The ISDRS Best Article Award, Jury of 2022:
The ISDRS Board appoints an Award Jury consisting of at least 8 members, of which at least 4 are ISDRS Board Members, and the others are full ISDRS members. In case of high numbers of articles nominated, other ISDRS Board members can be asked to assist the Jury, and be part of the Jury too.
Members of the Awards Jury as well as Board Members are invited to make suggestions themselves, but are explicitly excluded from suggesting their own publications or nominating themselves.
Current members of the ISDRS Best Article Award – 2022 (members of the board in bold)
|Armindo dos Santos de Sousa Teodósio –
|Stella Emery Santana
The Executive Board sends an open invitation to full members for the Award Jury membership. If this results in too many candidates the ISDSR Executive Board selects candidates, aiming for diversity in the membership and offering those who are not selected a place the next year.
Time schedule (due to delays, the new time schedule is bracketed)
December 2022 – 15/2/2023
Nomination period 15/2/2023 – 15/3/2023
Selection of shortlist by the Award Jury 31/3/2023
Publication of shortlist, invitation to vote on best article 1/4/2023 – 24/4/2023
Voting period for members and followers 24/4/2023 – 10/5/2023 -> (15/4/23 – 19/6/23)
Analysis of the vote, identification of No. 1 to 3 articles 10/5/2023 – 25/5/2023 -> (19/6/23 – 30/6/23)
Inviting the winners to participate at the conference or supply a video, inviting the 1st price winner to prepare for a keynote in next year’s conference
Call: The Executive Board initiates and oversees the process. The assistant prepares the communication and the handling of the suggested articles. The Award Jury will be responsible for the assessment and the selection.Selection criteria: The criteria should be published with the call. They are approved by the Executive Committee.Selection process: The same criteria should guide the selection process for the short list (multiple nominations may indicate a good article, but this is not the voting stage yet). Regional and gender balance are no selection criteria, but the call should encourage submissions by such authors. If the numbers are far higher than 80, the selecting of the short list may easily become a task too heavy for the Award Jury to shoulder; in that case the whole of the Board should be parachuted in to save the day.
Using the journal(s) to announce the winner and for publishing her/his bio could be an attractive way of drawing the attention of the journal’s community to ISDRS and vice versa.
 For the time being we do not have the capacity to assess articles on diverse languages (which might be one option for the future).