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UbiComp Best Paper Award
For the best paper submitted to the annual UbiComp conference.

Recipients
 
UbiComp 2012
An Ultra-Low-Power Human Body Motion Sensor Using Static Electric Field Sensing Gabe Cohn (UW, and Microsoft Research consultant), Sidhant Gupta (UW, and MSR consultant), Tien-Jui Lee (UW), Dan Morris (MSR, and UW affiliate professor), Josh Smith (UW), Matt Reynolds (Duke), Desney S. Tan (MSR, and UW affiliate professor), and Shwetak Patel (UW)

UbiComp 2011: The Best Paper Award was given to two papers:
Nurturing Natural Sensors , Stacey Kuznetsov, William Odom, James Pierce, and Eric Paulos (Carnegie Mellon University).
Haptic Reassurance in the Pitch Black for an Immersive Theatre Experience , Janet van der Linden (The Open University), Yvonne Rogers (The Open University), Maria Oshodi (Extant), Adam Spiers (University of Bristol), David McGoran (University of the West of England), Rafael Cronin (Indiana University), and Paul O’Dowd (University of the West of England).
 
Selection Committee

The UbiComp Best Paper Award is given to the author of the best paper appearing in the annual UbiComp conference proceedings. The UbiComp Technical Program Committee forms the Selection Committee for this award.
The ACM Special Interest Group on Mobility of Systems, Users, Data and Computing