The projects will be evaluated according to the following criteria:
Project quality: Project quality includes project content and the concept. The following factors will be evaluated: whether the idea and objective are clearly defined, the overall project concept, the verifiability of the project's objectives, the project plan, and the capability to scale up the results.
Innovation/vision: The term “innovation” is to be understood in the context of value creation. Evaluation will be focused on the level of innovation compared with the current state-of-the-art in science publishing. Usefulness to the user as well as novelty will be considered.
Research content: This criterion will be used to rank the project in terms of its research applications in content, which can range from simple development work to advanced scientific research.
New Knowledge: Evaluation will also focus on the extent to which the project produces new knowledge of significance with regard to science publishing.
There will be one (1) first place winner (either a single individual or a collaborative team) and one (1) second place winner (either a single individual or a collaborative team) selected from all of the eligible submissions by the Panel of Judges, whose decisions are final.
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