W. J. Martin Prize
On the initiative of Phil Taylor, since 2009, BachoTeX participants award the W. J. Martin Prize for the best conference presentation. The prize goes to the presentation which gets the biggest number of votes (one vote per participant).

photo: Jakub Zdroik 
2024 Winner
Daria Kuzina for What’s in the corners of our minds?
All winners
 2009: Aleksandra Hankus for Introducing Stefan
 2010:
 Jacek Czekaj for Designing and implementing a typesetting system
 Mathias Nater for TeX's hyphenation applied to HTML
 2011: Marek Ryćko for A Radical Approach to the Radical Sign
 2012: Łukasz Dziedzic for Tree, stone, water. Thoughts, models and ideas for flexible type design
 2013: Bugusław Jackowski, Łukasz Dziedzic, Marek Ryćko (coauthors) for Two typographic etudes for basic calculus and implementation
 2014: Marek Ryćko, Bugusław Jackowski, Łukasz Dziedzic, Piotr Strzelczyk for Experimenting with the interactive visualisation of algorithms implemented in MetaPost
 2015: Willi Egger for Off topic: The Beauty of Handcrafting a Violin
 2016: Frank Mittelbach for Alice in Wonderland—the tale of the long tail in globally optimized page breaking
 2017: Takuto Asakura for Implementing bioinformatics algorithms in TeX — Gotoh package, a case study
 2018: JeanMichel Hufflen for Early Musical Notations
 2019: Marek Ryćko for Redesign of a Metapostbased font generating system
 2023: Mikael Sundqvist for ConTeXt  Step by Step
 2024: Daria Kuzina for What’s in the corners of our minds?
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