Indiana University's independent student newspaper. Sueños pausados. Los niños de inmigrantes indocumentados que son traídos por sus padres a los. The IEEE Jack Keil Wolf ISIT Student Paper Award is given to up to 3 outstanding papers for which a student is the principal author and presenter. This author must be a registered student of an educational institution at the time of paper submission to be eligible. The criteria for the award includes both content and presentation. The award consists of a $500 honorarium to be divided equally between all student authors of the paper, and a plaque for each student author. The Awards Committee is responsible for selecting the winners with the support of the ISIT TPC.
The Outstanding Student Paper Awards OSPAs are awarded to promote, recognize and reward undergraduate, Master's and PhD students for quality research in the geophysical sciences. Each year, Sections recruit judges to assess and score student oral and poster presentations at meetings. Typically the top 2-5% of. Wednesday, 7 June 2017Location: Hawai‘i Convention Center, Overlook Concourse Time: - The purpose of the Student Paper Competition (SPC) is to recognize outstanding technical contributions from individual students. The Technical Paper Review Committee has identifed the following students as Finalists in this year’s Student Paper Competition. Finalists will be presenting their papers at the Student Paper Competition’s Interactive Forum (SPC-IF) in addition to their regular presentation. All IMS2017 attendees are encouraged to stop by the SPC-IF and interact with these promising students, in addition to seeing them in their regular speaking sessions (listed after the paper title below in parentheses). A 30-Gb/s, 2x6-bit I/Q RF-DAC Transmitter With 19.9 d Bm in the 20–32-GHz Band (TH4I)Stefan Shopov Advisor: Sorin Voinigescu, University of Toronto Dielectric Waveguide Based Multi-Mode Sub-THz Interconnect Channel for High Data-Rate High Bandwidth-Density Planar Chip-to-Chip Communication (TH3H)Bo Yu Advisor: Qun Jane Gu, University of California, Davis A D-Band Fully-Differential Quadrature FMCW Radar Transceiver With 11 d Bm Output Power and a 3-d B 30-GHz Bandwidth in Si Ge Bi CMOS (TH1I)Muhammad Furqan Advisor: Andreas Stelzer, Johannes Kepler University A Mm-Wave Ultra-Long-Range Energy-Autonomous Printed RFID-Enabled Van-Atta Wireless Sensor: at the Crossroads of 5G and Io T (TH2G)Jimmy Hester Advisor: Manos Tentzeris, Georgia Institute of Technology A Notch-Feedback Based 4th-Order 2–4 GHz Bandpass Filter System for S-Band Radar Receiver Protection Under the LTE and Radar Coexistence (TH3C)Laya Mohammadi Advisor: Kwang-Jin Koh, Virginia Tech RF Harmonic Distortion Modeling in Silicon-Based Substrates Including Non-Equilibrium Carrier Dynamics (TU2E)Martin Rack Advisor: Jean-Pierre Raskin, Université catholique de Louvain A 1.5–88 GHz 19.5 d Bm Output Power Triple Stacked HBT In P Distributed Amplifer (TU1F) Student Finalist: Duy Nguyen Advisor: Anh-Vu Pham, University of California, Davis 0.4-THz Wideband Imaging Transmitter in 65-nm CMOS (TU2F) Student Finalist: Zeshan Ahmad Advisor: Kenneth K. Simorangkir Advisors: Karu Esselle, Macquarie University, and Yang Yang, University of Technology Sydney A DC–90 GHz 4-Vpp Differential Linear Driver in a 0.13 μm Si Ge: C Bi CMOS Technology for Optical Modulators (TU4G) Student Finalist: Pedro Rito Advisor: Dietmar Kissinger, Technische Universität Berlin Ring Resonator Based Integrated Optical Beam Forming Network With True Time Delay for mm W Communications (TU4G) Student Finalist: Yuan Liu Advisor: Jonathan Klamkin, University of California, Santa Barbara An Integrated 7-Gb/s 60-GHz Communication Link Over Single Conductor Wire Using Sommerfeld Wave Propagation in 65-nm CMOS (WE1F) Student Finalist: Kai Zhan Advisor: Arun Natarajan, Oregon State University High Performance 500-750 GHz RF MEMS Switch (WE4D)Student Finalist: Yukang Feng Advisor: N.
