Dr. EunSu Lee, email@example.com
The 2019 Student Paper Award Winner: Location Allocation of Sugar Beet Piling Centers using GIS and Optimization
The GIS-T Symposium would like to encourage GIS students, undergraduate and graduate, with an emphasis on transportation to submit their research to the GIS-T Symposium’s Student Paper Contest. The contest is designed to encourage university students to develop solutions to current GIS-T issues.
Contestants will be judged on their ability to develop and document useful, original research based on GIS-T issues and to relay their research results in a complete, clear, and well-referenced paper.
The winner will receive:
Submission Deadline: January 20, 2020
Selection of the winner will be made by February 2020
All papers submitted for this competition must follow these format guidelines:
As noted above the winner will receive $100, travel expenses, 4 nights hotel, and complimentary registration to the 2020 GIS-T Symposium. Travel is a round trip ticket (US domestic flight) to Minneapolis, Minnesota. The winners will present their papers at the AASHTO GIS-T and their presentations posted to the GIS-T website.
The AASHTO GIS-T Task Force and judges reserve the right not to award any submissions in a particular category. All decisions by the AASHTO GIS-T Task Force and judges are final.
Only the corresponding author will receive the award for the co-authored paper.
Email student presentations submissions or questions to:
Dr. EunSu Lee, New Jersey City University – firstname.lastname@example.org or
Dr. Kweku Brown, The Citadel – email@example.com
Papers will be judged by members of the GIS-T Planning Committee and additional transportation professionals. They will be rated in the following categories: