The EAPPM encourages participation of young researchers in the ECPPM conference by awarding the paper that best presents innovative ongoing work in terms of fundamental or applied RTD, entered into the Best PhD Paper competition. The recipient of the award is invited to present the outcomes and achievements of her/his PhD or post doc research at the next ECPPM conference in 2014.
12 papers where registered into the ECPPM 2012 Best PhD Paper completion. The Award Committee was unanimous in its decision when selecting the finalist.
Robert Zach of Vienna University of Technology received the Best PhD Paper Award for his paper entitled:
MOST: An open-source, vendor and technology independent toolkit for building monitoring, data preprocessing, and visualization
authored by: R. Zach, S. Glawischnig, M. Hönisch, R. Appel & A. Mahdavi
and presented by: Robert Zach
We extend our congratulations to Robert Zach and look forward to his update on his PhD research during the next ECPPM to be held in Vienna in 2014.