can be bestowed on a researcher in the INFOCOM community.  The recipient should have a body of work that has had significant impacts on the networking community in general, and INFOCOM in particular.

Mung Chiang

For contributions to fundamental research and industry impact of edge computing, data pricing, and network utility maximization.

Mung Chiang has made multiple pioneering contributions to wireless communications and computer networking, ranging from network utility maximization and “layering as decomposition” to smart data pricing and edge/fog computing. He is also known for taking mathematical rigor to practical relevance through technology transfer and entrepreneurial endeavor. He founded the Princeton Edge Lab in 2009, and co-founded three startups and a global industry consortium in the areas of edge computing, dispersive AI, and network optimization. His research impact has led to the NSF Alan T. Waterman Award (2013) as well as the IEEE Kiyo Tomiyasu Award (2012) and a Guggenheim Fellowship (2014). His research publications received best paper awards of IEEE INFOCOM (2012), IEEE SECON (2013), and ACM MobiHoc (2021). In 2020, he was elected to the U.S. National Academy of Inventors and to the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences.Mung Chiang is currently Executive Vice President of Purdue University, the John A. Edwardson Dean of the College of Engineering, and the Roscoe H. George Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Class of 2022 IEEE Fellows

Sujata Banerjee
for leadership in programmable and energy efficient networks
Suman Banerjee
for development of tools to improve performance and usability of wireless systems
Minghua Chen
for contributions to delay-critical networked systems
Sonia Fahmy
for contributions to design and evaluation of network protocols and sensor networks
Xiaoming Fu
for contributions to resource management in edge computing and networking
Yusheng Ji
for contribution to distributed computing in mobile and dynamic systems
Admela Jukan
for contributions to optical communications and networking
Sudip Misra
for contributions to intelligent sensing in constrained IoT environments
Adrian Perrig
for contributions to network and system security
Guiling Wang
for contributions to distributed algorithm design for sensor networks and vehicular networks
Daniel van der Weide
for contributions to ultrafast terahertz electronics and biomedical applications of microwave technologies
Zheng Yang
for contributions to wireless localization and sensing
Lei Ying
for contributions to resource allocation in cloud computing systems and wireless networks
Jiguo Yu
for contributions to data storage and processing in cloud and social environments
Gil Zussman
for contributions to the design of wireless network systems

2022 IEEE INFOCOM Test of Time Paper Award 

The IEEE INFOCOM Test of Time Paper Award recognizes papers published between 10 to 12 years ago (a three-year window) in the INFOCOM proceedings that have been most cited and widely recognized to have a significant impact on the research community.  For 2022, papers published in 2010–2012 INFOCOM proceedings are eligible. 

For 2022, the award committee has selected the following paper for this award:

Distributed Caching Algorithms for Content Distribution Networks,"

in Proc. of IEEE INFOCOM 2010

Sem Borst, Varun Gupta, and Anwar Walid

2022 IEEE INFOCOM Best Paper Awards 

PreGAN: Preemptive Migration Prediction Network for Proactive Fault-Tolerant Edge Computing Shreshth Tuli and Giuliano Casale (Imperial College London, United Kingdom), Nicholas Jennings (Loughborough University, United Kingdom) ChARM: NextG Spectrum Sharing Through Data-Driven Real-Time O-RAN Dynamic Control Luca Baldesi, Francesco Restuccia, and Tommaso Melodia (Northeastern University, USA)

Best Demo Award 

Environment-adaptive 3D Human Pose Tracking with RFID 

Chao Yang and Lingxiao Wang (Auburn University, USA); Xuyu Wang (California State University, Sacramento, USA); Shiwen Mao (Auburn University, USA)

Best Poster Award 

Vehicular Virtual Edge Computing using Heterogeneous V2V and V2C Communication

Gurjashan Singh Pannu (TU Berlin, Germany); Seyhan Ucar (Toyota Motor North America R&D, InfoTech Labs, USA); Takamasa Higuchi (Toyota Motor North America R&D, USA); Onur Altintas (Toyota Motor North America R&D, InfoTech Labs, USA); Falko Dressler (TU Berlin, Germany)


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