KICSS2017 Awards List

The 2017 Kunifuji Award

This award is nominated and selected based on score of review and quality of presentation in the conference.

Innovativeness in knowledge management and creativity science is evaluated in the contents of research.

・Ryoji Horita (Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. and Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan)

・Shozo Saegusa (Shujitsu University, Japan)

・Takeo Higuchi (Idea-Marathon Institute)

KICSS 2017 Service Award

The most contributed and influenced scholar to KICSS 2017 is selected by KICSS 2017 Organizing Committees.

・Susumu Kunifuji (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)

Best Paper Award

This award is selected the paper which is at the highest score of review in full paper group.

・A Design of Research Group Workshop to Generate Co-Creation Between Researchers and Citizens

-Ryoji Horita, Minoru Mitsui, Takayuki Ito, Shun Shiramatsu, Akihisa Sengoku, Katsuhide Fujita and Naoki Fukuta

-Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. and Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan

Best Student Paper Award

This award is selected the paper which is the highest score of review in full student paper group.

・On Measuring the Opposition Level Amongst Intelligent Agents in Multi-issue Closed Negotiation Scenarios

-Tatsuya Toyama, Ahmed Moustafa and Takayuki Ito

-Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan


Outstanding Paper Award

This award is selected the paper which is at the 2nd place of the review score.

・Sweetie Framework: Simple but Practical Web Application Development Environment

-Motoki Miura

-Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan

・An Ordering Mechanism for Automated Negotiation Among Nonlinear Utility Agents

-Xun Tang,Takayuki Ito, Ahmed Moustafa

-Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan

・Crowd Guidance based on Knowledge gained from Simulation Results

-Katsuki Ichinose, Tomoichi Takahashi

-Meijo University, Japan

・Using Linguistic Knowledge for Enhancing Word Alignment in Thai-English SMT

-Kanyalag Phodong and Rachada Kongkachandra

-Thammasat University, Thailand

・Automatic Evaluation of Posts using Multi-agent Model Based on User Feature Extraction

-Makiko Ida, Katsuhide Fujita

-Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan

・Exploiting Criticisms in Brainstorming: A Pilot Study

-Hiroaki Ikuta, Yoji Kohda and Kazushi Nishimoto

-Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

・Pattern Extraction of Polite Response to Customer Feedback

-Tip-aroon Kiawkaew, Nattapong Tongtep

-Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus, Thailand

Honorable Mention Award

This award is selected the paper which is at the 3rd place of the review score.

A Machine Learning-based Method for Rail Inspection

-Chunsheng Yang

-National Research Council Canada, Canada

・Conceptualizing the Sharing Relationship Framework on Applicants and Employers in Current E-recruitment Process of Bangladesh

-Nayeema Afroz Sultana and Youji Kohda

-Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

・Missing Data Imputation based on Enhanced Bees Algorithm

-Kritanut Chungnoy, Pornthep Khongchai and Pokpong Songmuang

-Thammasat University, Thailand

・Support System of Improvisational Ensemble Based on User’s Motion Using Smartphone Sensors

-Souta Mizuno, Shugo Ichinose, Shun Siramatsu and Tetsuro Kitahara

-Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan

・Tracing Practice System for Developing Paper-Cutting Skills

-Takafumi Higashi, Hideaki Kanai

-Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

・Thai Question Answering Systems in Diabetes Using Logical Co-Operators

-Ketsara Phetkrachang

-Walailak University, Thailand

Best Poster Presentation Award

This award is selected based on score of presentation voted by all attendees during poster session.

・A Study of a Nursing E-Learning System with of Exemplary and Own Operation Video

-Ryota Ijima, Masaya Hayashi, Hiroaki Sawano, Sakiko Sumai, Kayo Haruta, Mieko Suwa, Minako Nakamura, Yukari Murayama, Shintaro Higasiyama, Tomomi Morishita, Hatsuko Suzumura, Norio Ishii

-Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan