Roeland Krak wins the ENIAC Best Thesis Award 2017!

22 March 2018, Roeland Krak has received the ENIAC Thesis Prize for the college year 2016-2017. Associated is €500,- prize money, as well as a work of art in the price range of €150 to €200. All nominees have also received the book Start with Why.

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All nominees, from left to right: Hendrik Folmer & Robin Appel,  Herson Tobías Esquivel Vargas & Roeland Krak. Marije de Heus (on the right) was the chair of the jury.

All nominees, their thesis’ names and departments:

  • Robin Appel & Hendrik Folmer, with “Analysis, optimization, and design of a SLAM solution for an implementation on reconfigurable hardware (FPGA) using CλaSH”, nominated by CAES
  • Roeland S. Krak, with “Cycle-Accurate Timing Channel Analysis of Binary Code”, nominated by FMT
  • Rutger Varkevisser, with “Large Scale Online Readability Assessment”, nominated by HMI
  • Herson Tobías Esquivel Vargas, with “Automatic Deployment of Specification-based Intrusion Detection in the BACnet Protocol”, nominated by SCS

Thanks to the jury: Marije de Heus (external), Rom Langerak (UTwente, informatics-related) and Stefan Kooij (UTwente, non-informatics-related). They scored all theses on the following criteria:

  • Scientific approach
  • Practical approach (“engineering approach”)
  • Difficulty of research
  • Readability and usability of thesis to specialists and computer scientists in general
  • Benefits of research / development for greater good

Thanks all for attending, and good luck with your future careers!

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