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Student Awards

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The 2019 Award Winners now posted. See list below.


Learn About the Nomination Process for 2020.


As a committed supporter of excellence in student research, SPIE supports Best Student Paper Awards at SPIE conferences across the globe. In addition to cash prizes and award certificates, winners receive SPIE Digital Library downloads and complimentary SPIE Student Membership.

The awards are designed to encourage and acknowledge excellence in oral and poster student paper presentations. Best student papers will be recognized within each of the Remote Sensing conferences.

In order to be considered for this award, the student must meet the following requirements:

• Student must be the presenting author at the conference and must make their oral presentation as scheduled.

• Student must be the leading author of the manuscript.

• Papers submitted by graduate and undergraduate students are eligible.

• Student must enter the best student paper award by responding to an award announcement e-mail.

• The best student award announcement will follow the acceptance notification and will include all details necessary to enter and qualify for the competition. 

A panel of experts will evaluate the papers, both for quality and content.

Further details and deadlines for 2020 nominations to post later.




The Remote Sensing 2019 Award Winners

REMOTE SENSING FOR AGRICULTURE, ECOSYSTEMS, AND HYDROLOGY
[11149-13]
Dominic Fawcett, Univ. of Exeter (United Kingdom)
Investigating impacts of calibration methodology and irradiance variations on lightweight drone-based sensor derived surface reflectance products


SENSORS, SYSTEMS, AND NEXT-GENERATION SATELLITES
[11151-70]
Byung Joon Ahn, The Ohio State Univ. (United States)
Design and development of a low-cost multispectral iager for data fusion with hyperspectral imagers


ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS ON LIGHT PROPAGATION AND ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS
[11153-6]
Julia Hofmann, Fraunhofer-Institut für Optronik, Systemtechnik und Bildauswertung IOSB (Germany)
Validation of distortion in long-range video sequences straightness metric and reference frame generation


ACTIVE AND PASSIVE MICROWAVE REMOTE SENSING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
[11154-12]
Miguel A. Belenguer-Plomer, Univ. de Alcalá (Spain)
Evaluation of backscatter coefficient temporal indices for burned area mapping


IMAGE AND SIGNAL PROCESSING FOR REMOTE SENSING
[11155-46]
Ahmad Hamad, Univ. Siegen, Center for Sensor Systems (ZESS) (Germany)
ISAR autofocus based on sparsity-driven estimation of translational and rotational motion components


EARTH RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL REMOTE SENSING/GIS APPLICATIONS 
[11156-26]
Joana Cardoso-Fernandes, Univ. do Porto and ICT, Porto pole  (Portugal)
Evaluating the performance of support vector machines (SVMs) and random forest (RF) in Li-pegmatite mapping: preliminary results


REMOTE SENSING TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS IN URBAN ENVIRONMENTS
[11157-23]
Guanyao Xie, Institut Univ. Européen de la Mer (France)
Machine learning methods and classification of vegetation in Brest (France)


Conference 11152 did not select a winner