Ted Nelson Newcomer Award for best newcomer paper which is presented to the best paper written by authors who have never published in earlier Hypertext proceedings.
- 2019 | Isaac Alpizar-Chacon and Sergey Sosnovsky. Expanding the Web of Knowledge: one Textbook at a Time.
- 2018 | Sumit Bhatia and Harit Vishwakarma. Know Thy Neighbors, and More! Studying the Role of Context in Entity Recommendation.
- 2017 | Andreas Thalhammer, Steffen Thoma, Andreas Harth and Rudi Studer. Entity-centric Data Fusion on the Web.
- 2016 | Britta Meixner and Christoph Einsiedler. Download and Cache Management for HTML5 Hypervideo Players.
- 2014 | Janette Lehmann, Claudia Müller-Birn, David Laniado, Mounia Lalmas, Andreas Kaltenbrunner. Readers Preference and Behavior on Wikipedia.
- 2013 | Dominic Rout, Daniel Preotiuc-Pietro, Kalina Bontcheva, Trevor Cohn. Where’s @wally? A Classification Approach to Geolocating Users Based on their Social Ties.
- 2012 | Eugenia-Maria Kontopoulou, Maria Predari, Thymios Kostakis, and Efstratios Gallopoulos. Graph and Matrix Metrics to Analyze Ergodic Literature for Children.
- 2011 | Anna Squicciarini, Smitha Sundareswaran, Dan Lin, and Josh Wede. A3P: Adaptive Policy Prediction for Shared Images over Popular Content Sharing Sites.
- 2010 | Heiko Haller and Andreas Abecker. iMapping: A Zooming User Interface Approach for Personal and Semantic Knowledge Management.