Awards

  • Best Student Poster Awards. Up to TWO (2) awards will be made to students who present the best posters at the conference. Each student winner will receive a $100 cash prize and an award certificate. These awards were made possible by the School of Information and the John P. and Alice M. Commons Excellence Fund. The winners are:
    • Atami Sagna De Main
    • Rachel Tessmer
  • Best Interdisciplinary Research Awards. Up to TWO (2) awards will be made to teams presenting innovative interdisciplinary research projects on topics of interest to the conference. To be eligible, each research team must include researchers (faculty and/or students) from at least two different academic disciplines. Each winning team will receive a $150 cash prize (total). Additionally, each team member will receive an award certificate. These awards were made possible by the School of Information and the John P. and Alice M. Commons Excellence Fund. The winners are:
    • Zhe He, Shubo Tian, Ankita Singh, Shayok Chakraborty, Mia Liza A. Lustria, Neil Charness, and Walter R. Boot, for their work on Machine Learning-Based Predictions of Older Adults’ Adherence to Technology-Based Cognitive Training
    • Kate Turley, Joseph Rafferty, Raymond Bond, Maurice Mulvenna, Assumpta Ryan, Pamela Topping, and Lloyd Crawford, for their work on A Circadian Lighting and Activity Detection Solution to Enhance Wellbeing for People with Dementia