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Travel Awards

Cartographers from developing countries can get travel awards for the ICC conferences. Please find the winners of the previous travel awards below. To apply for an upcoming ICC, please check the relevant ICC website.

 

2013

The travel awardees with the ICA president

The travel awardees with the ICA president

Felipe Rufino AtkociusBrazilMaps in Decision Making: Why Almost Every Negotiation Starts and Ends With a Map?
Milad NiroumandIranThe Evaluation and Development of the Pixel Swapping Technique for Enhancing the Locational Perception of the Soft Classified Satellite Imagery
Viktor PutrenkoUkraineAssessment of Risk and Hazard of Technological Emergencies with GIS (on the Example Vinnytsia Region)
Iomara Barros de SousaBrazilMapping my Mangrove: New Technologies applied to cartography to support environmental education in Geography´s teaching

 

2011

Maythm Al BakriIraqUser Generated Content and Formal Data Sources for Integrating Geospatial Data
Andrius BalciunasLithuaniaThe Possibilities of Functionality Research of Interactive Internet Maps
Haosheng HuangChinaIncorporating context-aware collaborative filtering into Location Based Services
Adonis KouameIvory CoastCartographie du Risque Bilharzien a Partir de L’utilisation Combinee de la Télédétection et du SIG
Silvija MarinovaBulgariaCross border maps and disaster management
Andre MendoncaBrazilWhat do people prefer and what is more effective for maps: A decision making test
Milad NiroumandIranOptimal Visualization of Satellite Imagery and Superimposed Vector Data; a New Trend to the Conceptual Visualization of Land-Use Maps
Jean Marc PhiliusHaitiCréation d’une plateforme technique de SIG en Haïti / définition des référentiels de base

 

 

2009

Travel Award recipients with a shadow of the ICA president Bill Cartwright.

Travel Award recipients with a shadow of the ICA president Bill Cartwright.

Victoria MolochkoUkraineSystem of educational geographical atlases in Ukraine
Tao WangChinaSemantics of contour lines’ spatial relation
Małgorzata WieczorekPolandWerenskiold Glacier (SW Spitsbergen) – morphometric characteristics
Rodrigo MoraChileRetrieving hierarchical information from maps: The role of metric and configurational variables
Marcio SchmidtBrazilExpert system to classify semantic information
Maria Victoria Alves de CastroArgentinaNitrates pollution at Hurlingham District waters – Spatial analysis with GIS
Diallo NgagneSenegalA diachronic study on the urban growth of Dakar and its impacts

Unfortunately, Maria Victoria Alves de Castro and Diallo Ngagne couldn’t come to Chile and present their work.

 

2007

Travel Award recipients with members of the ICA officials

Travel Award recipients with members of the ICA officials

Leandro Andrei Beser de DeusBrazilImages of the past: Colonial Guanabara Bay and European military cartography
Mariana Alesia CamposArgentinaThe use of cartographic material in High School: Diagnosis and consequences
Ahmet DogruTurkeyGIS applications on epidemiology with cartographic perspective in Turkey
Kristina GurjanovaiteLithuaniaCartographic analysis of general geographic elements in children’s mental maps
Henrik HargitaiHungaryLocalizing the gazetteer of planetary nomenclature
Dao HoaiVietnamAn approach to visualize big volumes of video
Alexander KentUnited KingdomAn analysis of stylistic diversity in European state 1:50 000 topographic maps
Lilla LukacsHungaryDatabase of Hungarian geographical names
Ana Paula MicouArgentinaFeasibility of installing sustainable urban drainage systems in already urbanized areas of the Calderdale District, West Yorkshire, England
Jean Pierre NghondaCameroonLa problematique de la cartographie comme discipline academique et support didactique au Cameroun
Gabriel Origel-GuitierrezMexicoDigital geosciences: E-journal of interactive on-line maps
Natalia PolyakovaUkraineSemantic structure of the typical thematic map contents in the geoinformational mapping
Teresa Saint PierreArgentinaThe importance of using contour lines in teaching
Malick Ould VallMauretaniaVers la mise à jour cartographique et création de bases de données numériques de la Mauritanie

 

