BEST PAPER AWARD
Best Paper Award is distinguishing best-included papers in the Conference Proceedings. The award is determined on two stages of evaluation - prior publishing evaluation, made by the Scientific Committee, and during the virtual presentation.
All papers published in Conference proceedings were evaluated based on the scientific research in the different topic. The criteria for evaluation are:
Topic, introduction, main body, conclusion, clear statement of the topic, methods of research, statement of the problem, vital and clear conclusion
Language and utterance
The papers have been evaluated by sections from two members of NORDSCI review board and it has been kept in mind the expertise of the author and his scientific level
All virtual participants will receive after each conference day a survey with the titles of all oral and poster presentations presented in the day. Every participant can vote to up to three presentations of each day, excluding their own. The participant evaluation should be made based on the way the content was presented to the audience.
A combined rating is ranking Conference's best papers and the results will be announced on the official awarding and closing ceremony, which will be online premiered a day after the end of the conference, so we can have all the nominations counted. The authors of the awarded papers will receive a Certificate for Best Conference Paper.
Awarded during NORDSCI Conference 2019 in Athens, Greece were:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Olga Sovova, Ph. D., Police Academy of the Czech Republic in Prague, Czech Republic with the paper "THE CHARACTER OF THE SERVICE RELATIONSHIP OF MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY FORCES OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC IN LIGHT OF JUDICIAL CASE LAW AND RELATED CURRENT ISSUES"
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Anna Karnat, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland with the paper "QUALITY OF LIFE OF THE PERSONS WITH INBORN GENDER IDENTITY DISORDER SYNDROME"
Prof.dr. Eduard Vlad, Ovidius University of Constanta, Romania with the paper "HEDGING, CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS AND THE ORIGINAL BREXIT AFFAIR"