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June 24th, 2008
Topcon Awards OSU Graduate Students for Geodetic Work

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PR – Ohio
State University (OSU) doctoral students Shahram Moafipoor and Karla
Edwards were the recipients of the third annual Topcon Positioning
Systems Graduate Student Award. Each student received $2,000 and a
certificate.
The awards were established to recognize research
achievements of OSU Geodetic Science graduate students. Moafipoor and
Edwards were honored for their “exceptional achievements in graduate
research in the art and science of satellite navigation and geodetic
surveying.”

Dr. Dorota Brzezinska, associate professor, OSU
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Geodetic Science,
works with the faculty and Topcon with the selection process.

Dr. Brzezinska said of the students,  “Without
doubt, Shahram has already demonstrated his dedication and research
maturity, and considering his talents and commitment to research work,
I can only expect that he will only grow and expand his talents and
research interests.

“Based on Karla’s academic achievements and her
research work in the past years, I can say that she is a bright,
dedicated, and enthusiastic young researcher. Her record is already
strong, and indicates that she will grow further, and will surely
become one of the new-generation of leaders of modern geo-information
science.”

 

 

 



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