Kato Kawamoto Laboratory, Tohoku University, Japan

Kato Nishiyama Laboratory, Tohoku University, Japan

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Tiago Koketsu Rodrigues (D3) was awarded Tohoku University Graduation Awards

The graduation ceremony of Tohoku University was held on Mar. 25, 2020. Tiago Koketsu Rodrigues (D3) was awarded the President’s Award of Tohoku University and the Dean’s Award of the Graduate School of Information Sciences (GSIS) of Tohoku University. These awards are selected from 150 students of the GSIS doctor and master courses. 

Updated on Mar. 26, 2020.

A paper by a research group of Prof. Kato and Prof. Yuichi Kawamoto won the Network System Research Award

“A Study on Allocation of Communication Resources and Computing Resources in Edge Cloud Computing Using UAV” was awarded the “Network System Research Award” for a paper by a research group of Prof. Kato and Associate Professor Yuichi Kawamoto. The awarded research was conducted mainly by Hayato Shimada (M1). This award is given to papers presented at the Network Systems Research Group that are particularly outstanding and are expected to be active in the future.

Updated on Mar. 23, 2020.

Takahashi(M2) and Tsuchida(M1) made presentations at Technical committee on Satellite Communications

 

Takahashi (M2) made a presentation entitled “A Study on the Effect of Multi-Beam Placement Control on Throughput in High Throughput Satellite Communication System” and Tsuchida (M1) made a presentation entitled “A Study on Power Control Method Using Q-learning to Extend Life of Satellite-Borne Batteries in Low-Earth Orbit Satellite Communication System” at Technical committee on Satellite Communications in Ishigaki, Okinawa that was held from Feb. 19 to 20, 2020.

Updated on Feb. 21, 2020.

Prof. Kato awarded Best Paper Award

IEEE Communications Society Asia-Pacific Board presented Best Paper Award to Prof. Kato.

Updated on Jan. 30, 2020.