Ambassadors endorse the CLGE Young Surveyors’ Contest
We are delighted to feature a series of testimonies from previous winners and sponsors of the CLGE Young Surveyor’s Contest (also formerly known as the CLGE Students’ Contest).
We present our third Ambassador Alicia Cañizares from Spain Winner of CLGE Contest 2013 in GIS, Cartograhy and Cadastre category for her thesis on ‘3D model of the Roman Wall of Lugo (Galicia -Spain) using TLS and UAV‘. Alicia remarked that ‘Winning this award as a recent graduate student, made me more confident in myself and my knowledge. It allowed me to stand out in my sector within my country and to meet great people to work with in my professional future. I really encourage and recommend you to apply, it is a great opportunity‘. Since winning the Contest Alicia has gone on to be Technical sales advisor and product manager at Global Geosystems, Leica Geosystems reseller in Spain.
Alicia endorses the Contest, encourages you to promote awareness of the 2022 Contest and of course to take part yourself if you are eligible.
Previous Ambassador Testimonies
April 26, 2022
We present our second Ambassador Hamidreza Ostadabbas from Germany a two-time CLGE prize winner. Firstly in 2019 for his paper on ‘Cadastre Automatic Data Processing in QGIS and Implementation in Web GIS’ and 2020/21 he won a silver medal for his paper on ‘Using the synergy of QFIELD for collecting data on-site and QGIS for interactive map creation by ALKIS® data extraction and implementation in PostgreSQL – for urban planning processes’ Taking part in the CLGE Contest has extended his professional network both in Europe and worldwide by providing the opportunity to meet practitioners, scientists and academics from a variety of backgrounds, countries and cultures. Hamidreza endorses the Contest, encourages you to promote awareness of the 2022 Contest and of course to take part yourself if you are eligible.
March 6, 2022
Our first Ambassador was Cécile Deprez from Belgium who was our winner in 2016 in the category of ‘Galileo, EGNOS, Copernicus’ with her paper entitled ‘Relative Positioning With Galileo E5 AltBOC Code Measurements’ which was based on her Master’s degree thesis. Cécile has gone on to pursue a successful career as a researcher at the German Aerospace Center. Winning the prize boosted her confidence to undertake research and provided great networking opportunities with ESA, EUSPA and CLGE. Cécile encourages you to promote awareness of the 2022 Contest and of course to take part yourself if you are eligible, click here for full details of the rules of the CLGE Young Surveyors’ Contest and how to enter.