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Prizewinners

 First prize (ex aequo)

Homunculus, by Alejandro Mier G. Cadaval (Mexico)

Imenez, by Luís Alonso Noriega Hederich (Barcelona, Spain)

 Special mention

IA, by Daniel Mares (Madrid, Spain)

 UPC mention

El dia en que morí, by Fermín Sánchez Carracedo (Barcelona, Spain), teacher of UPC from 1987 and Doctor of Computing


Composition of the jury

 Lluís Anglada
 Miquel Barceló
 Josep Casanovas
 Manuel Moreno
 Jordi José


Participation and works mentioned in the records of the jury

 Total presented works: 104

 Works mentioned in the records of the jury:

Si pudieras ver Niágara, by Joaquín Revuelta Candón (Spain)

Hunting the Snark, by Mike Resnick (Ohio, USA)

Un deu pels ignorants, by David Rabad Vives (Barcelona, Spain)

What hath god wrought, by Sergio Parra Castillo (Spain)


Guest to the prize-giving ceremony

 Robert J. Sawyer biographyCatalan

 Web de Robert J. Sawyer

 Conference "The future already is here: there's a place for Science fiction in the XXI century?"CatalanSpanish

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