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Prof. Yunhao Liu
Recipient of the IOT Young Achievement Award from the China Computer Federation (2016)
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Best Paper Awards: The Conference Chairs and Program Committee for the MOBIMEDIA 2018 would like to recognize pioneers in the field with a Best Paper Award. Three candidates will be selected: one winner for the Best Paper Award (¥1,000 CNY), the first Runner-up (¥500 CNY) and the second Runner-up (¥300 CNY). This award is open to all authors who present in this conference. In addition, one Best Workshop Paper Award (¥500 CNY) will be offered for competition to authors who present a workshop paper in the conference.
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2017 – Chongqing, People’s Republic of China
2016 – Xi’an, People’s Republic of China
2015 – Chengdu, People’s Republic of China
2010 – Lisbon, Portugal
2009 – London, Great Britain
2008 – Oulu, Finland
2007 – Nafpaktos, Greece
2006 – Alghero (l’Alguer), Italy