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Geodesy Section Student Awards
The Section provides an award of $500 sponsored by the Department of Natural Resources of Canada (NRCan), for the Best Student Paper in Geodesy at the CGU Annual Meeting. Students willing to participate are encouraged to submit, in addition to the regular abstract, an extended abstract (maximum three pages, single space, including figures; one additional page can be used for the list of references – see model). The extended abstract should reflect the content of the presentation. Students participating in the student paper competition should have submitted a regular abstract with content and format consistent with CGU requirements, in order to be included in the program book. Both oral and poster presentations will be considered in the geodesy student paper competition.
The student must be the main author.
Regular abstracts must be submitted to CGU by February 15th.
Deadline for submission of extended abstracts to CGU-GS: April 17th.
Past Winners of the Geodesy Best Student Award
|2015||Ebrahim Ghaderpour||winning paper|
|2014||E. Sinem Ince||winning paper|
|2013||E. Sinem Ince||winning paper|
|2012||Rebekka Steffen||winning paper|
|2011||Panagiotis Vergados||winning paper|
|2010||Panagiotis Vergados||winning paper|
|2009||Vidyavathy Renganathan||winning paper|
|2008||Panagiotis Vergados||winning paper|
|2008||Robert Kingdon||winning paper|
|2007||Mohammed Dabboor||winning paper|
|2006||Mahmoud El-Gelil||winning paper|
|2005||Azadeh Koozhare||winning paper|
|2004||Rodrigo Leandro||winning paper|
|2003||Georgia Fotopoulos||winning paper|
The CGU has several student awards for which Geodesy Student Members are eligible. See the Awards page for details