The CIONET European Research Paper of the Year is an award that distinguishes the best European research paper according but not limited to criteria like inspiring new practices and paradigms, provocative thinking, rigidity of research or research method and pratical implications.
The 7 jury members assessed comprehensively and discussed the 27 research papers that made it into the shortlist and nominated two finalists for 2017’s award. These finalists attended CIONET’s digital leadership conference CIOCITY 17 in Amsterdam where they were able to showcase their main findings.
(video by Bruno De Keyser)
The jury decided to grant the award of European Research Paper of the Year 2017 to the paper:
Mining Massive Fine-Grained Behavior Data to Improve Predictive Analytics
- Martens, David – University of Antwerp
- Provost, Foster – New York University
- Clark, Jessica – New York University
- Junqué de Fortuny, Enric – Erasmus University Rotterdam
As for the runners-up, a big congratulations is well deserved for their paper:
Competitive Benchmarking: An IS Research Approach to Address Wicked Problems with Big Data and Analytics
- Ketter, Wolfgang – Erasmus University
- Peters, Markus – Erasmus University
- Collins, John – University of Minnesota
- Gupta, Alok – University of Minnesota
You can read the full abstracts of both finalist papers here.