The Bell Labs Fellows Award recognizes and honors Nokia employees who have made outstanding, sustained R&D contributions to the company. It is the highest ...
Shreyas Shah has been a researcher at Nokia Bell Labs since 2015. With a bachelor’s in biomedical engineering and a PhD in chemistry, Shah now leads a small la...
The incomparable Stephen Fry, actor, comedian, journalist, author, tech enthusiast and polymath presented his Shannon Luminary Lecture "The future of humanity and technology" on September 25, 2017.
The Nokia Bell Labs Prize 2017 Innovathon consisted of a fantastic set of novel Artificial Intelligence and machine learning ideas, optimized distributed computing techniques, new wireless antenna technologies, new biomedical diagnostic technologies and 3D printed battery technologies.
Synopsis of Bell Labs activities at Inspirefest 2017 in Dublin
Bell Labs activities at MWC Shanghai 2017
Nokia Bell Labs at Propelify 2017
Nokia stole the show at MWC 2017 with amazing demonstrations that hint at the next technologies, the most complete end-to-end portfolio in the industry, and a clear vision.
Weldon at the ApplySci Wearable Tech + Digital Health + Neurotech conference at Stanford University, February 7, 2017
Nokia announces the winners of its third annual Bell Labs Prize, all of whom demonstrated game-changing ideas in the fields of science, technology, engineering or mathematics.
Seven members of the Nokia technical community were selected to become the 2016 Bell Labs Fellows.
Nokia Bell Labs is exploring ways to “Make Visible the Invisible”. In particular we are exploring ways to visualize the underlying telecommunications network. Our researchers are interacting and collaborating with the local creative community to celebrate, scrutinize and exploit the limits of our technology.
Bell Labs participated the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) Centennial Celebration reaching over 650 guests including members of Congress, the administration, embassy and industry as well as children with STEM interests.
The Research & Development Council of New Jersey honored Bell Labs CTO, Marcus Weldon and inventors Ilija Hadzic, Dennis R.Morgan, Zulfiquar Sayeed, Alf Neustadt at the 37th Edison Patent Awards Ceremony and Reception on November 3, 2016.
As the birthplace of C, C++, and Unix, it's only fitting that we would host one of the largest developer meetup groups in New Jersey.
During a cold December evening in a festively decorated New Jersey (USA) venue, Bell Labs President Marcus Weldon joined by CEO Michel Combes honored six new Bell Labs Fellows. This highly selective award recognizes members of the Bell Labs and Alcatel-Lucent technical community who have made outstanding and sustained contributions to the company.
Six scientists and engineers from across Alcatel-Lucent are recognized with the company’s highest technical honor.