The ACM Europe Council Best Paper Award was presented at the ACM iTICSE on 19 July by Aaron Quigley on behalf of the ACM Europe Council to Quintin Cutts, Matthew Barr, Mireilla Bikanga Ada, Peter Donaldson, Steve Draper, Jack Parkinson, Jeremy Singer and Lovisa Sundin of the University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK for their paper Experience Report: Thinkathon—Countering an “I Got It Working” Mentality with Pencil-and-Paper Exercises. The award-winning paper was selected by the iTICSE Program Committee out of a record 243 submissions, of which 66 were accepted.
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