The Best Student Paper Award distinguishes the most outstanding student work presented at the conference. From all the submitted student papers, considering the reviewer’s grades and comments, eight papers were selected as finalists. The current selection has been based on the paper alone. A committee will then evaluate the oral presentation during the conference and decide the Best Student Paper.

All finalist students will have his/her registration and accommodation paid by the conference organization. The Best Student Paper Award will be supported by the GAAS Association with 1000 € and with the GAAS Silver Plaque. The award will be given in the closing session of the conference.

The finalist papers are:

Digital Shaping and Linearization of a Dual-Input Load-Modulated Balanced Amplifier
Wantao Li; William Thompson; Kevin Chuang; Gabriel Montoro; Pere Gilabert

Symmetrical Doherty Power Amplifier with High Efficiency and Extended Bandwidth
Han Zhou; Haojie Chang; Christian Fager

Cardiff Behavioral Model from Passive Load-Pull While Enforcing S-Parameter
João Louro; Filipe M Barradas; Luis Nunes; Jose Pedro

Relaxation-Time Modeling for NQS Phenomena Characterization in High-Frequency Diodes
Aarón García-Luque; Teresa María Martín-Guerrero; Javier Mata-Contreras

A New Vision of the Role Played by Buffer Dopants on the Operation of AlGaN/GaN HEMTs
Ahmad Shafiei Alavijeh; Joao L. Gomes; Luis Nunes; Jose Pedro

Enhancement of Power-Added Efficiency in GaAs Power Amplifiers by Dynamic Gate Biasing
Göksu Kaval; Gregor Lasser; Marcus Gavell; Christian Fager

High-Efficiency Ka-Band Active Frequency Doubler MMIC in 150 nm GaN/SiC HEMT Technology
Rob Vissers; Herbert Zirath; Gregor Lasser

Internal Reflections and Nonlinear Effects Interplay in Non-Ideal Josephson Travelling Wave Parametric Amplifiers
Luca Fasolo; Luca Oberto; Luca Callegaro; Emanuele Enrico

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