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ICDVRAT 2016 ∼ Awards
2016 Best Paper Certificate
2016 Best Student Paper Certificate
2016 Best Short Paper Certificate
2016 Best Student Short Paper Certificate

ICDVRAT 2016 Conference Awards



Best Paper Award

Sponsored by: Bright Cloud International Corp.

Winner   

Clinical interviewing by a virtual human agent with automatic behavior analysis, A A Rizzo, G Lucas, J Gratch, G Stratou, L-P Morency, R Shilling, A Hartholt, S Scherer, University of Southern California – Institute for Creative Technologies, USA

Commended   

Impact of combined cognitive and motor rehabilitation in a virtual reality task: an on-going longitudinal study in the chronic phase of stroke, A L Faria, J Couras, M S Cameirão, T Paulino, G M Costa, S Bermúdez i Badia, Universidade de Coimbra/Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute, Funchal/Centro Médico da Murtosa, Aveiro/Universidade da Madeira, Funchal, PORTUGAL



Best Student Paper Award

Sponsored by: International Society for Virtual Rehabilitation

Winner   

Usability and performance of Leap Motion and Oculus Rift for upper arm virtual reality stroke rehabilitation, D E Holmes, D K Charles, P J Morrow, S McClean, S M McDonough, Ulster University, Coleraine/Jordanstown, UK

Commended   

Experimental pain reduction in two different virtual reality environments: a crossover study in healthy subjects, N Demeter, D Pud, N Josman, University of Haifa, ISRAEL



Best Short Paper Award

Sponsored by: Bright Cloud International Corp.

Winner   

Pirate adventure autism assessment app: a new tool to aid clinical assessment of children with possible autistic spectrum disorder, E Jordan, W J Farr, S Fager, I Male, University of Sussex/Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust, Haywards Heath/Cell Software Services, Brighton, UK

Commended   

Application of invisible playground theory to assistive technology design for motivating exercise within activities of daily living, G Chaponneau, D E Holmes, D K Charles, S McClean, P J Morrow, S M McDonough, University of Limoges, FRANCE/Ulster University, UK

Commended   

How do the perspectives of clinicians with and without virtual reality/active video game experience differ about its use in practice?, D Levac, P Miller, S M N Glegg, H Colquhoun, Northeastern University, USA/McMaster University/ Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children, Vancouver/University of Toronto, CANADA



Best Student Short Paper Award

Sponsored by: International Society for Virtual Rehabilitation

Winner   

Gaming for health: an updated systematic review and meta-analysis of the physical, cognitive and psychosocial effects of active computer gaming in older adults, S C Howes, D K Charles, K Pedlow, J Marley, A Matcovic, P Diehl, S M McDonough, Ulster University, Newtownabbey/Coleraine, NORTHERN IRELAND

Commended   

Development and validation of haptic interface for deaf-blind horseback riding, M Ogrinc, I Farkhatdinov, R Walker, E Burdet, Imperial College, London/Shadow Robot Company Ltd, London, UK



 

Awards Panel

 

 

Pre-selection of Shortlists was conducted by Programme Chair based on Reviews

 

Pedro Gamito, Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, PORTUGAL

Sebastian Koenig, Katana Simulations Pty Ltd, Adelaide, AUSTRALIA

P L (Tamar) Weiss, University of Haifa, ISRAEL

 

 

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