Student Paper Award, ICICTE 2016 is for research
contribution by students submitting their papers to the
conference. Up to five finalists will be invited to present
their research at the
Graduate Student Award Symposium of the
conference. All final papers will be published in the conference
submissions that will indicate they are intended for the contest
will be considered for entry in the the ICICTE Student Paper
Award. Students must be the first author and be the on-site
presenter of the paper.
Graduate Student Papers will be double-blind peer
evaluated by members of the adjudicating committee.
Authors of accepted proposals will be required to
submit the first draft of their paper along with a letter from
their graduate advisor stating why they believe their student’s
paper should be considered for the award (Deadline: March 25,
2016). Up to five students will be invited to present their
research in the
Graduate Student Award Symposium.
Only one student may be the first
author, and the student's supervisor may appear on the paper as
the second author. No cooperation research projects are eligible
for the contest.
The student finalists papers will be published as submitted as
completed manuscripts. Those papers submitted for the contest
that will not be finalists and that are subsequently invited to
participate in the conference plenary sessions, will receive
comments by the referees in the same way as all other papers
excluding finalist papers.
The winner of the
Graduate Student Paper Award will receive an award and a
certificate from 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 2016 selected papers issues of contributing journals.
Click HERE for past winners of the
GRADUATE STUDENT PAPER PRIZE