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Best Student Paper Awards

A Student Paper Competition will take place during IGS2011.


US$500 Best Paper Award for a student presentation in the area of Cognitive-Motor Neuroscience
Sponsor: University of Maryland school of public health, department of kinesiology www.sph.umd.edu/KNES


US$500 Best Paper Award for a student presentation in the area of Forensic Sciences
Sponsor: Association of Forensic Document Examiners www.afde.org


US$500 Best Paper Award for a student presentation in the general area of Graphonomics
Sponsor: International Graphonomics Society www.graphonomics.org


(NEW) US$500 Best Paper Award for a student presentation in the areas of Neural Decoding or Brain Machine Interfaces
Sponsor: Dr. Christoph Guger, CEO of g.tec, Austria www.gtec.at


(NEW) US$500 Best Paper Award for a student presentation in the areas of Computational Models or Neuroscience
Sponsor: Prof. Juan Lopez-Coronado, Cartagena, Spain; ETSI Industriales, Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena www.disa.upct.es


The IGS2011 Committee is actively pursuing additional Student Awards, which will be announced in this webpage.

Application to Best Paper Student Award Competition

Graduate students, in good standing and currently pursuing a graduate degree at a degree-granting institution, are welcome to participate in the Best Paper Student Award Competition. Please submit the following information, together with your 4-page paper, at time of submission (for any questions please contact the Conference Chair Prof. Jose L. Contreras-Vidal at pepeum@umd.edu):

1.    Student applying for the Award should be both the First author in the paper and the Presenting author at the conference.

2.    Signed letter (in letterhead) of graduate research advisor indicating the role(s) of the student in the work to be presented at IGS2011.

 
  
     
  
 
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