CLGE students contest 2014



The third CLGE Students contest has been successfully implemented The jury has decided to award prizes in three categories. After announcing the contest in October 2013, 12 papers, all with high quality, were received in these three categories within the deadline 4th of August. The winners will receive their awards in Berlin, October 8th, in connection with INTERGEO. Below you may find the participants’ papers Students were invited to send in papers in three categories:
  • Geodesy and Topography
  • GIS, Mapping and Cadastre
  • Students and Youngsters engagement
TRIMBLE and ESRI have supported the Students contest.

Winner in category “Geodesy and Topography”

STUDY OF QUASIGEOID MODELS PRECISION FOR REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA TERRITORY Dumitru Nuca (MOLDOVA)

Winner in category “GIS, Mapping and Cadastre”

THE POSSIBILITY OF USE THE DATA FROM ISOK IN AN ATTEMPT TO VERIFY AND UPDATE OF SOME ELEMENTS IN CADASTRAL DATABASES Katarzyna Andrzejczak (POLAND)

Winner in category “Students and Youngsters engagement”

NEW SIGHTINGS OF GEODESY Franka Grubišić (CROATIA)

Runner-up in category “Geodesy and Topography”

A VIRTUAL TOUR AS A PRESENTATION PLATFORM FOR TOPOGRAPHICAL SURVEYING OF AN ANCIENT HILL TERRIAN Stefan Heidenreich, Jan Kupke (GERMANY)

Runner-up in category “GIS, Mapping and Cadastre”

VISUALIZATION AND ANALYSIS OF HISTORICAL OHCA OCCURRENCES AND OTHER RISK FACTORS FOR IMPROVED PLACEMENT OF AEDS Fredrik Hilding, Rebecca Ilehag (SWEDEN)

Runner-up in category “Students and Youngsters engagement”

THE ROLE OF VGI TO DEVELOP THE NEW SURVEYOR IN EUROPE Edgar Barreira, Gonçalo Maia, Hugo Silva, Inês Vilas Boas, Rui Nunes, Lisbeth Marques, André Sá (PORTUGAL)

Other participants

The implementation of surveying data obtained by Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems in traffic engineering Noor Desmet, Bert De Vriendt (BELGIUM) Category “Geodesy&Topography”
Oblique aerial photography viewer and monoplotting tool for building façade inspection and disaster assessment Arnadi Dhestaratri Murtiyoso (FRANCE) Category “GIS, Mapping and Cadastre”
Making of: an affordable quadrocopter for capturing spatial data Dougan Nejc, Šašo Aleksander, Tržan Urh, Vidmar Blaž (SLOVENIA) Category “GIS, Mapping and Cadastre”
Obtaining mosaic of photograms with a multi-camera Marc Ronquillo González (SPAIN) Category “GIS, Mapping and Cadastre”
Optimizing the reading and interpretation of topographical maps by the implementation of Augmented Reality technology Sandra Uceda Queirós (SPAIN) Category “GIS, Mapping and Cadastre”
Improving Youth Engagement In Surveying Profession Rubén Martínez (SPAIN) Category ” Students and youngsters engagement”

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