Best Paper Awards:

  • FIRST PLACE: App Stores for the Brain: Privacy & Security in Brain-Computer Interfaces – Tamara Bonaci, Ryan Calo, and Howard Jay Chizeck
  • SECOND PLACE: An Ethical Examination of the Internet Census 2012 Dataset: A Menlo Report Case Study – David Dittrich, Katherine Carpenter, and Manish Karir

Best Student Paper Awards:

  • FIRST PLACE : Technology as Moral Proxy – Autonomy and Paternalism by Design – Jason Millar
  • SECOND PLACE : Informed Consent in the Psychiatric Application of Deep Brain Stimulation Technology – Andrew Koivuniemi
  • HONORABLE MENTION: A Phenomenological Approach to Teaching Engineering Ethics – Valorie Troesch


Student’s Ethics Competition

An IEEE Students Ethics Competition is planned to be held during the Symposium. The IEEE Student Ethics competition is sponsored by the IEEE Ethics & Member Conduct Committee. It was developed to encourage the study and awareness of professional ethics by IEEE Student Members. The competition will include a presentation and defense of a case analysis by teams of students. All students are welcome to register to the Competition. Stay tuned for more information.


Best Paper Award

The Best Paper and the Best Student Paper awards will be granted during the Symposium. The best papers will be selected from the full manuscripts submitted.