IEEE CASE Best Conference Paper Award

About the Award

Description: The award is given annually to the author(s) of a paper presented at the IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE) that contributed 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.
Established: 2007
Prize: A single award of $1,000 to be shared by all authors and certificates for individual authors. If there are multiple authors of a winning paper, they will share the $1,000 prize equally. In the exceptional case that two papers are deemed worthy, the authors of each paper will share a $500 prize equally.
Funding: Funded by IEEE CASE conference.
Eligibility: There are no restrictions as to organization, nationality, race, creed, sex, or age, except for the acceptance of a paper and its presentation at IEEE CASE. There is no requirement for IEEE membership. Eligibility and Selection process shall comply with procedures and regulation established in IEEE and Society governing documents, particularly with IEEE Policy 4.4 on Awards Limitations.
Basis for Judging: The award is given annually to the author(s) of a paper presented in IEEE CASE that contributed 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. Finalists are selected from all the accepted papers by the Conference Awards Committee and are notified prior to the conference. The finalists will present their works in the conference plenary best paper award session that is attended by the selection committee. The committee listens to the presentations, the questions from the audience and the authors’ answers. The committee also invites comments after each presentation and considers them in the evaluation. The selection committee then decides upon the winner.
Presentation: The award will be presented during the conference. No award will be given if no qualified candidate is identified.


Winners of this Award

 

2016
Siamak Ghorbani Faal, Cagdas Denizel Onal
"Regionally Growing Random Trees: A Synergistic Motion Planning and Control Algorithm for Dynamic Systems"

2015- Two Recipients this Year!
Cong Zhao, Jingshan Li, Ningjian Huang
"Plant Flexibility Planning: Problem Formulation and Performance Estimation"
and
Qilong Huang, Qing-Shan Jia, Xiaohong Guan
"Multi-timescale Optimization between Distributed Wind Generators and Electric Vehicles in Microgrid"

2014 - Two Recipients this Year!
Yunzhe Qiu, Jie Song, Zekun Liu
"Simulation Based GA for Multi-Objective Optimization in Patient Flow Distribution"
and 
Zhiyang Jia, Liang Zhang, Jorge Arinez, Guoxian Xiao
"Analysis and Improvement of Batch-Based Production Lines with Bernoulli Machines"

2013
Lili Chen, Xi Zhang, Changyue Song
"A Severity Measurement System for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Discrimination Using a Single ECG Signal"

2012
Thomas Klotz, Norman Seßler, Bernd Straube, Eva Fordran, Karsten Turek, Jens Schönherr
"On the Formal Verification of Routing in Material Handling Systems"

2011

2010
Felipe Augusto Souza, Vinicius Peccin, Eduardo Camponogara
"Distributed Model Predictive Control Applied to Urban Traffic Networks: Implementation, Experimentation, and Analysis"

2009
Lindsay V. Allen, Kiah Mok, Dawn Tilbury
"Closed Loop Determinism for Non-Deterministic Environments: Verification for IEC 61499 Logic Controllers"

2008
Peng Wang, Peter Luh, Shi-Chung Chang, Jin Sun
"Modeling and Optimization of Crowd Guidance for Building Emergency Evacuation"

2007
Wenhui Wang, Xinyu Liu, Yu Sun
"Autonomous Zebrafish Embryo Injection Using a Microrobotic System"

Timothy Molter, Sarah McQuaide, Meng Zhang, Mark Holl, Lloyd Burgess, Mary Lidstrom, Deirdre Meldrum
"Algorithm Advancements for the Measurement of Single Cell Oxygen Consumption Rates"


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