IEEE-CASE Best Application Paper Award (Sponsored by QSI)
About the Award
Description: Best application paper presented at the International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE)
Prize: $1,000 USD to be shared by all authors and certificates for individual authors
Funding: 2008-2012 by QSI
Eligibility: All papers presented in the IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE CASE) in current year
Basis for Judging: Factors to be considered: The significance of new applications, technical merit, originality, potential impact on the field, and clarity of presentation. The Committee consists of experts in the related fields and is led by the CASE Conference Award Committee Chair.
Presentation: IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE) Awards Ceremony
Winners of this Award
Kevin Weekly, Donghyun Rim, Lin Zhang, Alexandre Bayen, William W Nazaroff, Costas Spanos
"Low-Cost Coarse Airborne Particulate Matter Sensing for Indoor Occupancy Detection"
Animesh Garg, Timmy Siauw, Dmitry Berenson, J. Adam Cunha, I-Chow Joe Hsu, Jean Pouliot, Dan Stoianovici, Ken Goldberg
"Initial Experiments toward Automated Robotic Implantation of Skew-Line Needle Arrangements for HDR Brachytherapy"
John Broderick, Lindsay V. Allen, Dawn Tilbury
"Anomaly Detection Without a Pre-Existing Formal Model: Application to an Industrial Manufacturing System"
Sergej Fatikow, Volkmar Eichhorn, Daniel Jasper, Michael Weigel-Jech, Florian Niewiera, Florian Krohs
"Automated Nanorobotic Handling of Bio and Nano-Materials"
Nikola Trcka, Vander Wil Aalst, Natalia Sidorova
"Workflow Completion Patterns"
Sven Soetebier, Christian Mueller, Nicolas Mauser, Sonke Kock, Fabrice Legeleux
"Flexible Automation for Automotive Body Assembly"