“Software For Six Sigma Projects with the Use of the Paraconsistent Logic”, Giovanna Albertini, Jair Minoro Abe, Luiz António de Lima, Kazumi Nakamatsu. Paulista University and University of Hyogo
Author: Adriana Ribeiro
“Information Measures and Synchronization in Complete Networks”, José Leonel Rocha and Sónia Carvalho. CEAUL and CEAFEL, ADM, ISEL-Eng. Superior Institute of Lisbon.
International Conference on Energy and Sustainability in Small Developing Economies – ES2DE19 – BEST STUDENT PAPER
“Demand management for load smoothing in small power systems: the case of Porto Santo island”, Roham Torabi, Álvaro Gomes and Morgado-Dias. University of Coimbra, University of Madeira and ITI/Larsys.
International Conference on Energy and Sustainability in Small Developing Economies – ES2DE19 – BEST PAPER
“On the Economics and the Future Prospects of Electric Vehicles”, Amela Ajanovic and Reinhard Haas, Vienna University of Technology.
“Design and Simulation of an Incremental Sigma- Delta Converter for Improving the Noise Floor Level of CMOS Image Sensors”, Luís Miguel Carvalho Freitas, Morgado Dias, Guy Meynants, Adi Xhakoni. AMS Sensors Portugal, ITI-Larsys and University of Madeira.
“A Zigbee-based system for simulating, training and Measuring Visual Reaction Time in Shotgun Sport” – Boubaker Ben Ali, Chawki Fraj, Olfa Oueslati, Éric Dugas. LACES University of Bordeaux, DEPSEM Military Sport Department and University of Manouba.
Best Paper Award – “Fake p-Values and Mendel Variables: Testing Uniformity and Independence” – Maria de Fá́tima Brilhante, Sandra Mendonça, Dinis Pestana, Maria Luísa Rocha, Fernando Sequeira, Sílvio Velosa; Best Student Paper Award – “A Neural Network Based Approach for Approximating Real Roots of Polynomials” – Diogo Freitas, Luís Guerreiro Lopes and F. Morgado Dias.
Best Paper Award – “A framework for stakeholder engagement for developing sustainable behaviour research: a Lake Victoria case study” – Karlijn van den Broek; Best Student Paper Award – “Personalizing paper-and-pencil training for cognitive rehabilitation: a feasibility study with a web-based Task Generator” – Ana Lúcia Faria, Sergi Bermúdez i Badia