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Submissions will be evaluated and selected through a rigorous peer review process.
Best Paper / Best Poster Awards:
NERCCS 2019 will offer the Best Paper and Best Poster Awards. The winner will be selected from accepted papers and posters by the judge panel, which will be recognized with a certificate at the conference. Our sponsor publishers, Hindawi and MDPI, will offer prizes for these awards (publication fee waiver of Complexity for the Best Paper Award, and publication fee waiver of Systems for the Best Poster Award).
Best Paper: Simone Evans and Anca Radulescu (SUNY New Paltz)
"Universality of the Configuration-Dynamics Relationship in Nonlinear Networks"
Prize (publication fee waiver of Complexity) offered by Hindawi
Best Poster: Ruimin Chen, Farhad Imani and Hui Yang (Pennsylvania State University)
"Heterogeneous Recurrence Analysis of Disease-Altered Spatiotemporal Patterns in Multi-Channel Cardiac Signals"
Prize (publication fee waiver of Systems) offered by MDPI
Poster Competition Honorable Mentions:
Farhad Imani, Bing Yao, Ruimin Chen, Prahalada Rao and Hui Yang: "Markov Decision Process and Multifractal Analysis for Image-Guided Additive Manufacturing"
Megan Chiovaro and Alexandra Paxton: "What the Buzz Is All About: Apis mellifera As a Model for Collective Intelligence"
Oleg Pavlov and Evangelos Katsamakas: "Dynamics of Complex Service Systems"