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Entrants must have been registered as a graduate student for a least one semester during the 12-month period prior to the annual meeting. The work reported must have been performed by the entrant named as the first author of the abstract proposed and the final paper.

Selection Procedures:
An evaluation committee formed by members of the Scientific Committee will evaluate all submissions. On the basis of the proposals, this committee will issue invitations to submit a full paper. Up to five finalists will be accepted on the basis of the first submission of the paper. Those selected as finalists will be informed at the time their paper’s first draft of paper is accepted for the conference. Their work will be presented as 15-minute oral presentations, with the opportunity for 10 minutes of discussion at the end of each presentation. Following this session, members of the evaluation committee will select a winner who will be announced at the closing ceremonies of the conference.

Papers not selected for presentation as finalists in the Graduate Student Award Symposium are still eligible to be presented at the conference in a regular session.

All finalists will have their conference fee waived. Only social and conference material fees will need to be paid (amounting to €120
- click HERE for a full list of registration fees). The winner of the Graduate Student Paper Prize will receive 1000 euros to help pay for the travel expenses necessary for their participation at the conference. All finalists who are present during the closing ceremonies will receive a citation. In addition, all papers will automatically be considered for the ICICTE 2009 selected papers issues of Campus-Wide Information Systems, the UFV Research Review and Interactive Learning Environments.


BACK to UFV Graduate Student Paper Prize page.

Previous winners of the UFV Graduate Student Paper Prize.



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