KSS 2016: ISSIP Most Innovative Paper Award for Daniel Gartner and Rema Padman

  • Date: 02.03.2016
  • Congratulations to Daniel Gartner and Rema Padman who won the ISSIP Most Innovative Paper Award at KSS 2016 for "Length of Stay Outlier Detection through Cluster Analysis: A Case Study in Pediatrics."

    The price was awarded by Niels Feldmann, German ISSIP Chapter and Christoph Heitz, Swiss ISSIP Chapter. The Most Innovative Paper Award is provided by ISSIP. The ISSIP Award at KSS recognizes contributions of an interdisciplinary nature which have the potential to contribute to Service Innovations that matter for individuals, institutions, or society. The International Society of Service Innovation Professionals (www.issip.org) is a professional association co-founded by IBM, Cisco, HP and several Universities with a mission to promote Service Innovation for our interconnected world. Our purpose is to help institutions and individuals to grow and be successful in our global service economy.

    Runners-Up to the ISSIP Most Innovative Paper Award in no particular order are:

    • Lars-Peter Lauven and Johannes Schmidt “Comparing flexibility options on the supply and demand side of the German electricity market.”
    • Simon Kloker, Tobias Kranz, Tim Straub and Christof Weinhardt “Shouldn't Collaboration be social? - Proposal of a social Real Time Delphi”
    • Stefan Zander and Yingbing Hua “Utilizing Ontological Classification Systems and Reasoning for Cyber-Physical Systems.”