2005

ICA Travel Awardees and members of the Executive Committee

ICA Travel Awardees and members of the Executive Committee

Elena CherepanovaRussiaGIS solar planetary system: case study of the ArcGIS planet
Cristiane da Silva RamosBrazilExpanding map access for Brazilian children: an open source template for publishing school atlases on the Web
Vadym KaydashUkraineNew elemental abundance maps integrating optical and geochemical data on the lunar surface
Georges Herbert ChekuimoCameroonIntegrating ecological tools with GIS: modelling animal dispersal
Sergio FioriBrazilTouristic maps: the challenge of using art in the digital era
Ulanbek TurdukulovKirgizistanVisualization of events in time-series of remote sensing data
Dragutin ProticYugoslaviaDevelopment of digital cartographic database for managing of the environment and natural resources in the republic of Serbia
Carla GimenezBrazil

 

2003

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Prem ChhetriIndiaMapping the potential of scenic views for the Grampians National park
Etien KouaCôte d’IvoireUsing self-organised maps for information visualization
Giedre BeconyteLithuaniaTwelve years of thematic cartography in Lithuania
Nnabugwu O UluochaNigeriaInterfacing indigenous knowledge and GIS for suitable rural mapping and development
Felicia I AkinyemiNigeriaMapping selected human development indicators in sub-saharan Africa
Henrik HargitaiHungaryPlanetary maps for public and educational outreach
Tatiana Delgado FernándezCubaService-centric approach to discover spatial information in GSDI
Rafael Cruz IglesiasCubaDevelopment of a platform for storage and handling of geographical information in the Internet

 

2001

Left to right: F Ormeling, F Olufunmilayo Akinyemi, Cecilia Oka, and B Rystedt.

Left to right: F Ormeling, F Olufunmilayo Akinyemi, Cecilia Oka, and B Rystedt.

Richard OlomoNigeriaThe impact of human factors on the retrieval of information presented with cultural symbols on Nigerian Topographic maps
Cecilia OkaBrazilThe production and use of tactile maps in Sao Paulo, Brazil. An overview and perspectives
Felicia AkinyemiNigeriaGeographic targeting for poverty alleviation in Nigeria: a GIS approach
Xuejuan SunChinaBalancing tourism and conservation in the Tianmu Shan biosphere reserve, China

 

1999

Left to right: A Mwanza, P Ogao, T Bandrova, R Darvishzadeh, M Wood, M Nyrtsov, Y Zhao, R Platina

Left to right: A Mwanza, P Ogao, T Bandrova, R Darvishzadeh, M Wood, M Nyrtsov, Y Zhao, R Platina

Temenujka BandrovaBulgaria3D cartographic modelling in city environment
Roshanak DarvishzadehIranSemiautomatic change detection for updating large scale spatial databases
Alick MwanzaZambiaGeographic targeting for poverty alleviation in Nigeria: a GIS approach
Maxim NyrtsovRussiaMathematical planetary cartography basis for nonspherical celestial bodies
Patrick OgaoKenyaVisualisation of urban growth using temporal cartographic animations
Romina PlastinaArgentinaChanges analysis of land uses in an area of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Dragan StojanovicYugoslaviaCartographic visualisation and animation of the dynamic geographic processes and phenomena
Yongping ZhaoChinaMetadata standard architecture based on digital earth

 

1997

Deng ZhaohuiChinaA Universal Dynamic Structure of Map Based on Vector Data
Guo JiankunChinaThe Interaction of Multimedia Maps
Andrea Flavia Tenorio-CarneiroBrazilThe Brazilian Cadastral System – Problems and Possible Solutions
Farshad HakimpourIranEvaluation of Logical Consistency in Spatial Relations
Charles Nqweniso PateniSouth AfricaThe role of cartography in a developing country like South Africa: a look at the need for the education of Black Professional and Technical Cartographers to drive the mapping process in South Africa in fulfilment of the objectives of the Reconstruction and Development Programme
Krishna Kanta TalukdarIndiaRemote Sensing – Based GIS Techniques for Urban Environment Mapping – A Time for Developing Countries to Act
Vincent MtaroniTanzaniaEducation and Training in Cartography

 

 

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