Conference Awards

We are proud to announce that a Best Paper Award and a Best Student Paper Award will be selected by the Best Paper Award Selection Committee and will be presented at the conference. The winners of each award will also receive a Springer monetary prize of EUR 500 (per paper).

Among the six nominated papers, the committee will first select the best paper. Out of the remaining nominated papers which qualify as a student paper, the best student paper is selected. Please note that ONLY nominated papers that are presented at the conference will be eligible.

We are proud to announce our short list for the awards containing the following six papers (in random order):

Erlend Olsvik, Christian M. D. Trinh, Kristian Muri Knausgård, Arne Wiklund, Tonje Knutsen Sørdalen, Alf Ring Kleiven, Lei Jiao and Morten Goodwin:
Biometric Fish Classification of Temperate Species Using Convolutional Neural Network with Squeeze-and-Excitation

Kuruge Darshana Abeyrathna, Ole-Christoffer Granmo, Xuan Zhang and Morten Goodwin: A Scheme for Continuous Input to the Tsetlin Machine With Applications to Forecasting Disease Outbreaks

Bogeun Jo, Kyungbae Park and Sung Ho Ha: The BRAVO: A Framework of Building Reputation Analytics from Voice Online

Philippe Fournier-Viger, Peng Yang, Jerry Chun-Wei Lin and Uday Kiran:
Discovering Stable Periodic-Frequent Patterns in Transactional Data

Anton Borg, Martin Boldt and Johan Svensson: Using conformal prediction for multi-label document classification in e-mail support systems

Ayman A. Atallah, Ghaith Bany Hamad and Otmane Ait Mohamed:
Multipath Routing of Mixed-Critical Traffic in Time Sensitive Networks

From the short list we selected the following two papers this year:

Best Student Paper: Bogeun Jo, Kyungbae Park and Sung Ho Ha: The BRAVO: A Framework of Building Reputation Analytics from Voice Online

Best Paper: Kuruge Darshana Abeyrathna, Ole-Christoffer Granmo, Xuan Zhang and Morten Goodwin: A Scheme for Continuous Input to the Tsetlin Machine With Applications to Forecasting Disease Outbreaks

We congratulate all authors!