PAPERS LISTED AS MOST POPULAR FOR December 2020!

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Some good news! Our #paper, entitled “How Much do Hardware Imperfections Affect the Performance of Reconfigurable Intelligent Surface-Assisted Systems?” is (again) included in the list of the most popular papers of the previous month (December) of the #journal #IEEE #Open #Journal of the #Communications #Society. Note that this paper was on the same lists in August, September, October, and November 2020.

Keywords: #6G, #Reconfigurable#Intelligent#Surfaces, #Hardware#Imperfections, #Wireless #Communications, #Wireless#Networks

Moreover, our #paper entitled “Machine Learning in Nan-scale Biomedical Engineering” is also included in the list of the most popular #papers of the previous month (December) of the #journal#IEEE#Transactions on #Molecular, #Biological and #Multi#scale#Communications Note that this paper is still in an “early access” status. Keywords: #machinelearning, #Biomedical#Engineering, #Molecular #communications, #Nano-scale #Communications, #artificial #neural #networks, k-nearest neighbour, etc.

Finally, our paper entitled “Optimal Reconfigurable Intelligent Surface Placement in millimeter-wave Communications” has been accepted for presentation at the 15th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP) 2021.

Keywords: #6G, #Reconfigurable #Intelligent #Surfaces, #Wireless #Communications, #Wireless #Networks, #MillimeterWave #Systems.

Given this opportunity, I would like to thank all my co-authors for their contributions and help!

Next, the papers links in #ieeexplore and #researchgate are reported.

Paper TitleIEEEXplore linkResearchGate link
How Much do Hardware Imperfections Affect the Performance of Reconfigurable Intelligent Surface-Assisted Systems?IEEEXploreResearchGate
Machine Learning in Nan-scale Biomedical EngineeringIEEEXploreResearchGate
Optimal Reconfigurable Intelligent Surface Placement in Millimeter-Wave CommunicationsTo be available at IEEEXplore after the EuCAP 2021 presentation Available after request in ResearchGate

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