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Grant Awardees 2012

Honor Roll of 2012 Grantees

With thanks to our Donors, event sponsors and grant evaluation committees we are pleased to announce that The ISPRS Foundation (TIF) funding for 2010 has been provided in the four TIF grant categories of:

Research Initiatives″    ″ Travel Grants″    ″ Awards

 


Grants for Research Initiatives

Congratulations to the following successful applicants whose projects have been deemed worthy of financial grants to pursue their proposed projects.

CANADA –
  Dr. Derek Lichti – University of Calgary ″Compilation of an authoritative, on-line bibliography on Terrestrial Laser Scanning″
(Finalizing the project, see external link  http://www.tlsdatabase.ucalgary.ca/)

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Travel Grants

We are pleased to announce that eleven (11) Travel Grants have been awarded to deserving grantees from ten (10) countries for their participation in the events listed below.

Congratulations to the following Grantees:

ISPRS Congress 2012 in Melbourne
25 Aug - 1 Sep 2012 – Melbourne, Australia

BANGLADESH -
       Mr. Abdul Nurunnabi
 

CHINA -
       Ms. Xun Li
 

COLOMBIA -
       Ms. Olga Piedad Rudas
 

HUNGARY -
       Ms. Andrea Kovacs
 

INDIA -
       Mr. Rakeshkumar Chandulal
 

IRAN -
       Mr. Milad Niroumand Jadidi
 

IRAQ -
       Mr. Bashar Alsadik
       Mr. Ali Maliki
 

ITALY -
       Ms. Cristina Re
 

PAKISTAN -
       Mr. Amjad Ali
 

RUSSIA -
       Mr. Alexander Velizhev


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Awards

Following Awards were funded by The ISPRS Foundation in 2012:

  • CATCON – Computer Aided Teaching contest at ISPRS Congress in Melbourne
    • (First Place) M.P. Imhof, M.T. Cox, D.W. Harvey, G.E. Heemskerk, and C.J. Pettit
      Future Farming Systems Research Division, Department of Primary Industries, Australia
      Landscape Visualization on the Internet (1000 USD)
    • (Second Place) Diego Gonzalez-Aguilera, Diego Guerrero, David Hernandez-Lopez, Pablo Rodriguez-Gonzalvez, Marc Pierrot, Jesus Fernandez-Hernandez
      University of Salamanca, Spain,
      Photogrammetry Workbench (750 USD)
    • (Third Place) Aguiar, R.A. Brito, J.L.N.S. Badolato, I.S. Bernardo Filho, O. Coelho Filho, L.C.T. Pupin, P.A.B. Reolon, P.F. Ribeiro, J. Ribeiro, J.A. Silveira, F.J.C. Silveira, M.T.,
      The Rio de Janeiro State University (UERJ), Cartographic Engineering, Brazil,
      The E-FOTO Project: A free digital photogrammetric workstation for educational purposes developed under the GNU/GPL paradigm, (500 USD)
  • Christian Heipke – Doyle Award presented at the ISPRS Congress in Melbourne (2500 USD)
  • Wenzhong Shi – Zhizhou Award presented at the ISPRS Congress in Melbourne (2500 CHF)