Best Presentation Awards for a Full Paper Presentation
by a female presenter
by a male presenter
This twin presentation award has been set up to encourage equal visibility of female and male researchers.
The awards will be allocated to the whole co-authors of the presented paper. The attribution will be decided
a jury of people of equally balanced gender. The Beatrice Worsley Prize to Best Female Researcher is to
encourage females innovators in this field.
WORSLEY award will be accompanied with a certificate and a free 12-month online subscription to JAISE
provided by our sponsor IOS Press.
Each remaining award will be accompanied with a certificate and a free 3-month online subscription to JAISE
provided by our sponsor IOS Press.
More prizes are being considered, and could be announced at a later date.
Past Editions Winner
IE’22 Beatrice WORSLEY Award to the Best Full Paper: “A machine learning-based approach for smart
agriculture via stacking-based ensemble learning and feature selection methods” by Emna Ben-Abdallah,
Khouloud Boukadi and Rima Grati
IE’21 BEST FULL PAPER Title: “GRETA: Pervasive and AR interfaces for Controlling Intelligent
Iraklis Bekiaris, Asterios Leonidis, Maria Korozi, Christos Stratakis Emmanouil Zidianakis, Maria
Doxastaki and Constantine Stephanidis.
IE’21 BEST SHORT PAPER Title: “Experimenting a Healthy Ageing Community in Immersive Virtual Reality
The Case of World’s Longest-lived Populations” Authors: Peyman Najafi, Masi Mohammadi, Pascale M. Le
Blanc and Pieter Van Wesemael
IE’21 BEATRICE WORSLEY AWARD FOR THE BEST FEMALE RESEARCHER Winner: Masi Mohammadi, Eindhoven
University of Technology
IE’20 Best Full Paper: “Towards an automatic recommendation system to well-being for elderly based on
augmented reality” by Luis Ronquillo, Víctor Zamudio, David Gutiérrez-Hernández, Javier Navarro, Faiyaz
Doctor and Carlos Lino.
IE’20 Best Short Paper: “Estimation of User’s Orientation via Wearable UWB” by Chiara Bonsignori, Fabio
Condomitti, Marco Del Gamba, Federico Garzelli, Leonardo Lossi, Francesco Mione, Alessandro Noferi and
IE’19 Best Full Paper: “Remote Detection of Indoor Human Proximity using Bluetooth Low Energy Beacons”
Michele Girolami, Fabio Mavilia, Paolo Barsocchi, Filippo Palumbo and Stefano Chessa
IE’19 Best Short Paper: “Holistic Blockchain Approach to Trust, Privacy and Security in IoT based
Assisted Living” by Akpanakak Henry Mkpa, Jeannette Chin and Andrain Winckles
IE’18 Best Full Paper: “Mining Local Process Models with Constraints Efficiently: Applications to the
Analysis of Smart Home Data” by Niek Tax, Natalia Sidorova, Reinder Haakma and Wil M. P. van der Aalst.
IE’18 Best Short Paper: “Implementation and Evaluation of Peripheral Light Feedback for Mid-Air Gesture
Interaction in the Car” by Florian Roider and Konstantin Raab
IE’18 Best Presentation: “Implementation and Evaluation of Peripheral Light Feedback for Mid-Air Gesture
Interaction in the Car” offered to Florian Roider
IE’18 Best Doctoral Colloquium Paper: “Anomaly Detection in Elderly Daily Behavior” by Parvaneh Parvin,
Fabio Paterno and Stefano Chessa
IE’18 Best Reviewer: Miguel J. Hornos
IE’16 Best Full Paper: “Evaluating future automation work in process plants with an experience-driven
science fiction prototype” by T. Kymäläinen, E. Kaasinen, M. Aikala, H. Paunonen, J. Ruotsalainen, L.
Hakulinen, T. Heimonen, and P. Mannonen
IE’16 Best Short Paper: “Money Handling Training: Applications for Persons with Downs Syndrome” by S.
and A. Braun.
IE’16 Best Doctoral Colloquium Paper: “Activity Recognition from Video Data using Spatial and Temporal
Features” by M. Al-Wattar, R. Khusainov, D. Azzi, and J. Chiverton.
IE’16 Best Demo/Video Paper: “Human Gaze and Focusof- Attention in Dual Reality Human-Robot
by M.M. Moniri, F.A. Espinosa Valcarcel, D. Merkel, and D. Sonntag.