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Recognition for MetaPHOR members

June 10, 2005 16:30:02 +0300 (EEST)

Those with a nose for history will already know that the roots of MetaEdit+ lie in the late 1980s and early 1990s in the MetaPHOR research group at the University of Jyväskylä. Two central members of that team were Kari Smolander and Matti Rossi, now respectively a head lecturer and a professor at Finnish universities. Their paper with Pennsylvania's Prof. Sandeep Purao was chosen as the best of the 490 papers published at this year's European Conference on Information Systems. Congratulations, guys! More in Finnish in Digitoday.

Kari Smolander (right) receiving the award for best paper at ECIS 2005

Kari Smolander (right) receiving the award.