• Best Student Presentation — at the participants' workshop
  • Most Active Participant — insightful questions during briefings
  • Best Blog entry — either a participation report or a post inspired by the event
  • Best developer — relating to a programming contest at the school

Best student presentation

Up to 2 presentations can receive the award. Both "early research stage" and "late research stage" presentations are welcome. “Early research stage” proxies for a PhD student who is working on a PhD proposal or first research results meant to be publishable and to feed into a thesis eventually. “Late research stage” proxies for a PhD student who will soon finish and thus has significant finalized and possibly published research results to report on.


  • Daco Harkes (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands) — Best Student Presentation
  • Nesrine Noughi (PReCISE Research Center, University of Namur, Belgium) — Best Student Presentation

More awardees will be listed here in due time.

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