- Best Paper Award, SLATE'19
Falco Nogatz, Dietmar Seipel and Salvador Abreu have been awarded the Best Paper Award for their Paper "Definite Clause Grammars with Parse Trees: Extension for Prolog" at the 8th Symposium on Languages, Applications, Technologies (SLATE'19).
Best Master Degree 2017/18
Awarded by the Institute of Computer Science, University of Würzburg, to Johannes Blum.
- Golden Binary Tree for good Teaching
Award of the Institute of Computer Science, University of Würzburg, to Falco Nogatz for good teaching.
Best Student Paper Award, MFCS 2018
Titus Dose has been awarded the Best Student Paper Award for his paper "Balance Problems for Integer Circuits" at the 43rd International Symposium on Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science (MFCS 2018).
- Certificate of Gratitude from the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
Alexander Wolff received an acknowledgement "for a significant contribution to the development and execution of scientific and educational projects and for a fruitful collaboration with the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv".
- Best of Computing – Notable Article, ACM Computing Review
The article "Matching Labels and Markers in Historical Maps: An Algorithm with Interactive Postprocessing" by Benedikt Budig, Thomas van Dijk and Alexander Wolff has been selected by the ACM Computing Review for the "Best of Computing" list of notable ACM publications in 2016. [paper]
- Public Choice Award, DB Hackathon
Falco Nogatz and Christian Hieke have been awarded the Public Choice Award for their project "Preisvorteil" at the Open Data Hackathon der Deutschen Bahn. [project]
- Best Paper Award, GD'16
Thomas van Dijk, Martin Fink, Norbert Fischer, Fabian Lipp, Peter Markfelder, Alexander Ravsky, Subhash Suri and Alexander Wolff have been awarded the Best Paper Award for their Paper "Block Crossings in Storyline Visualizations" at the 24th International Symposium on Graph Drawing & Network Visualization (GD'16). [paper], [slides]
- Best Poster Award Runner up, ACM SIGSPATIAL'15
Lukas Beckmann, Benedikt Budig, Thomas van Dijk and Johannes Schamel received the Best Poster Award Runner up for their poster "There and Back Again: Using Fréchet-Distance Diagrams to Find Trajectory Turning Points" at the 23rd ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems. [poster], [pdf]
- Best Applied Paper Award, DS'15
Benedikt Budig and Thomas van Dijk were awarded the Best Applied Paper Award for their paper "Active Learning for Classifying Template Matches in Historical Maps" at the 18th International Conference on Discovery Science. [pdf]
- Winner Graph Drawing Challenge, GD'15
Fabian Lipp, Boris Klemz (FU Berlin) and Ulf Rüegg (Uni Kiel) achieved first place in the manual category of the Graph Drawing Challenge at the 23rd International Symposium on Graph Drawing and Network Visualization (GD'15) in Los Angeles.
Best Master Degree 2014/15
Awarded by the Institute of Computer Science, Würzburg University, to our Master student Fabian Lipp. [pdf]
- Winner Graph Drawing Challenge, GD'14
Philipp Kindermann, Fabian Lipp and Wadim Reimche achieved first place in the manual category of the Graph Drawing Challenge at the 22nd International Symposium on Graph Drawing (GD'14) in Würzburg.
- Best student contribution, Schematic Mapping '14
At Schematic Mapping 2014, Thomas van Dijk was awarded Best Student Contribution, for joint work with Arthur van Goethem, Wouter Meulemans, Bettina Speckmann (TU Eindhoven) and Jan-Henrik Haunert (Osnabrück University). The award is for the poster "An Automated Method for Circular-Arc Metro Maps" and was sponsored by the British Cartographic Society. [poster]
- Best Master Degree 2013/14
Awarded by the Institute of Computer Science, Würzburg University, to our Master student Julian Schumann. [pdf]
- Best Fast-Forward Presentation, Runner-up Best Poster, ACMGIS '13
At the ACM International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems (ACMGIS) 2013 in Orlando, Thomas van Dijk und Jan-Henrik Haunert presented their paper "Accentuating Focus Maps via Partial Schematization," which is joint work with the Eindhoven University of Technology. They were awarded Best Fast-forward Presentation and Runner-up Best Poster for this work. [paper], [poster]
- Best Short Paper award, W2GIS '13
At the Web and Wireless GIS 2013 conference (W2GIS), Thomas van Dijk und Jan-Henrik Haunert received the Best Short Presentation Award for their paper "A probabilistic model for road selection in mobile maps." [paper]
- Best Bachelor Degree 2012/13
Awarded by the Institute of Computer Science, Würzburg University, to our Bachelor student Fabian Lipp. [pdf]
- Best Master Degree 2012/13
Awarded by the Institute of Computer Science, Würzburg University, to our Bachelor student Krzysztof Fleszar. The prize was sponsored by PASS. [pdf]
- Otto von Gruber Award
Awarded by the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing to Jan-Henrik Haunert.
- Doctorate prize
Promotionspreis der Unterfränkischen Gedenkjahrstiftung für Wissenschaft für Joachim Spoerhase.
Awarded by the Unterfränkische Gedenkjahrstiftung für Wissenschaft (Lower Franconian Commemorative Year Foundation for Science) to Joachim Spoerhase.
- Best Bachelor Degree 2010/11
Awarded by the Institute of Computer Science, Würzburg University to our Bachelor student Krzysztof Fleszar. The prize was sponsored by Accenture Plc.
- Doctorate prize
Awarded by the Victor Rizkallah foundation, Hannover University, to Jan-Henrik Haunert for exceptional and application-oriented scientific achievements. [pdf]