M.Sc. student Arkadiusz Stopczynski and Associate ProfessorJakob Eg Larsen received a best paper award at MobileHCI 2010 for their paper entitled Enabling Festival-Wide Social Network Interaction Using 2D Barcodes, Mobile Phones and Situated Displays. The paper was presented at Social Mobile Web (SMW’10) at the 12th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services (MobileHCI’10).
The DTU Informatics students Peter Gammelgaard Poulsen, Johan van Beusekom, and Lars Libak Pedersen won prizes for their three week project done as part of the GRØN DYST (Green Challenge) and Roskilde Festival competitions. In the bachelor category Peter, Johan, and Lars won a 3rd prize. In addition Peter, Johan, and Lars won a prize in the Roskilde Festival category. The project involved development of an iPhone application to support commuters thereby helping to reduce emissions. The application allow people to coordinate via social networks including Facebook and Twitter.