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Professor in Telecommunications
President & CTO
Truva Inc.
Contact: ian@truvainc.com, ian@ianakyildiz.com
+1 (404) 259-3727
Truva Inc., Alpharetta, GA 30022, U.S.A.

Dr. Ian F. Akyildiz

Dr. Akyildiz received for the second time “the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Award” to visit his Alma Mater, University of Erlangen-Nuernberg, Germany, for a research stay during 2022-2023 fiscal year on March 18, 2022.

The latest paper about WIRELESS COMMUNICATION RESEARCH CHALLENGES FOR EXTENDED REALITY (XR) [LINK]

Dr. Akyildiz gives a keynote speech entitled “Wireless Communication Challenges for Extended (Augmented and Virtual) Reality”, at the IEEE International Conference on Wireless Communications Signal Processing and Networking (WISPNET), Chennai, India, March 24-26, 2022. http://www.wispnet2022.org/ [SLIDES]

Latest paper entitled: “Terahertz Band Communication: An Old ProblemRevisited and Research Directions for the NextDecade” is available here.

Prof. Ian Akyildiz’s contributions became the most read contributions in his former department, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology, March 2022. [PHOTO]

Dr. Akyildiz is ranked #20 in the world ranking and #10 in the United States according to research.com, a leading academic platform for researchers, has just released the 2022 Edition of their Ranking of Top 1000 Scientists in the field of Electronics and Electrical Engineering on March 3, 2022.

Prof. Ian Akyildiz became the most cited researcher in his former department, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology, December 2021 [PHOTO]. Also in February 2022 [PHOTO].

BalkanCom 2022 Conference: Fifth Int. Conference on Communications and Networking, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, August 20-24, 2022. [LINK]

Prof. Akyildiz is teaching a graduate class “Internet of  Things” at the University of 
Iceland in Spring 2022 semester.

Dr. Akyildiz is proud to be the initiator/inventor of these ideas. There are three ongoing patents on this technology. Hope these ideas will be commercially realized someday. [PHOTO]