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Previous Awards

The papers receiving these awards were selected from a set of outstanding papers, based on the quantitative and qualitative classifications as well as comments provided by the program committee reviewers, their final classification as full paper and their oral presentation at the conference.

2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011

CLOSER 2014

Best Paper Award


Area: Cloud Computing Platforms and Applications
Robust Performance Control for Web Applications in the Cloud
Hector Fernandez, Corina Stratan and Guillaume Pierre

Best Student Paper Award


Area: Services Science Foundation for Cloud Computing
Cloud Asset Pricing Tree (CAPT) - Elastic Economic Model for Cloud Service Providers
Soheil Qanbari, Fei Li, Schahram Dustdar and Tian-Shyr Dai

CLOSER 2013

Best Paper Award


Area: Cloud Computing Platforms and Applications
Characterising the Power Consumption of Hadoop Clouds - A Social Media Analysis Case Study
Javier Conejero, Omer Rana, Peter Burnap, Jeffrey Morgan, Carmen Carrion and Blanca Caminero

Best Student Paper Award


Area: Cloud Computing Enabling Technology
Migrating to the Cloud - A Software Product Line based Analysis
Jesús García-Galán, Omer Rana, Pablo Trinidad and Antonio Ruiz-Cortés

CLOSER 2012

Best Paper Award


Area: Cloud Computing Enabling Technology
M4CLOUD - GENERIC APPLICATION LEVEL MONITORING FOR RESOURCE-SHARED CLOUD ENVIRONMENTS
Toni Mastelic, Vincent C. Emeakaroha, Michael Maurer and Ivona Brandic

Best Student Paper Award


Area: Cloud Computing Fundamentals
CLOUD STORAGE IN A PRIVATE CLOUD DEPLOYMENT - Lessons for Data Intensive Research
Victor Chang, Robert John Walters and Gary Wills

CLOSER 2011

Best Paper Award


Area: Cloud Computing Enabling Technology
EVALUATING AND MODELING VIRTUALIZATION PERFORMANCE OVERHEAD FOR CLOUD ENVIRONMENTS
Nikolaus Huber, Marcel von Quast, Michael Hauck and Samuel Kounev

Best Student Paper Award


Area: Services Science Foundation for Cloud Computing
INCREASING FLEXIBILITY AND ABSTRACTING COMPLEXITY IN SERVICE-BASED GRID AND CLOUD SOFTWARE
Per-Olov Östberg and Erik Elmroth

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