ISSN 2042-2695 CEP Discussion Paper No 1350. May 2015. Ill Communication Technology, Distraction & Student Performance. Louis , giving recognition to the author and the institution at which the work was done. The Award winner will also receive a full conference registration to the SMPTE 2018 Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition in Los Angeles, CA, where they will be recognized at the Annual Awards Gala. There is no required technical level for the papers. Possible topics include ultra-high definition (UHD); color and dynamic range management; the future of media distribution; media infrastructure; workflow management; cloud and virtualized media processing; image acquisition and processing; content management, storage, restoration, and preservation; cinema processing and projection technology; human perception of images or sound; quality and monitoring of images and sound; compression; security; audio techniques; advances in display technologies; virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR), as well as 360° video; machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) in content creation. These criteria will be used to evaluate the author’s understanding of the subject, contribution to the information or literature, and ability to organize and present material clearly. All submitted papers must have the following information on the title page: All submissions must be accompanied by a copy of a current Student ID card. Submit Your Paper Be sure to select the "Student" listed as a Track, when you submit.
Gair rhydd, the student paper at Cardiff University, courted controversy when, on February 4, 2006, it reproduced the cartoons, originally printed in Jyllands-Posten. Lund University Publications Student Papers (LUP-SP) is the institutional repository for master theses and student papers from Lund University. The repository contains bibliographic information on over 56,000 publications. The full texts of the documents are made freely available when possible. If you wish to search research publications from Lund University instead, please go to Lund University Publications.
The SEAC Student Paper Competition is one of the highlights of the annual meeting. The value of this award lies first and foremost in the recognition that the winner and the runner-up receive from peers and colleagues. These student winners are among our best and brightest and it is always a pleasure to acknowledge. According to a report (swe)from the Swedish National Agency for Higher Education (HSV), the most common cases dealt with by the disciplinary boards in Sweden's universities concern cheating through plagiarism. It is a serious problem that has increased over the last few years, perhaps mostly because of the extended possibilities of downloading educational related material from the Internet. Many universities have acknowledged the problem of plagiarism and have taken measures against it, such as by using URKUND URKUND provides a service that can be used to deal with this problem. The Service has been developed in co-operation with the Pedagogical Department at Uppsala University and consists of a system for submission of papers, reports, essays and other written material. By using URKUND as a student, you make sure that no one can plagiarise your work.
The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences. The Outstanding Student Presentation Awards (OSPAs) are awarded to promote, recognize and reward undergraduate, Master’s and Ph D students for quality research in the geophysical sciences. Each year, Sections recruit judges to assess and score student oral and poster presentations at meetings. Typically the top 2-5% of presenters in each Section are awarded an OSPA.
