eWINE Grand Challenge

The winners were announced!

  • First prize: 4000 €

    • Title: 5G Flexible Transceiver for Physical Layer Evaluation – 5GFlexPHY
    • Contact person: Luciano Leonel Mendes
    • Affiliation: Instituto Nacional de Telecomunicações – Inatel, Brazil
  • First runner-up: 2500 €

    • Title: Intelligent Network Control for the Internet of Things INTER-IOT
    • Contact person: Lefteris Mamatas
    • Affiliation: University of Macedonia, Greece
  • Second runner-up: 1500 €

    • Title: Enabling Agile Adaptation in Dense Heterogeneous Deployments of Commercial 802.11 Devices
    • Contact person: Efstratios Kerandis
    • Affiliation: GRIDNET S.A., Greece

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What is the eWINE Grand Challenge?

The eWINE Grand Challenge addresses problems that deal with elastic connectivity. It targets the research community and highly trained industry professionals that want to optimize network solutions through autonomous control algorithms rather than manual configuration of devices. Competitors are requested to demonstrate PHY, MAC, routing or localization solutions that can scale to a high number of users in a short timespan through the use of an agile infrastructure (intelligent software and flexible hardware). Competitors are allowed to design their own intelligence solutions, but can also build on the top of accessing facilities and software tools developed in two H2020 projects: CREW and WiSHFUL.

Result declaration

  • The submission is closed, many thanks to all participants!
  • Selected proposals demo were presented on 12th June from 10am to 3pm during EuCNC 2017 at University of Oulu, Linnanmaa Campus in Finland
  • Prizes were awarded on Monday 12th, during the Workshop 1 at 16:45 in Room Saalastinsali .

Accepted proposals

We are glad to announce the 7 accepted proposals for the eWINE Grand Challenge. Congratulations! (Click on the titles to show the details)


5G Flexible Transceiver for Physical Layer Evaluation - 5GFlexPHY

Enabling Agile Adaptation in Dense Heterogeneous Deployments of Commercial 802.11 Devices

Intelligent Network Control for the Internet of Things INTER-IOT

Network Access: Smart Detection And QoE-based selection - NASDAQ

Indoor Positioning by UWB Fingerprinting I-PUF

Design and Prototype of a Multi-Objective Environment Sensing Capability System for Shared Access With Rotating Radars

Demonstration of a Database-assisted Shared Access System for Rotating Radars and Wireless Communications