Best papers are

2 Best papers :

Stefano Ciliberti "Message passing algorithms for non-linear nodes and data compression".

Stefano Nolfi " Behaviour as a complex adaptive system".


The Best Poster :

Anastasia Yartseva, Hanna Klaudel, François Képès "Incremental and unifying modeling formalism for biological interaction networks".




The Program Committee will split the Award (3000€) between the Best Paper, the Best Student Paper and the Best Poster, according to the following selection procedures :

Before the conference, the PC has selected a small set of candidate papers. On the last day of the conference and on the basis of both written papers and oral presentations, the PC will convene and select the Best Paper and the Best Student Paper. In case of papers with comparable merit, the PC may decide to award more than one prize in either or both categories. The criterion for a "student" paper is that the primary contributor defended his/her doctorate thesis no more than 3 years before the conference.

To select the Best Poster, each registered participant will receive one paper ballot during the conference. Participants will be encouraged to attend poster sessions to make up their mind. A voting booth will be open on the last day, where participants can cast their ballot by filling up the number of their favorite poster. At the end of the last conference day, the PC will select the best poster(s) based on the votes.

List Of Candidates

Best Paper Award

Student Best Paper Award





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