ISIS wins prestigious award at SenSys 2014

A decade old paper of a group of ISIS researchers has received a prestigious award at the 12th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensing Systems (SenSys 14) in Memphis last week. The Test of Time award was established by the SenSys Steering Committee to recognize papers that are at least 10 years old and have had a long lasting impact on the field. The paper by Miklós Maróti, Branislav Kusy, Gyula Simon and Ákos Lédeczi entitled “The flooding time synchronization protocol,” appeared in the proceedings of the 2nd SenSys in 2004. The work was sponsored by DARPA.