On August 25 2022 the Committee for the Caianiello Award (Proffs. Anna Esposito, Giancarlo Fortino, Carlo Francesco Morabito, and Eros Pasero) carefully evaluated the theses received by adopting the following criteria:
Based on these evaluations:
The 1st prize, i.e. a compensation of 500 Euros (offered by the IEEE Italian Chapter on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics https://webinabox.vtools.ieee.org/wibp_home/index/CH08444, https://labs.dimes.unical.it/speme/ieee-smcs-italy-chapter/) and a free registration at WIRN meeting (equivalent to 200 Euro including the social dinner, offered by SIREN), has been assigned to:
ANTONIO BRUNETTI, Polytechnic University of Bari.
The 2nd prize, i.e. a free registration at WIRN meeting (equivalent to a compensation of 200 Euros including the social dinner), has been assigned ex equo to:
TERRY AMORESE, Università della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”
VINCENZO RANDAZZO, Politecnico di Torino
The three winners are required to give during the WIRN 2022 a 10 minutes presentation of their thesis on Wed 7 Sept at 9, at the beginning of the WIRN Conference.
The 1st IEEE/SIREN Award of the Caianiello prize was presented by Giancarlo Fortino to:
Antonio Brunetti for the thesis: “Intelligent Frameworks for Diagnosis in the Precision Medicine Era”
The 2nd SIREN Award of the Caianiello prize was presented by Eros Pasero to:
Terry Amorese for the thesis: “Assistive virtual agents: the impact of agents’ features and emotions on elderly people perception and preferences”
Vincenzo Randazzo for the thesis: “Novel Neural Approaches to Data Topology Analysis and Telemedicine”