Three awards for GEO @ISPRS2016PRAGUE

We are very happy to inform that our department received three awards at the 23rd Congress of the International Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) which took place in Prague, Czechia, 12–19 July 2016.

Prof. Wolfgang Wagner received the Frederick J. Doyle Award, which is awarded “every four years to an individual who, like Fred Doyle, has exhibited outstanding and sustained qualities in the profession worthy of being emulated for inspiring new engineers and scientists to the ISPRS disciplines and has made significant accomplishments in advancing the photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial information sciences and technologies.”

Ana Djuricic received an ISPRS Young Authors Award for the paper 3D Central Line Extraction of Fossil Oyster Shells which was selected by the Technical Commission V – Close-Range Imaging, Analysis and Applications. Read the paper here.

András Zlinszky and Adam Kania received the Best Poster Award of ISPRS Commission II for their poster Will it blend? Visualization and accuracy evaluation of high-resolution fuzzy vegetation maps. Read the paper here.

The awarding ceremonies took place at the ISPRS Congress 2016 in Prague.

Category: Remote Sensing, Photogrammetry, Women4Geo

Wolfgang Wagner, recipient of the Frederick J. Doyle Award

Awardees of the Young Authors Awards

Ana Djuricic and Wolfgang Wagner

András Zlinszky in front of the winning poster