IEEE GEM Awards

Recipients of the IEEE Consumer Electronics Society's Game Innovation Conference Awards

2014

None

2013

None

2012

First Place: (tie)

"Hidden: The Potential and Pitfalls of Augmented Reality on the Nintendo 3DS"

 Emilie Saulnier - tobi@1stplayable.com - 1st Playable Productions - http://www.1stplayable.com

 Elizabeth McLarene - lizabeth@1stplayable.com - 1st Playable Productions - http://www.1stplayable.com

 First Place: (tie)

"What¹s in Your Toybox?  Vehicles for Learning"

 Steve Kurtz - shkics@rit.edu - Rochester Institute of Technology - http://igm.rit.edu/~shk/toybox Nancy Doubleday - nrdics@rit.edu -  Rochester Institute of Technology

 Third Place:

"When the games industry and academia collide: How we impact each other"

Craig Caldwell - craig.caldwell@utah.edu - University of Utah - http://eae.utah.edu Robert Kessler - kessler@cs.utah.edu - University of Utah -http://eae.utah.edu Roger Altizer - roger.altizer@utah.edu - University of Utah - http://eae.utah.edu Mark van Langefeld - longfieldstudio@gmail.com - University of Utah

2009

1st Place Best Student Paper award:

Karamouzas, I.; Bakker, J.; Overmars, M.: "Density Constrains for Crown Simulation"

2nd Place Best Student Paper award:

Kennerly, E.: "Runesinger :Coupling linguistics to the rules of play"

3rd Place Best Student Paper award:

Grollmisch, S.; Dittmar, C.; Gatzsche, G.: "Concept, Implementation and Evaluation of an improvisation based music video game"

 

Mario Competition:

1st - Robin Baumgarten

2nd - Peter Lawford

3rd - Andy Sloane

 

Bursaries:

CE Society student travel bursaries:

Jeff Scott, Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA

Raymond Migneco, Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA

Microsoft bursaries:

Ethan Kennerly

Jorge Arroyo Palacios