Best Paper Awards

Following the results of the peer review and the recommendations of the Program Committee Chairs, Best Paper Awards were given to honor the author(s) of ICALT 2003 papers of exceptional merit.

In particular, the Awards were given to:

  • Neil Taurisson and Pierre Tchounikine co-authors of paper entitled “Mixing Human and Software Agents: a Case Study” as recipients of the Best Full Paper Award

  • Sofia J.Hadjileontiadou, Georgia N.Nikolaidou, Leontios J. Hadjileontiadis and George N. Balafoutas co-authors of paper entitled “A fuzzy Logic Evaluating System to Support Web-based Collaboration Using Collaborative and Metacognitive Data” as recipients of the Best Full Paper Award

  • Rita Kuo, Wei-Peng Lien, Maiga Chang and Jia-Sheng Heh co-authors of paper entitled ”Difficulty Analysis for Learners in Problem Solving Process based on the Knowledge Map” as recipients of the Best Short Paper Award

  • Nikolaos Avouris, Vassilis Komis, Georgios Fiotakis and Meletis Margaritis co-authors of paper entitled “On tools for analysis of collaborative problem solving” as recipients of the Best Short Paper Award

  • Jan Brase, Mark Painter and Wolfgang Nejdl co-authors of paper entitled “Completing LOM – How Additional Axioms Increase the Utility of Learning Object Metadata” as recipients of the Best Poster Award

  • Milos Kravcik, Marcus Specht, Andreas Kaibel and Lucia Terrenghi co-authors of paper entitled “Collecting Data on Field Trips – RAFT Approach” as recipients of the Best Poster Award