IEEE-CASE Best Student Conference Paper Award
About the Award
Description: To recognize a student author(s) of a paper presented at the IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE) contributing to the notable advancement in automation research: abstractions, algorithms, theory, methodologies, and models that improve efficiency, productivity, quality, and reliability of machines and systems operating in structured environments over extended periods, or that improve the explicit structuring of environments where machines and systems operate
Prize: $1,000 USD to be shared by all authors and certificates for individual authors
Funding: IEEE-CASE Conference
Eligibility: The paper must have a student as the lead author and be presented by the student at IEEE-CASE. There are no restrictions as to IEEE membership, organization, nationality, race, creed, sex, or age
Basis for Judging: Factors to be considered are: originality, innovation, depth, quality, and significance in automation science and engineering, and quality of presentation at IEEE-CASE
Presentation: The award will be presented during IEEE-CASE. No award will be given if no qualified candidate is identified
Winners of this Award
Behzad Sadrfaridpour (Student), Hamed Saeidi, Yue Wang
"An Integrated Framework for Human-Robot Collaborative Assembly in Hybrid Manufacturing Cells"
Peng Wang (Student), Xinyao Tang, Robert Gao
"Automated Performance Tracking for Heat Exchangers in HVAC"
Nicla Frigerio (Student), Andrea Matta
"Energy Saving Policies for a Machine Tool with Warm-Up, Stochastic Arrivals and Buffer Information"
Wim Devesse (Student), Marcus Ramteen, Lei Feng, Jan Wikander
"A Real-Time Optimal Control Method for Swing-Free Tower Crane Motions"
Mohammad Reza Shoaei (Student), Lei Feng, Bengt Lennartson
"Abstractions for Nonblocking Supervisory Control of Extended Finite Automata"
Gian Antonio Susto, Alessandro Beghi, Cristina De Luca
"A Predictive Maintenance System for Silicon Epitaxial Deposition"
A. Nazeem (Student Author), S. Reveliotis
"A Practical Approach to the Design of Maximally Permissive Liveness-Enforcing Supervisors for Complex Resource Allocation Systems"
David J. Cappelleri (Student Author), Adam Halasz, Jai-Yoon Sul, Tae Kyung Kim, James Eberwine, Vijay Kumar
"Towards Fully Automated Phototransfection"
1st Place: Chiwoo Park (Student Author), Yu Ding, Eunshin Byon
"Collaborative Data Reduction for Energy Efficient Sensor Networks"
2nd Place: Vivek Nandakumar (Student Author), Mark R. Holl, Deirdre Meldrum
"A Flexible Framework for Automation of Single Cell and Cell-To-Cell Interaction Analyses"
3rd Place: Feng Duan (Student Author), Ye Zhang, Nuttapol Pongthanya, Kei Watanabe, Hiroshi Yokoi, Tamio Arai
"Analyzing Human Skill through Control Trajectories and Motion Capture Data"
T. H. Tran (Student Author), Ngai Ming Kwok, Steven Scheding, Q. P. Ha
"Dynamic Modelling of Wheel-Terrain Interaction of a UGV"