Best Student Paper
A Scenario-based approach for analyzing complex cascading effects in Operational Risk Management.
Authors: Miguel Ramírez de la Huerga et al.
Best Insight Paper
Introspect Model: Competency Assessment in the Virtual World.
Authors: Katherine Lamb, Martijn Boosman, Jim Davies.
Best Research Paper ISCRAM2015 Awards
Best Student Paper:
Bas Lijnse (Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands; The Netherlands Defense Academy)
Paper: Capturing the Netherlands Coast Guard’s SAR Workflow with iTasks by Lijnse, Bas; Jansen, Jan Martin; Nanne, Ruud; Plasmeijer, Rinus
Rebecca Walton et al. (University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA)
Paper: Defining ‘Fast’: Factors Affecting the Experience of Speed in Humanitarian Logistics by Walton, Rebecca W.; Mays, Robin E.; Haselkorn, Mark P.
ISCRAM2011 Best Paper Awards
ISCRAM2009 Best Paper Award Winners
Winner Mike Meleshkin Award for the best student paper: Nitesh Bharosa (Delft University of Technology), paper co-authored by Marijn Janssen
Paper: Reconsidering information management roles and capabilities in disaster response decision-making units.
ISCRAM2009 Best Paper Award and Mike Meleshkin Award
The 2007 winner of the Mike Meleshkin award for best PhD student paper at the ISCRAM Conference was Valentin Bertsch (Dipl.-Math. techn.), PhD student at the French-German Institute for Environmental Research (DFIU), Institute for Industrial Production (IIP) at the University of Karlsruhe in Germany.
Congratulations to Valentin for this well-deserved award!
Manuel Llavador wins the 2006 Mike Meleshkin best paper award at ISCRAM2006 conference for his paper “A Framework for Development of Emergency Management and Response Systems”, co-authored with Patricio Letelier, Carmen Penades, Jose Canos, Marcos Borges and Carlos Solis.
Congratulations to the winner of the Mike Meleskin award 2004 for the best Ph.d-student paper at ISCRAM2004:
PhD student at the Victoria Institute (Sweden)
for his paper: “Fire Crew Enroute Sensemaking in Emergency Response”