CLGE Young Surveyors’ Contest 2022 – winners announced at INTERGEO
The Awarding Ceremony, which was the final stage, of the CLGE Young Surveyors’ Contest of 2022 took place today at INTERGEO in Essen (DE).
Please watch the video of the Awarding Ceremony and directly hear from our winners.
We launched the Contest on the 31st January and by the submission deadline on 1st August we had received 36 applications. The CLGE Vetting Committee of the CLGE Young Surveyors’ Contest selected the 12 best applications, (six in each of the two categories), for the Contest Finals on 6th October 2022.
The Chair of the CLGE Vetting Committee Jānis Klīve opened the well-attended Awarding Ceremony by expressing gratitude to all the participants, the jury members, and our supporters (DVW, BDVI, VDV).
All the winners then made a short overview presentation of their papers based on their studies. Jury member Bernhard Richter (Vice President Geomatics, Leica Geosystems AG) and Stéphane Ourevitch (EUSPA Representative) welcomed all the winners. In conclusion, Jānis Klīve announced the results and presented the winners with their prizes .
CLGE is delighted to announce that the winners of the CLGE Young Surveyors’ Contest of 2022 are as follows:
Winners in the Masters and Bachelors category:
1. First Prize – Muhammad Alfakhori for ‘Occlusion Screening using 3D city models as a reference database for mobile AR-Apps’ (Photogrammetry and Geoinformatics at Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
2. Second Prize – Mohammad Hosseingholizadeh for ‘Cadastral energy estimation by using open-source GIS solutions’(Photogrammetry and Geoinformatics at Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
3. Third Prize – Sanchalita Bandyopadhyay for ‘Development of a Web GIS Application to Simulate Housing Potential and Demand’ (Photogrammetry and Geoinformatics at Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
Winners the PhD category:
1. First Prize – Kyriaki Mouzakidou for ‘Concurrent adjustment of lidar and camera with GNSS and raw inertial data’ (Geodetic Engineering Laboratory (TOPO) EPFL, Switzerland)
2. Second Prize – Weixiao Gao for ‘SUM: A benchmark datasets of Semantic Urban Meshes’ (Technical University of Delft, Netherlands)
3. Third Prize – Gordana Jakovljević for ‘Multidimensional model of use remote sensing data and geospatial services in water management according to INSPIRE and WFD specification’ (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)