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Previous Awards

The papers receiving these awards were selected from a set of outstanding papers, based on the quantitative and qualitative classifications as well as comments provided by the program committee reviewers, their final classification as full paper and their oral presentation at the conference.

2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010

BIOSIGNALS 2016

Best Paper Award


Extraction of Temporal Gait Parameters using a Reduced Number of Wearable Accelerometers
Mohamed Boutaayamou, Vincent Denoël, Olivier Brüls, Marie Demonceau, Didier Maquet, Bénédicte Forthomme, Jean-Louis Croisier, Cédric Schwartz, Jacques G. Verly and Gaëtan Garraux

Best Student Paper Award


A Simulation-based Methodology to Test and Assess Designs of Mechatronic Neural Interface Systems
Samuel Bustamante, Juan C. Yepes, Vera Z. Pérez and Julio C. Correa

BIOSIGNALS 2015

Best Paper Award


A User-centric Design of Permanent Magnetic Articulography based Assistive Speech Technology
Lam A. Cheah, Jie Bai, Jose A. Gonzalez, Stephen R. Ell, James M. Gilbert, Roger K. Moore and Phil D. Green

Best Student Paper Award


Recognizing Hand and Finger Gestures with IMU based Motion and EMG based Muscle Activity Sensing
Marcus Georgi, Christoph Amma and Tanja Schultz

BIOSIGNALS 2014

Best Paper Award


Observer Design for a Nonlinear Minimal Model of Glucose Disappearance and Insulin Kinetics
Driss Boutat, Mohamed Darouach and Holger Voos

Best Student Paper Award


Synchronization of Electroencephalography and Eye Tracking using Global Illumination Changes
Daniel Siboska, Henrik Karstoft and Henrik Pedersen

BIOSIGNALS 2013

Best Paper Award


Dynamic Data-based Modelling of Synaptic Plasticity: mGluR-dependent Long-term Depression
Tim Tambuyzer, Tariq Ahmed, C. James Taylor, Daniel Berckmans, Detlef Balschun and Jean-Marie Aerts

Best Student Paper Award


Array-based Electromyographic Silent Speech Interface
Michael Wand, Christopher Schulte, Matthias Janke and Tanja Schultz

BIOSIGNALS 2012

Best Paper Award


A WEARABLE GAIT ANALYSIS SYSTEM USING INERTIAL SENSORS PART II - Evaluation in a Clinical Setting
A. Sant'Anna, N. Wickström, H. Eklund and R. Tranberg

Best Student Paper Award


AN EFFICIENT STOCHASTIC BASED MODEL FOR SIMULATING MICROELECTRODE RECORDINGS OF THE DEEP BRAIN - Modelling and Analysis
K. J. Weegink, J. J. Varghese, P. A. Bellette, T. Coyne, P. A. Silburn and P. A. Meehan

BIOSIGNALS 2011

Best Paper Award


BIO-INSPIRED AUDITORY PROCESSING FOR SPEECH FEATURE ENHANCEMENT
HariKrishna Maganti and Marco Matassoni

Best Student Paper Award


OPTICAL METHODS FOR LOCAL PULSE WAVE VELOCITY ASSESSMENT
T. Pereira, M. Cabeleira, P. Matos, E. Borges, V. Almeida, J. Cardoso, C. Correia and H. C. Pereira

BIOSIGNALS 2010

Best Paper Award


PROBABILISTIC PATIENT MONITORING USING EXTREME VALUE THEORY - A Multivariate, Multimodal Methodology for Detecting Patient Deterioration
Samuel Hugueny, David A. Clifton and Lionel Tarassenko

Best Student Paper Award


FEATURE RELEVANCE ASSESSMENT IN AUTOMATIC INTER-PATIENT HEART BEAT CLASSIFICATION
G. de Lannoy, D. François, J. Delbeke and M. Verleysen

BIOSIGNALS 2009

Best Paper Award
DETECTION OF THE CRITICAL POINT INTERVAL OF POSTURAL CONTROL STRATEGY USING WAVELET TRANSFORM ANALYSIS
David J. Hewson, Hichem Snoussi, Jacques Duchêne and Neeraj Kumar Singh

Best Student Paper Award
VARIABLE SUBSET SELECTION FOR BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACE - PCA-based Dimensionality Reduction and Feature Selection
J. H. Correia, M. Kamrunnahar, N. S. Dias, P. M. Mendes and S. J. Schiff

BIOSIGNALS 2008

Best Paper Award
NOISE REDUCTION AND VOICE SEPARATION ALGORITHMS APPLIED TOWOLF POPULATION COUNTING
B. Dugnol, C. Fernández, G. Galiano and J. Velasco

Best Student Paper Award
RULE OPTIMIZING TECHNIQUE MOTIVATED BY HUMAN CONCEPT FORMATION
Fedja Hadzic and Tharam S. Dillon

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