Winners of the TIES-Wiley Best Poster Award

Year Winner Title of Paper
2013 N/A
20121 Venkata Raghava Mohan & Elena N Naumova
Christian Medical College, India; Tufts University, USA
Temporal changes in land Cover types and the incidence of malaria in Mangalore, India
2011 N/A
2010 Desiereé Villalta, et al.
Universidad Simón Bolívar, Venezuela
Spatio-temporal Models for Risk Mapping of Malaria Incidence in Sucre State, Venezuela
Yessica Fermin
Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Científicas, Venezuela
Spatio-temporal Covariance Model Estimation of the Caroni River Basin Rainfall
2009 Claire Ferguson, Marian Scott, Laurence Carvalho, Geoffrey A. Codd & Andrew Tyler
University of Glasgow, UK
Monitoring and Managing Cyanobacterial Risks in Freshwater Lakes
2008 Haojie Yan & Gavin Shaddick
University of Bath, UK
High Resolution Modelling of Large-scale Spatial Datasets using Bayesian Spatial Models with Penalised Splines
Hong Li, Steve Taylor & Farouk Nathoo
University of Victoria, Canada
Spatio-temporal Models for Fire Frequency and Severity from Panel Data
2007 Jill Suzanne Johnson
Newcastle University, UK
Modelling Extremal Dependence in Environmental Processes
2000-2006 N/A
1999 Dimitra Pinotsi
Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece
Stochastic Modeling of Rain Rate Processes through a Diffusion Framework
1998 Bronwyn Harch CSIRO Mathematical and Information Sciences, Australia

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