Student Paper Contest. Program announced ⇒ Advanced Program. Awards □ Grand Prize Certificates + KRW 300,000 + International Travel Fund up to KRW 1,000,000 Invited Presentation in 2018.11 Tokyo Section Student Paper Contest □ Gold Prize Certificates + KRW 200,000 □ Silver Prize Certificates +. The editor-in-chief of a student newspaper at Middlebury College has personally apologized for running a photo of conservative scholar Charles Murray on the front page. In an “Editor’s Note” published online last week, Editor-in-chief of [RELATED: Students aggressively mock, harass Charles Murray at UMich]“I recognize that it may be especially jarring, particularly for students of color who feel that Charles Murray’s rhetoric poses a threat to their very humanity,” Brady wrote. “I also recognize that Murray’s visit to campus last March is an open wound for a campus trying desperately to move forward from it.”According to Brady, the decision to publish the photograph sparked a “heated debate” among the editors last week, with most of the editorial staff opposing the idea.“During a heated debate in the newsroom on Tuesday night, most of the section editors, and the managing editor, said that running this photograph would be inappropriate,” Brady explained. “Though I deeply respect the input of my editors, I decided to run the photograph anyway. It was mine alone, and any criticism should be directed at me alone.”Murray’s last appearance on campus, almost exactly one year ago, was derailed by violent protests that forced him to finish the event from inside a secure room. The riots also resulted in a head injury to a female professor, Allison Stanger, who was escorting Murray out of the venue, and who was also featured on the photograph published by the student paper. [RELATED: Angry mob turns on liberal prof for defending Charles Murray]“This photograph is not meant to troll, or to cause pain, but to ask how that protest still lives with us today, one year later,” Brady wrote. “For many, this image is burned in our collective memory. As much as we try to distance ourselves from that moment, we are made from it.”The editor-in-chief also said that running that particular photograph “is a political act” and that “moving forward requires looking inside, however unpleasant that may be.” “We cannot escape our history,” he concluded.
Jan 26, 2018. The Transportation Planning Division TPD awards outstanding student papers on current transportation planning or policy issues. The purpose is to recognize and reward work completed for courses in accredited graduate planning programs. James Mynatt stands next to a sticker stating, “Science reason and secular values,” on the gate of his truck. James leads a secular group at Ivy Tech Community College and prides himself on his outgoing and spontaneous personality. By Ty Vinson" / James Mynatt talks about his plans for the rest of the day after volunteering for a food drive at Ivy Tech Community College. Mynatt graduated from Ivy Tech with a general education associate's degree and is working toward a second associate's degree in human services. By Ty Vinson" / Skulls and skeletons are prominent decorations on James Mynatt’s truck.
The Divisions are pleased to announce the 2018 Student Paper Competitions and Outstanding Scholarship Awards. View the Student Paper Competitions and Outstanding Scholarship Awards announcement and submit a paper or nominate a book, article, or scholar. In order to be considered for any of the Student Paper. : Reducing water usage, improving irrigation and agricultural practices, recycling wastewater, water pricing, desalination, protecting water rights, water harvesting, and improving conservation technologies : Clean energy technologies such as biodigesters; geothermal systems; cellulosic ethanol; biofuels from algae, switchgrass and other plants; biodiesel from grease, animal fat or plant oils; wind turbines; solar energy, hydroelectric power, etc. : Preventing and treating livestock and poultry diseases with improved management, investments in vaccine development, improved veterinary care, and proper application of medications to avoid antibiotic-resistance. : Technologies, policies and practices that reduce the negative impact of erratic weather conditions, rising temperatures, flooding and drought, saltwater intrusion, shifting plant diseases, rising levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, and support ecosystem and household resilience : Improved agricultural practices (such as cover crops, integrated pest management, agroforestry, crop rotation, and reduced tillage) to combat erosion, desertification, and soil nutrient depletion; reduce pesticide and herbicide use; and minimize environmental degradation : Sustainable practices for raising livestock, poultry and fish, such as management intensive grazing, integrated livestock/poultry grazing, poultry/vegetable production systems, aquaculture and fish pond farming systems : Reducing spoilage and improving the quality and shelf life of food products with improved storage, food preservation techniques and processing capacity; technologies and efforts to decrease insect and rodent damage; and changing human behavior to reduce waste : Addressing obesity, heart disease, diabetes, anemia, and other dietary diseases through nutrition education, access to nutritious foods, and healthy behavior (dietary diversification, food selection, portion-size control, exercise, etc.) : Reducing micronutrient deficiencies (iron, vitamin A, iodine, zinc) and protein-energy malnutrition through improved access to nutritious food, exclusive breastfeeding, biofortification, food fortification, supplementation, school-feeding programs, nutrition education, emergency therapeutic feeding, etc. : Treated bed nets; antiretrovirals; improved access to healthcare, vaccines, contraception, and sexual and health education to prevent the spread of Malaria, HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Guinea Worm, Schistosomiasis, Sleeping Sickness, and other diseases Use the student paper packet as a guide to create an outline by answering the guided questions. Then, draft your paper using the outline you created. Be sure to follow the format requirements and recommended breakdowns. Proofread your paper to edit for sentence structure and proper grammar. Ask at least three other people to read your paper and give you feedback.
