Geomatics Engineering News & Events

July 28, 2014

Mikhail receives ASCE Surveying and Mapping Award

Professor Emeritus Edward M. Mikhail was selected by the Geomatics Division of ASCE to receive the 2014 Surveying and Mapping Award for his devotion and contributions to the fields of photogrammetry and remote sensing.
February 19, 2014

Geomatics Engineering Seminar

Ayman Habib, Professor of Geomatics Engineering at The University of Calgary, will present "Geomatics Engineering as an Enabling Technology for Interdisciplinary Collaboration" on Thursday, Feb. 20th at 9:30am in HAMP 1252
February 11, 2010

Surveying School 2010

The 2010 Surveying School, a two-day continuing education course in land surveying & geomatics engineering, will be held March 31 & April 1. More information and a registration form are available at eng.purdue.edu/CE/surveyschool
December 3, 2009

Monitoring Beach Erosion at Hooper Bay, Alaska

Purdue Professors Steven Johnson (CE) and Michael Smolen (Center for the Environment) recently traveled to Alaska to establish a Native run program to monitor the seasonal and annual processes involved with beach modification along Hooper Bay.
October 14, 2009

New book on Geospatial Technology co-edited by Prof. Shan

"Geospatial Technology for Earth Observation," an in-depth and broad collection of recent progress in Earth observation, serves as a valuable training source for researchers, developers & practitioners of geospatial science.
November 2, 2007

CE Professors win Acorn Award

Professors James Bethel, Edward Mikhail and Jie Shan have received Purdue's Acorn Award, recognizing their research efforts.
November 2, 2007

Professor Jie Shan receives NASA grant

His team will be working on Mars topographic mapping using orbital imagery and laser ranging, and the calibration of the instruments aboard.
April 4, 2007

Professors receive Talbert Abrams Grand Award

Associate Professor Jie Shan, Associate Professor James S. Bethel, Professor Edward M. Mikhail, Chiumng-Shiuan Fu, Bin Li, and Jeffrey Kretsch received Talbert Abrams Grand Award for their journal paper, entitled "Principles and Evaluation of Autostereoscopic Photogrammetric Measurement."
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