The UNIGIS International Association is pleased to announce the grantees within the first Call for “Geospatial Events Grants” (GEG). This Grant has been established to connect active UNIGIS students with the international geospatial community and enhance the learning experience beyond lessons and exercises.
Four UNIGIS students have now been awarded a grant for participating in a leading Geospatial event and presenting their work to a broad audience:
- Daniel Paco Abenza, Master student at UNIGIS Girona, receives a grant for attending the 11th Workshop on Free GIS/11as jornadas SIG libre and his presentation on the ECOWREX project: ‘The ECOWAS Observatory for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency – an Spatial Data Infrastructure for energy planning in West Africa’
- Luke Clasper, recently graduated Master student from UNIGIS UK, will present a paper based on his Msc thesis at the VGI-Analytics 2017 / AGILE 2017 at Wageningen University, The Netherlands.
- Mehnoush Ghofrani Esfahani, currently a Master student at UNIGIS Amsterdam, has been awarded a grant to attend the the GI_Forum 2017 in Salzburg, Austria and to present his poster at the Poster Session.
- Stefan Mohr, UNIGIS Salzburg MSc Student, now working on his master thesis, will present his poster on Agend based modelling within the Spatial Simulation Session at GI_Forum 2017 in Salzburg, Austria.
Congratulations on behalf of the UNIGIS International Association Board!