ETSI’s CTO granted the prestigious award of Wireless World Research Forum
Sophia Antipolis, 18 February 2021
During WWRF 45th meeting ETSI’s Chief Technical Officer (CTO), Adrian Scrase, has been granted the prestigious award of the Wireless World Research Forum in recognition of his significant contribution to the development of mobile communications standards, and for his longstanding support of the work of WWRF.
In his leading role at ETSI, he has played a critical role in the development of 3GPP and its achievement of a global standard.
The WWRF Fellows Scheme was established to recognize and honour outstanding individuals for their significant accomplishments in the advancement or application of mobile and wireless technology and application and for their contributions to the mission of the WWRF: To advance mobile and wireless research and innovation and promote the mobile and wireless community worldwide. WWRF looks to the Fellows for guidance as the world of mobile and wireless technology continues to evolve.
The Wireless World Research Forum is the place where the global wireless research community meets to explore and develop the research challenges that confront us as we look beyond current 5G deployments.