Listed below are the achievements of MANTIS Lab for the Spring 2018 semester.
ISABEL GARCIA AWARDED ASPRS SCHOLARSHIP
In January, at the ASPRS Annual Conference MANTIS’s very own, Isabel Garcia, CMSS PhD student, won the American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) 2019 Ta Liang Travel Scholarship ($2,000). Congratulations Isabel, you’ve made MANTIS proud!
CHUYEN NGUYEN DEFENDS DISSERTATION
On March 29th, Chuyen Nguyen became Dr. Chuyen Nguyen as she was award her PhD by her committee for her dissertation project titled “Development of Geodetic Imagining Techniques and Computational Approaches for Marsh Observation”. Congrats Chuyen!
MANTIS AT TEXAS CHAPTER ASBPA SYMPOSIUM
Christopher Reynolds and Kelsi Schwind of MANTIS lab attended and present at the Texas Chapter ASBPA Symposium. Kelsi Scwind gave an oral presentation on her PhD work and Chris presented a poster on his thesis project.
Christopher reynolds DEFENDS thesis
On May 2nd, Christopher Reynolds defended his thesis titled “Emerging Littoral Surveying Technologies for Coastal Resilience and Durability”. His work was supported by a Department of Defense scholarship, where he will begin work this summer. Congrats Chris and best wishes at the DoD!