Best Student Paper Awards
The CIP2010 Organizing Committee is continuing a tradition of encouraging student participation in the IAPR/EURASIP/IET/IEEE conferences by
holding a competition to select the Best Student Paper of CIP2010 from among the papers submitted by university students at the graduate or
undergraduate level (the student must be the first author of the paper).
Drawn from student papers that were submitted, self-identified for participation in the competition (by selecting the “Student” Category at
the time of submitting the paper, after you have selected the Track), and accepted, a panel of experts from industry and academia will
perform an initial scoring of the papers. This scoring will identify 6 to 10 leading papers that will undergo final evaluation, leading to
the selection of the winners that will be announced at the conference banquet.
The CIP2010 Best Student Paper Competition is sponsored by Texas Instrument, Springer and Academic Press. The awards consist of three
OMAP-L137/TMS320C6747 Floating Point Starter Kits, ten copies of the book “Pattern recognition and machine learning” (Springer, 2006),
authored by C. Bishop, who is one of our Distinguished Speakers at CIP2010, and ten copies of the book “Pattern Recognition” (Academic
Press, 2008), co-authored by S. Theodoridis and K. Koutroumbas. The workshop best paper awards selection process will be run by Prof.
Sergios Theodoridis, the General co-chair, and Prof. Mérouane Debbah and Dr. Maria Sabrina Greco, the CIP2010 Technical Program co-chairs.