UT ECE graduate student Jackson Massey recently won the Best Student Paper award at the 34th Annual Conference of the Bioelectromagnetics Society held at Brisbane, Australia, June 17-22. Jackson’s paper was entitled, “AustinMan and AustinWoman: High fidelity, reproducible, and open-source electromagnetic voxel models”. The paper describes the development of mm-scale resolution anatomically accurate human models, which enable researchers to investigate the response of our bodies to radio-frequency fields generated by wireless devices. The paper was co-authored by Prof. Ali Yilmaz and ECE graduate students Cemil Geyik and Emin Celik. More information on AustinMan and AustinWoman can be found here .