Thesis awards winners known!

The CIPA thesis award competition, which was approved by the CIPA Executive Board during the last meeting in Prague on July 2016, was formally launched on September 2016. Three months later, fifteen master and seventeen Ph.D. theses were submitted. After thoroughly evaluating all the submission, CIPA is very happy to announce the following winners:

Master Thesis award

Arnadi Murtiyoso – Acquisition and Processing Protocols for UAV Images. 3D Modeling of Historical Buildings using Photogrammetry

 

Ph.D. Thesis award

Susana Del Pozo Aguilera – Multispectral Imaging for the Analysis of Materials and Pathologies in Civil Engineering, Constructions and Natural Spaces

 

Both winners will be invited to prepare a paper for the next CIPA 2017 Conference and orally present their outstanding work.

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