Area 1: Infrastructure and Technologies for Engineering Education
Co-Award: Ranking Learner Collaboration according to their Interactions. Antonio R. Anaya and Jesús G. Boticario. Spanish University for Distance Education-UNED (Spain). Presenter: Antonio R. Anaya.
Co-Award: Three Online Neutron Beam Experiments Based on the iLab Shared Architecture. Kimberly DeLong, Judson Harward, Philip Bailey, James Hardison, Gordon Kohse and Yakov Ostrocsky. Massachusetts Institute of Technology-MIT (United States of America). Presenter: Kimberly DeLong.
Area 2: Innovative Materials, Teaching and Learning Experiences in Engineering Education
Award: Wireless4x4: an integrating learning experience for Telecommunications students. Carlos Figuera, Eduardo Morgado, David Gutiérrez-Pérez, Felipe Alonso-Atienza and Eduardo del Arco Fernández-Cano. University Rey Juan Carlos, Spain. Presenter: Carlos Figuera.
Commendation: Development of a Wiimote-based gesture recognizer in a microprocessor laboratory course. Alberto Lorente-Leal, Jose Angel Fernandez-Rodrigues and Juan M. Montero. Technical University of Madrid-UPM (Spain). Presenter: Juan M. Montero.
Area 3: Knowledge and Competencies in Engineering
Award: Student Internship Placements. Improving the quality of engineering internship programs. Rafael García-Campos and Jordi Puig-i-Bosch. University of Girona (Spain). Presenter: Rafael García-Campos.
Commendation: Development of a Small Radio Telescope at the Technical University of Cartagena. José Luis Gómez-Tornero, David Cañete-Rebenaque, Fernando Daniel Quesada-Pereira and Alejandro Álvarez-Melcon. Technical University of Cartagena-UPCT (Spain). Presenter: José Luis Gómez-Tornero.
Area 4: Educational Methods and Learning Mechanisms in Engineering Education
Award: Ensure Program Quality: Assessment A Necessity. Mudasser F. Wyne. National University (United States of America). Presenter: Mudasser F. Wyne.
Commendation: Bringing the everyday life into engineering education. Gert Pasman and Ingrid Mulder. Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands). Presenter: Gert Pasman.
Area 5: Attracting, Engaging and Retaining Human Talent to Engineering
Award: SPIRIT - A Life-Cycle Based Gender Mainstreaming Concept at the University of Stuttgart. Barbara Burr, Peter Göhner, Wolfram Ressel, Wolfgang Schlicht and Sabina Jeschke. RWTH Aachen Universit (Germany);University of Stuttgart (Germany). Presenter: Barbara Burr.
Most Innovative Paper regarding Engineering Education
Award: Game-based learning in technology management education. Markus Günther, Elmar Kiesling and Christian Stummer. University of Vienna (Austria). Presenter: Markus Günther.
Best Student Paper
Co-Award: A context for programming learning based on research communities. Scheila Wesley Martins, António Dias Figueiredo and António José Nunes Mendes. University of Coimbra (Portugal). Student Presenter: Scheila Wesley Martins.
Co-Award: Web 2.0 contents for connecting learners in online Learning Network. Rob Koper, Slavi Stoyanov and Danish Nadeem. CELSTEC - Open University of Netherlands (The Netherlands). Student Presenter: Danish Nadeem.
Co-Award: Filling the gap of Information Security Management inside ITIL®: proposals for posgraduate students. Manuel Alonso Castro-Gil, Gabriel Díaz, Jesús M. Minguet, Elena Ruiz and Alfonso Vara. Spanish University for Distance Education-UNED (Spain). Student Presenter: Elena Ruiz