Campus Box 7318 Raleigh, NC 27695 Phone 919-515-2411 Email firstname.lastname@example.org The objective of the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering Student Paper Contest is to assist students in developing proficiency in the presentation of technical or research projects in both oral and visual form.
A research paper is original work and could be written by anyone with the background. A student paper is a research paper written exclusively by students. The reality is that faculty will be involved in some way, even if it is only running the research program which made the work possible. In reality, the. A research paper is original work and could be written by anyone with the background. A student paper is a research paper written exclusively by student(s). The reality is that faculty will be involved in some way, even if it is only running the research program which made the work possible. In reality, the faculty will be more involved than that: discussing, reading and suggesting. I believe that the difference would be in the scope, length and research significance of the paper, basically significant pieces of research compared to smaller pieces of research. Also research in progress could be submitted as a student paper in some circumstances.
The winners of best paper competitions earn travel awards to ASA-sponsored conferences. A student publication is a media outlet such as a newspaper, magazine, television show, or radio station produced by students at an educational institution. These publications typically cover local and school related news, but they may also report on national or international news as well. Most student publications are either part of a curricular class or run as an extracurricular activity. Student publications serve as both a platform for community discussion and a place for those interested in journalism to develop their skills. These publications report news, publish opinions of students and faculty, and may run advertisements catered to the student body.
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Student Paper Contest. SPE coordinates 14 regional student paper contests at the undergraduate, master's, and PhD level. Students compete against other students in their region for the opportunity to advance to the International Student Paper Contest held during ATCE. Contestants enter an abstract of their paper and. Graduate students are the future of our profession and contribute substantially to the success of the Archaeological Institute of America’s Annual Meeting by delivering papers based on original research. Through its Graduate Student Paper Award the Archaeological Institute of America recognizes this contribution and encourages outstanding research by students. Eligible students are predoctoral students in any discipline related to archaeology who have had a paper accepted by the Program for the Annual Meeting Committee for presentation at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the AIA and who have checked the box on the submission form indicating that they were interested in the award. Accepted papers should then be submitted by email and in their entirety to the Graduate Student Paper Award Committee for consideration for the award. The full written paper along with images must be received by December 3, 2018.
UC Berkeley student newspaper has apologized after publishing an anti-Semitic cartoon of Harvard law Professor Alan Dershowitz following stark criticism. By taking part in your AIAA Regional Student Conference and the AIAA Foundation International Student Conference. Here you’ll have the chance to present your research in a formal technical meeting atmosphere. Just as important, you’ll exchange ideas and discuss programs with students from other schools in your region. Every AIAA regional student conference encourages students to present research papers. You’ll compete for three cash prizes in graduate and undergraduate categories. First-place regional winners are then invited to the AIAA Foundation International Student Conference, held during the AIAA Sci Tech Forum each January.
APLA Graduate Student Paper Prize Competition APLA Association for Political and Legal Anthropology is pleased to announce that the 2016 Student Paper Prize is open for submissions. The committee will select five finalists; each finalist will be assigned a mentor who shares substantive interests, to offer feedback. THE IEEE ENGINEERING IN MEDICINE & BIOLOGY SOCIETY SPONSORS A PAPER COMPETITION FOR EMBS STUDENT MEMBERS (GRADUATES AND UNDERGRADUATES). Competition Deadline for Paper Submission: February 16, 2018 Faculty Advisor Nomination Form Deadline: between February 16, 2018 and March 1, 2018 Students should submit their entry to the Conference as a Contributed Paper by the deadline. Each student’s Faculty Advisor will be required to endorse their student’s submission by submitting a Nomination Form by the nomination form deadline. Failure to submit the accompanying Nomination Form within the submission window will invalidate the respective student paper submission for the student paper competition. Submissions are evaluated on their originality, scientific merits, structure, and clarity of composition.
