Soshi Shimomura (M2), Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Systems, received Best Student Paper Award 1st Prize at PIERS
On 3rd August 2018, Soshi Shimomura (M2), Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Systems, received Best Student Paper Award 1st Prize at the The Progress in Electromagnetic Research Symposium (PIERS).
<Name of award and short explanation about the award> Progress in Electromagnetic Research Symposium (PIERS) BestStudent Award (Third prize) and Young Scientist Award
<About awarded research(activity)> Paper “Adaptive Subsurface Visualization System Using Phase Retrieval Method and Complex-valued Self-organizing Map” This paper proposes a new imaging method which is enable to cluster and visualize targets in ground penetrating radar. Features of the method is to utilize phase of scattered electromagnetic wave at targets and adaptively process the high-dimensional complex-amplitude (amplitude and phase) by using a complex-valued self-organizing map.
<Your impression & future plan> I am honored and appreciate to be selected as 3rd prize of Best student award and Young scientist award at such great international conference. I would like to make further efforts further.