Scholarships and Professional Awards
The ASPRS Lifetime Achievement Award:
James Campbell and Riadh Munjy
ASPRS Photogrammetric Award (Fairchild):
Estes Memorial Teaching Award:
Randolph “Randy” Wynne and Timothy Warner
ASPRS Fellow Award:
ASPRS Outstanding Service Award:
Lauren McKinney-Wise, Evon Silvia, Qassim Abdullah, Colin Lee, Riadh Munjy, Josh Nimetz, Michael Zotlek, Jim Gillis, Jeff Irwin, Jamie Gillis, Davic Kuxhausen, Colin Lee, Kyle Ince, Michael Zarlengo
Region of the Year: Florida Region
Region Web Site and Newsletter of the Year: Gulf South Region
Roger Hoffer Membership Award
ASPRS Presidential Citations:
Rae Kelley and John McCombs
Robert E. Altenhofen Memorial Scholarship:
John O. Behrens Institute for Land Information (ILI) Memorial Scholarship:
Robert N. Colwell Memorial Fellowship:
William A. Fischer Memorial Scholarship:
Government Services Scholarship:
Francis H. Moffitt Memorial Scholarship:
The Kenneth J. Osborn Memorial Scholarship:
Not awarded this year
Ta Liang Memorial Award:
Paul R. Wolf Memorial Scholarship:
The Esri Award for Best Scientific Paper in GIS
1st Place: Ravi Peters, Balázs Dukai, Stelios Vitalis, Jordi van Liempt, and Jantien Stoter for “Automated 3D Reconstruction of LoD2 and LoD1 Models for All 10 Million Buildings of the Netherlands.” PE&RS, 88(3): 165–170.
2nd Place: Steven Spiegel, Casey Shanks, and Jorge Chen for “Effectiveness of Deep Learning Trained on SynthCity Data for Urban Point-Cloud Classification”. PE&RS, 88(2): 113-120.
3rd Place: Feilin Lai and Xiaojun Yang for “Improving Land Cover Classification over a Large Coastal City Through Stacked Generalization with Filtered Training Samples.” PE&RS, 88(7): 451–459.
John I. Davidson President’s Award for Practical Papers
1st Place – Tie: Xuzhe Duan, Qingwu Hu, Pengcheng Zhao, and Shaohua Wang for “A Low-Cost and Portable Indoor 3D Mapping Approach Using Biaxial Line Laser Scanners and a One-Dimension Laser Range Finder Integrated with Microelectromechanical Systems.” PE&RS, 88(5): 311–321.
1st Place – Tie: Thomas R. Loveland, Martha C. Anderson, Justin L. Huntington, James R. Irons, David M. Johnson, Laura E. P. Rocchio, Curtis E. Woodcock, and Michael A. Wulder for “Seeing Our Planet Anew: Fifty Years of Landsat.” PE&RS: 88(7): 429-436.
Talbert Abrams Award
Grand Award: Itiya Aneece and Prasad S. Thenkabail for “New Generation Hyperspectral Sensors DESIS and PRISMA Provide Improved Agricultural Crop Classifications.” PE&RS, 88(11): 715-729.
First Honorable Mention: Clement E. Akumu and Sam Dennis for “Urban Land Cover/Use Mapping and Change Detection Analysis Using Multi-Temporal Landsat OLI with Lidar-DEM and Derived TPI.” PE&RS, 88(4): 245-253.
Second Honorable Mention: Thomas R. Loveland, Martha C. Anderson, Justin L. Huntington, James R. Irons, David M. Johnson, Laura E. P. Rocchio, Curtis E. Woodcock, and Michael A. Wulder for “Seeing Our Planet Anew: Fifty Years of Landsat.” PE&RS: 88(7): 429-436.