Student Contest

Among all contributed student papers, the best papers written and presented by master and PhD students will be awarded.

Best PhD Paper Award

Submissions originating from a PhD thesis can be submitted. The PhD thesis must either be in progress or it must have been finalized no earlier than 2016. The author of the paper needs to be subscribed at a university.
Submissions are submitted using the category "Student Contests - Best PhD Paper". The paper format corresponds to the paper format of regular submissions.

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Submissions will regularly be reviewed and - if accepted - papers will be selected for oral or poster presentation.
As regular submissions, accepted PhD papers will be published within the IOS Press proceedings or in Applied Clinical Informatics.

Depending on the reviewers' recommendations, the best PhD submissions will be selected for the Best PhD Paper finals. From all finalists, an independent jury will elect the winner of the Best PhD Paper Award, based on the reviewers' evaluations, the written papers and the oral presentation.

The Best PhD Paper Award is worth € 500,-

Best Master Paper Award

Submissions originating from a master thesis or equivalent can be submitted. The thesis etc. must either be in progress or it must have been finalized no earlier than 2016. The author of the paper needs to be subscribed at a university.
Submissions are submitted using the category "Student Contest - Best Master Paper".

The paper format corresponds to the paper format of regular submissions. However, papers can be submitted both, in English or in German. English submissions may be considered for inclusion in the IOS press proceedings, depending on the quality. German submissions cannot be included in the IOS press proceedings, they will be displayed at the conference website.
Submissions will be reviewed in a separate review process and - if accepted - papers will be selected for oral or poster presentation. Depending on the reviewers' recommendations, the best submissions will be selected for the Best Master Paper finals. From all finalists, an independent jury will elect the winner of the Best Master Paper Award, based on the reviewers' evaluations, the written papers and the oral presentation.

The Best Master Paper Award is worth € 500,-

Previous Student Award Winners 2016

Best Paper of a Master Student

27463229746_46f78767da_oSecondary Use of Claims Data from the Austrian Health Insurance System with i2b2: A Pilot Study

Florian Endel

Previous Student Award Winners 2015

Best Paper of a Master Student

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Development of text mining based classification of written communication within a telemedical collaborative network.
Katharina Gruber

Best Paper of a PhD Student

Evaluation of a clinical decision support rule-set for medication adaptions in mHealth-based heart failure management
Martin Kropf

Previous Student Award Winners 2014

Best Paper of a Master Student

Validating EHR Documents: Automatic Schematron Generation Using Archetypes
Klaus Pfeiffer

Best Paper of a PhD Student

A Proposal for an Austrian Nursing Minimum Data Set (NMDS): A Delphi Study
Renate Ranegger

Previous Student Award Winners 2013

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1st Place

ADokA: Prototyp eines NFC-basierten mobilen Arzneimittel-Dokumentations-Assisitenten
Schwarz M

2nd Place

Rechtliche Rahmenbedingungen für die sekundäre Nutzung medizinischer Daten
Nachbagauer A

3rd Place

Eine modellbasiierte Vergleichsmethodik für Kommunikationsstandards
Benedict M

Previous Student Award Winners 2012

Best Paper of a Master Student

QRE: A prototype for localized up-to-date antibiotic resistance information
Meng P

Best Paper of a PhD Student

mHealth based on NFC technology - preliminary results from medium scale proof of concept projects
Jürgen Morak

Previous Student Award Winners 2011

Best Paper of a Master Student

ANFORDERUNGEN UND ERWARTUNGEN NIEDERGELASSENER ÄRZTINNEN UND ÄRZTE ZUR EINFÜHRUNG VON EHEALTH-FUNKTIONEN IN ÖSTERREICH
Baumgartner B

Best Paper of a PhD Student

AUTOMATISCHE GENERIERUNG VON FORMULAREN AUS ISO/EN 13606 ARCHETYPEN ZUR ERZEUGUNG ARCHETYP-KONFORMER EHR-EXTRAKTE
Kohler M

Previous Student Award Winners 2010

1st Place

Prediction of metastatic disease by computer aided interpretation of tumour markers in patients with malignant melanoma: a feasibility study
Christian Scheibböck

2nd Place

Medication Management for Elderly People
Angelika Dohr

3rd Place

Nutzenpotentiale von ortsbasierten Diensten im klinischen Bereich
Cornelia Schneider

Previous Student Award Winners 2009

1st Place

Individueller Gesundheitscoach für die Unterstützung von Patienten bei der Behandlung chronischer Krankheiten
Matthias Pinsker

2nd Place

Automatisierte Generierung von XML-Schemata aus EN/ISO 13606 Archetypen
Janzek-Hawlat, Kuttin, Sibinovic

3rd Place

Ein Expertensystem zur Interpretation kardiovaskulärer Befunde
Thomas Dorninger