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PREMIA Best Student Paper Awards 2024


Call for submission/nomination

The Pattern Recognition and Machine Intelligence Association (PREMIA) invites students to participate in the PREMIA Best Student Paper Awards for papers (including journal papers and conference papers) accepted or published between 1 April 2023 to 31 May 2024.


Submissions can be from a student author and supported by the supervisor or nominated by the student's supervisor directly. The submission deadline is 15 July 2024. 


The nominated papers will be evaluated by a review panel authorized by the PREMIA board. The shortlisted candidates will be invited to give presentations at the PREMIA’s Members’ Night & Annual General Meeting,  which will be held in Aug 2024. The exact date will be announced later. The awards will be determined after the presentations.


There are three categories of awards:

  • Gold Award: cash prize of S$500
  • Silver Awards: cash prize of S$200
  • Honourable Mention Awards: cash prize of S$100.


1.    The main author of the paper must be a PREMIA member at the time of the event in order to be eligible for this award. The applicant can join PREMIA as a member at the time of the submission to be eligible for this award. For membership registration or renewal, please visit for more details.

2.    The main author must be a registered student (full-time or part-time) at one of the tertiary education institutions in Singapore at the time of submitting the paper for publication.

3.    The paper must report only the work done when the author was a student in Singapore.

4.   The paper must be accepted or published between 1 April 2024 to 31 May 2024, both dates inclusive, in either a journal or a conference.

5.    The paper must address a topic of relevance to PREMIA. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to, pattern recognition and machine intelligence, both theoretical and applied in domains such as computer vision, image processing, speech analysis, natural language processing, robotics, multimedia, document analysis, character recognition, knowledge engineering, fractal analysis and intelligent control, and involving methods such as statistical techniques, neural networks, deep learning, evolutionary programming, fuzzy logic, transfer learning and hardware implementation.

6.  The shortlisted candidates are required to attend the Members’ Night event and present the papers.

7.  Each author can only submit one paper.  Multiple submissions from the same author is not allowed. 

8.  For a paper co-authored by several students, only one submission will be considered.


Submission Instructions

1. Please submit your paper from

2. Please attach the following documents:

a).  A pdf copy of the accepted paper as published or to be published.

b). A pdf copy of the acceptance notification letter/email from the journal editor or the conference organizers.

c).  The supervisor’s supporting or acknowledgement email.

d). Other optional supporting documents can include the reviewer’s comments, the statement from supervisor, etc.