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Prix Samuel Gamble


Le prix Samuel Gamble (1988), parrainé par L’Association canadienne des sciences géomatique, est présenté à un maximum de trois personnes qui ont contribué de manière significative aux activités de développement, d'organisation ou professionnel de la photogrammétrie, de la télédétection et des sciences de l'information géographique, au niveau national ou niveau international. Le prix est remis au cours d'une Assemblée générale du Congrès de la SIPT.


PRÉAMBULE


En 1984, L’Association canadienne des sciences géodésique et cartographique maintenant l'Association canadienne des sciences géomatiques, a décidé de parrainer un prix en l'honneur du Dr Samuel G. Gamble, ancien président de la Société internationale de photogrammétrie et de télédétection et directeur du Congrès 1972. La création de la bourse a été approuvée par le Conseil de la Société internationale de photogrammétrie et de télédétection en mars 1985.


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LAURÉATS

(Nos excuses, les biographies seront affichées en anglais seulement)


2012

Pour l’année 2012, l’ACSG a eu l’honneur d’octroyer une bourse équivalente à 1,500 francs Suisse au récipiendaire:
Kohei Cho, Japan

Professor Dr. Kohei Cho is a Professor of the Department of Network and Computer Engineering of Tokai University, Japan. He has made significant contributions in the field of remote sensing. His dedication to working on education and international coordination in Asia are especially outstanding.

Between 1982 and 1992 Koheo Cho worked for government agencies in Japan and in 1992, he moved to Tokai University. From 1992 to 1996, he was involved in the Regional Remote Sensing Seminar on Tropical Ecosystem Management co-organize by NASDA and ESCAP every year in countries in Asia. In 1996, he initiated the educational software contest CATCON at the ISPRS Vienna Congress. Since then, CATCON has been organized every four years at the ISPRS Congresses and has become one of the official events of ISPRS. In 2004, Kohei Cho was elected as the President of ISPRS Commission VI on Education and Outreach, and he initiated the Student Consortium as the first official student organization within ISPRS. In 2007, he was elected as the Deputy General Secretary of AARS to support the General Secretary. At the ACRS 2008 in Colombo, he initiated a new student program for students under the framework of ACRS. He continually promotes and encourages students and young scientists in Asia. In 2009 he was elected as the General Secretary of AARS, and was awarded the Dr. Boon Indrambarya Gold Medal to his contribution to remote sensing in the Asian region. He has published more than 100 papers on remote sensing in national and international journals and proceedings. He is also co-author of 14 books on remote sensing and image processing.

2008
Wilber K. Ottichilo, Kenya
Jide Kufoniyi, Nigeria
Li Deren, China

2004
Ray Harris, UK
Haggai Nyalopa, Kenya
Victor Savinkykh, Russia

2000
A.Abiodun, Nigeria
B.Forster, Australia
1996
P.Waldhaus, Austria
M.Araya Figueroa, Chile

1992
M.Carbonnell, France
G.Hildebrandt, Germany
S.Vibulsresth, Thailand

1988
O.Coker, Nigeria
B.A.Sikilo, Kenya
J.Van der Weele, Netherlands
 

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