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EURASIP Early Career Award

EURASIP Early Career Award is to be awarded to an outstanding researcher and engineer working within the technical scope of EURASIP at an early or mid-stage of their career whose current work shows not only significant scientific achievements but also high potential to advance scientific knowledge through novel, timely and significant endeavors. This award targets at researchers who are less than forty.


Nominations should be sent to Eurasip Director for Awards by December 31st. The award ceremony takes place during the EUSIPCO conference.

Nomination forms and basis for the award can be downloaded from the links below:


The Early Career Award for 2021 is awarded to Alexandros Iosifidis, for contributions to statistical machine learning and artificial neural networks, and to Michael Muma, for contributions to robust signal processing and statistical learning


The Early Career Award for 2020 is awarded to Antonio G. Marques, for contributions in network resource allocation and graph signal processing.


The Early Career Award for 2019 is awarded to Emil Björnson, for significant contributions to multi-antenna communications and open science, and to Michalis Matthaiou,  for significant contributions to signal processing for MIMO and massive MIMO systems.


The Early Career Award for 2018 is awarded to Giuseppe Valenzise, for significant contributions to video coding and analysis


The Early Career Award for 2017 is awarded to Herwig Wendt, for Significant Contributions to Statistical Inference in Multivariate Multidimensional Multifractal Analysis.


This year was the first edition of the EURASIP Early Career Award. The recipient is Græsbøll Christensen, for significant contributions to statistical processing of audio and speech signals.