Best Paper Award – First Prize

Towards a Fully Automatic Food Intake Recognition System Using Acoustic, Image Capturing and Glucose Measurements

Benny Lo (Imperial College, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Guang-Zhong Yang (Imperial College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Bruno Miguel Gil Rosa (Hamlyn Centre & Imperial College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Salzitsa Anastasova (Imperial College, London, United Kingdom (Great Britain))


Best Paper Award – Second Prize

Biodegradable Piezoelectric Sensor

Thanh Nguyen (University of Connecticut, USA)


Best Paper Award – Third Prize

Upper-bound Performances of RFID Epidermal Sensor Networks at 5G Frequencies

Francesco Amato (University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy); Sara Amendola (University of Rome Tor Vergata & Radio6ense srl, Italy); Gaetano Marrocco (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy)


Best Written Student Paper Award

Developing Computational Models for Personalized ACL Injury Classification

Varun Mandalapu (University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA); Joseph Hart and Stephan G Bodkin (University of Virginia, USA); Nutta Homdee (University of Virginia & Link Lab, USA); John Lach (University of Virginia, USA); Jiaqi Gong (University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA)


Most Innovative Student Paper Award

A Novel Vision-based Approach for Dietary Assessment using Deep Learning View Synthesis

Po Wen Lo (Imperial College London & ICL, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Jianing Qiu and Yingnan Sun (Imperial College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Benny Lo (Imperial College, United Kingdom (Great Britain))


Best Poster: Assessment of Chronic Pulmonary Disease Patients Using Biomarkers from Natural Speech Recorded by Mobile Devices

Viswam Nathan, Korosh Vatanparvar, Md Mahbubur Rahman, Ebrahim Nemati and Jilong Kuang, Samsung Research America, USA

Best Demo: NFC-powered flexible chest patch for fast assessment of cardiovascular, hemodynamic and endocrine parameters  

Bruno Miguel Gil Rosa, Salzitsa Anastasova,  Benny Lo and Guang-Zhong Yang , Imperial College London, United Kingdom

Best Presentation Award at Student Colloquium

Remote Gait Analysis Using Wearable Sensors Detects Asymmetric Gait Patterns in Patients Recovering from ACL Reconstruction Surgery

Reed D. Gurchiek, Rebecca H. Choquette, Bruce D. Beynnon, James R. Slauterbeck, Timothy W. Tourville, Michael J. Toth, Ryan S. McGinnis

University of Vermont (USA)