The winner of the 1st Award for the Best Doctoral Contribution to Open Science is Marta Roqueta, a PhD student on the Information and Knowledge Society programme and researcher at the Gender and ICT (GenTIC) research group of the IN3.
The Decidim project received the second award in the category of 'the most innovative open source software' in the Sharing & Reuse Awards (# SRawards2019). Organized by the European Commission, these awards promote the sharing and reuse of computer solutions between public administrations.
Pilar Ficapal-Cusí and Joan Torrent-Sellens, professors at the Faculty of Economics and Business and members of the i2TIC research group at UOC, together with Milagros Sáinz, director of the Gender and ICT research group of the IN3 and Angel Díaz-Chao (Department of Applied Economics at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos) have received the Emerald Literati Award for Excellence 2019, in the Outstanding Paper category, for the article “Gender inequalities in job quality during the recession”.
Javier Luis Cánovas and Jordi Cabot, both researchers of the SOM Research Lab, win the Software Engineering in Society Paper Award of the international ICSE 2018 Conference for the paper "The Role of Foundations in Open Source Projects".