1st Prize - $500 and a certificate
Nadali Mahmoudi from The University of Queensland for his paper Wind Power Offering Strategy in Day-ahead Markets Employing Demand Response in a Two-Stage Plan, available here.
2nd Prize - $300 and a certificate
Alireza Jolfaeli from Griffith University for his paper A 3D Object Encryption Scheme which Maintains Dimensional and Spatial Stability, available here.
1st Prize - $400 and a certificate, shared between:
Sebastian Forsyth from The University of Queensland for his paper Optimization of Static Wind Power Investment in the Australian National Electricity Market, available here.
Adam Rains from James Cook University for his paper Microwave Characterisation of NdBaCuO High Temperature Superconductivity Thin Films, available here.
2nd Prize - $200 and a certificate
Women in Engineering Prize
$300 and a certificate
Gao Xiao from the Institute of Telecommunications Research, University of South Australia for her paper Modeling electrode place discrimination in cochlear implants: Analysis of the influence of electrode array insertion depth, available here.