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We congratulate winners of Tizen Hackathon in Moscow

We would like to congratulate winners and all participants of Tizen Hackathon in Moscow with really great event and remarkable achievent. 15 projects were presented in the final and each of them had good chances to win. The list of projects that received special recognition is as follows:

The Winner - team of Pavel Deonisiev and Nikolay Zapolnov, project "FriedCroc"

We congratulate winners of Tizen Hackathon in Novosibirsk

We would like to congratulate winners and all participants of Tizen Hackathon in Novosibirsk with the great event and great achievent. The list of projects that received special recognition is as follows:

The Winner - team of Roman Pekarskiy and Michail Reenko, project "Neobars Bookmarks"

Vice-Winner - Alexey Merzlikin and Alexander Isakov, project "Bowl 2.0"

Second Vice-Winner - Egor Spirin, Evgeniy Sorokin and Daniil Nizdolin, project "GameMixer"

We congratulate winners of Tizen Hackathon in Nizhny Novgorod

We would like to congratulate winners and all participants of Tizen Hackathon in Nizhny Novgorod with the great event and great achievent. The list of projects that received special recognition is as follows:

The Winner - team of Andrey Gromov and Roman Korolev, project "Minus 5"

Vice-Winner - Kirill Shalnov, project "Cardio Journal"

Second Vice-Winner - Yaroslav Karpunin, project "Smart Organizer"

We congratulate winners of Tizen Hackathon in St.-Petersburg

We would like to congratulate winners and all participants of Tizen Hackathon in St.-Petersburg with the great event and great achievent. The list of projects that received special recognition is as follows:

The Winner - team of Sergey Kirichenko and Anton Chernenkov, project "LPR Player"

Vice-Winner - team of Alexey Gordeychik and Oleg Urzhumtcev, project "QRBus"

Second Vice-Winner - Andrei Tetka, project "SunRise"

Call for Chapters - Software Defined Mobile Networks (SDMN) : Beyond LTE Network Architecture

We would like to bring your attention to the edited book on "Software Defined Mobile Networks (SDMN): Beyond LTE Network Architecture". This book would be published by WILEY Publishers  and it is anticipated to be in print by late 2014 tentatively. We kindly request you to contribute chapters for the book based on your research area.

Editors

Madhusanka Liyanage (Centre for Wireless Communication, University of Oulu, Finland)

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