IAPR Best Student Paper Award

The IAPR Best Student Paper Award at EVA Vienna 2008 goes to Elena Bonini for her work entitled "Building Virtual Cultural Heritage Environments: The Embodied Mind at the Core of the Learning Processes" because of the clarity and quality of the written paper. The award (value EUR 250) was handed out in the course of the Conference dinner held at the beautiful Vienna City Hall.

IAPR Best Student Paper Award at EVA Vienna

Elena Bonini (IAPR Best Paper Award) and Robert Sablatnig (Chair)

The IAPR Best Student Paper Award at EVA Vienna 2008 will be given to the author of the best paper written solely or primarily by a student appearing in the workshop proceedings. The award includes a plaque and a prize to the student author. Students at all levels are invited to submit papers, however all papers submitted should be original manuscripts (not previously published) and should not be submitted to other publications or groups while they are being considered for the best student paper.

Eligibility for this award is indicated during the paper submission process. The ranking of student papers to determine the winner is based on four equal parts of (a) significance of the research, (b) clarity of the written paper, (c) clarity of the presentation, and (d) reviewers' average ranking. The paper must be presented by a student (or students) to be eligible for the award. The program committee's decision will be final with respect to best paper selection.

Last modified: September 12, 2008 by ConfAdmin