IRMC2021 Conference – Best Papers Awards
In occasion of the 14th Edition RBF Society and Classis Capital SIM are pleased to announce the following awards:
The winners will be selected by an Award Review Committee and will share € 1000 (for each winner paper) cash prize.
Young Researcher Award
Purpose: The Young Researcher Award is conceived for the best paper presenting a relevant empirical study related to conference topics.
Eligibility: An individual who submits and present at IRMC2021 and does not exceed the upper age limit of 35 years. The Young Researcher applicant must be the primary author and the presenter at the conference. Co-authorship of elder individuals is acceptable. The paper must be an original unpublished investigation.
Selection: The selection of the winning paper will be the responsibility of the Award Review Committee which is appointed by the IRMC Scientific Committee. Only research papers meeting criteria will be considered and no award will be presented if entries are not deemed worthy. Only selected and presented papers at IRMC2020 will be considered for the Young Researcher Award.
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