Best Paper Awards

The best paper awards for the 2019 RANKING per TRACK

Author Title Organization Rank
Information Technology, Computer Science, and Information Systems Track
Lamees Al Qassem, Di Wang & Hassan Barada Automatic Arabic Text Summarization Based on Fuzzy Logic Khalifa University 1st Place
Rupesh Karn & Ibrahim Elfadel Cryptomining Detection in Container Clouds Using System Calls and Explainable Machine Learning Khalifa University 2nd Place
Business and Management Track
Joe Hazzam Co-creation of Value in The Digital Age:
The role of Customer Engagement and Social Media Activities
British University in Dubai 1st Place
Maitha Alkaabi, Raja Jayaraman & Mecit Can Emre Simsekler Utilizing System Modelling Techniques in Lean Healthcare Applications Khalifa University 2nd Place
Clinical, Pre-Clinical, Health and Life Sciences Track
Ayoub Glia, Ayoola Tahir Brimmo, Pavithra Sukumar, Muhammedin Deliorman & Mohammad Ameen Qasaimeh Advanced Microfluidic Probes for Immuno-capture of Cells in wall-free conduits New York University Abu Dhabi 1st Place
Khawla J. Al Wahshi, Khaled A. El-Tarabily, Synan F. Abuqamar, Esam Eldin Saeed, Arjun Sham, Aisha A. Alblooshi & Marwa M. Alblooshi Chemical Control of Fusarium Wilt Disease of Date Palm Trees in the United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates University 2nd Place
Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Track
Maqsoud Kruse Can Neuroimaging Identify Giftedness? An Exploratory Experimental Study British University in Dubai 1st Place
Rand Saaid The Effects of Analytical Music Theraphy on the Socioemotional and Academic Skills of a Child with Selective Mutism United Arab Emirates University 2nd Place
Engineering and Physical Sciences Track
Sarah Azzam, Suryani Lukman & Sungmun Lee Lipoic Acid and Ascorbic Acid as Inhibitors of Human Amylin Aggregation and Cellular Toxicity Khalifa University 1st Place
Tina Skorjanc, Dinesh Shetty, Felipe Gandara, Liaqat Ali & Ali Trabolsi Remarkably Efficient Removal of Carcinogenic Bromate from Water by Porphyrin-Viologen Covalent Organic Framework Synthesized Through the Zincke Reaction New York University Abu Dhabi 2nd Place
Aya Shanti, Cesare Stefanini, Bisan Samara, Amal Abdallah, Jeremy Teo & Jiranuwat Sapudom Engineering an Artificial Biomimetic Lymph Node Khalifa University 3rd Place
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