- Artificial Intelligence - AIJ Prominent Paper Award
- Artificial Intelligence - AIJ Classic Paper Award
- Biomedical Signal Processing and Control - BSPC Young Scientist Award
- Computational Geometry – Young Researcher Award
- Computational Geometry – Test of Time Award
- Computer Speech and Language – Best Paper Award
- Computers & Graphics – SMI Best Paper Award
- Data & Knowledge Engineering - Peter P. Chen Award
- Expert Systems with Applications - PhD Student Research Paper Award
- Image and Vision Computing - PAMI Young Researcher Award
- International Journal of Approximate Reasoning - Young Researcher Award
- Journal of Complexity – Best Paper Award
- Journal of Computational Science – ICCS Best Paper Award
- Journal of Sound and Vibration - Doak Award
- Medical Image Analysis - MICCAI Best Paper Award
- Pattern Recognition Letters - IAPR Piero Zamperoni Best Student Paper Award
- Semantic Web Challenge
Journal of Sound and Vibration - Doak Award
The Doak Award was established in 2012 by Elsevier in order to highlight the most successful paper in the Journal of Sound and Vibration each year. The award is made in the name of Professor Philip E. Doak, the first Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Sound and Vibration, and the person with whom the journal will always be inextricably linked.
Professor Doak was, by all possible standards, an exceptional editor. He encouraged new academics, in the best way possible, by combining great personal kindness with a shrewd and objective assessment of the manuscripts that came to him. This ensured an enviable academic standard for the journal, and it has been the pleasure and privilege of successive editors to attempt to emulate his style and academic standards.
The Doak Award is given for the paper which has the best combined record of downloads and citations. All papers published in the Journal across the selected review period are eligible from across the whole spectrum of sound and vibration.
Semantic Web Challenge - Supported by the Journal of Web Semantics
The Semantic web challenge is sponsored by Elsevier.
The central idea of the Semantic Web is to extend the current human-readable web by encoding some of the semantics of resources in a machine-processable form. Moving beyond syntax opens the door to more advanced applications and functionality on the Web. Computers will be better able to search, process, integrate and present the content of these resources in a meaningful, intelligent manner.
The overall objective of the challenge is to apply Semantic Web techniques in building online end-user applications that integrate, combine and deduce information needed to assist users in performing tasks.
The Semantic Web Challenge consists of two tracks: the Open Track and the Big Data Track. The key difference between the two tracks is that the Big Data Track requires the participants to make use of large-scale data sets. The Open Track has no such restrictions. The Challenge is open to everyone from industry and academia.
Applicants are required to demonstrate applications that can work on Web scale using realistic Web-quality data. The Semantic Web Challenge offers participants the chance to show the best of the Semantic Web.
The challenge is advised by a board of experts working at universities and in private industry. The advisory board also acts as a jury and awards the best applications at the yearly International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC).
The ceremony takes place during the annual ISWC.
Artificial Intelligence - AIJ Prominent Paper Award
The AIJ Prominent Paper Award recognizes outstanding papers published not more than five years ago in Artificial Intelligence that are exceptional in their significance and impact. The award is presented at the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI) Conference.
Artificial Intelligence - AIJ Classic Paper Award
Since 1970, when Artificial Intelligence began publication there have been many seminal papers published that have made outstanding contributions to our research field and influenced future science for different reasons. The AIJ Classic Paper Award recognizes these excellent papers and highlights their significance and impact.
Biomedical Signal Processing and Control - BSPC Young Scientist Award
The MAVEBA 2013 Workshop has instituted the BSPC Young Scientist Award consisting of a Best Paper and a Best Poster Award, which are intended to encourage and reward the scholarly efforts of early-stage investigators in Voice Modelling and Analysis Research. The Awards (Euro 500,00 each) are offered by the Journal: Biomedical Signal Processing and Control, and will be given to presenters with accepted papers that are judged to have the greatest positive impact on the mission and quality of MAVEBA 2013 among the applicants for the Award.
Computational Geometry - Test of Time Award
Awarded to the paper, which has had the most impact, published in Computational Geometry 10 or more years ago. The recipient receives a cash prize of €500.
Computers & Graphics - SMI Best Paper Award
Data & Knowledge Engineering - Peter P. Chen Award
Data and Knowledge Engineering journal sponsors the Peter P. Chen award. The award is presented to one person each year for outstanding contributions to the field of conceptual modeling. The award is presented by the Editor-in-Chief, Peter P. Chen, annually at the Entity Relationship (ER) International Conference on Conceptual Modeling.
PhD Student Research Paper Award - ESWA
Awarded to the outstanding PhD student who has published a paper in Expert Systems with Applications in the previous year. The recipient receives a cash prize of $500.
PAMI Young Researcher Award
Image and Vision Computing sponsor the PAMI Young Researcher Award. The nominee must be a researcher within 7 years of their Ph.D. The award is presented at the Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR).
Young Researcher Award - IJA
Awarded to one (or more) young researcher's for excellent research in the area of imprecise probabilities. The award is sponsored by the International Journal of Approximate Reasoning.The prize fund consists of €1,000, in order to support the attendance of the International Symposium on Imprecise Probability: Theories and Applications (ISIPTA) by partially reimbursing expenses. ISIPTA is a bi-annual conference. The award is open to Master students, PhD students and young post-doc researchers who received their PhD after ISIPTA'11 and who have demonstrated excellence in research on imprecise probabilities.
Best Paper Award - JCOM
Awarded to the paper/s published in the Journal of Complexity in the previous year. The paper/s will be those displaying exceptional merit, as judged by the Award Committee. There is a cash prize of $3,000.
ICCS Best Paper Award
The Journal of Computational Science sponsors three awards at the International Conference on Computational Science (ICCS). There are awards for each conference track:
main track, workshop and poster. There is a cash prize of €500 for each award.
MICCAI Best Paper Award
Medical Image Analysis sponsors the MICCAI Best Paper Award. The award is presented annually at the Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI) conference.