A student publication is a media outlet such as a newspaper, magazine, television show, or radio station produced by students at an educational institution. These publications typically cover local and school related news, but they may also report on national or international news as well. Most student publications are either. RAS (Railway Applications Section), a subdivision of INFORMS (Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences), is sponsoring a student research paper contest on analytics and fact-based decision making in railway applications with three cash prizes totalling US$1,750. Awards are offered at three levels: $1,000 First Place, $500 Second Place, $250 Third place. In addition, the First Place paper will be offered expedited review in the journal Networks, with a recommendation from the RAS judges. RAS is grateful to its 2017 sponsors for supporting this award. Overview Railway Applications is a section of INFORMS (Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences). RAS provides a forum for bringing together practitioners, consultants, and academics interested in applying Operations Research and Management Science techniques (OR/MS) to the railroad industry. The student paper contest is intended to stimulate interest in OR/MS applications to railways, and to encourage students to pursue an education in railway applications. The methodologies of OR/MS include mathematical programming, simulation, analytics, data analysis, and scientific management. The focus in RAS and INFORMS is the management of technology, resources, and service delivery.
Feb 3, 2018. The objective of the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering Student Paper Contest is to assist students in developing proficiency in the presentation of technical or research projects in both oral and visual form. This year the contest was held on Saturday, January 27, 2018. Session winners. Policy approved by the Satellite Division Executive Committee, October 2017 Student Paper Awards are intended to give promising students an opportunity to attend the world’s leading international ION GNSS conference and present their research. The students also get an opportunity to meet industry leaders and learn about the latest developments in GNSS technology. Full-time undergraduate or graduate students in engineering, science, mathematics or other related fields are eligible. Multiple student authors are acceptable (no faculty, government or industry co-authors), but only the lead author will be sponsored to attend the conference and present the paper. Students who have been sponsored in the past to attend an ION GNSS meeting are not eligible. The number of awards each year will be determined by the Satellite Division Chair. The Satellite Division Student Awards Chair will organize a committee representing leaders in various aspects of GNSS technology. The Student Awards Chair shall submit the names of all committee members to the Satellite Division Chair for approval.
The IEEE Jack Keil Wolf ISIT Student Paper Award is given to up to 3 outstanding papers for which a student is the principal author and presenter. APLA (Association for Political and Legal Anthropology) is pleased to announce that the 2016 Student Paper Prize is open for submissions. APLA awards a cash prize of $350.00, plus travel expenses of up to $650.00 if the prize winner attends the 2017 annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association (Washington DC) to receive the prize in person. The committee will select five finalists; each finalist will be assigned a mentor who shares substantive interests, to offer feedback. The prize winner will be announced in Anthropology News, and the winning paper will be published in the peer-reviewed journal of APLA, which is . The APLA Board invites individuals who are students in a graduate degree-granting program (including M. Please submit papers to jennifer.curtis@uk by July 1, 2017. We encourage submissions that expand the purview of political and legal anthropology and challenge us to think in new ways about power, politics and law. Topics may include citizenship; colonialism and post-colonial public spheres; cosmopolitanism; cultural politics; disability; environment; globalization; governance; humanitarianism; medicine, science, and technology; multiculturalism; nationalism; NGOs and civil society; new media; immigration and refugees; resistance; religious institutions; security, policing, or militarism; sexualities; social movements; human and civil rights; sovereignty; war and conflict.