In recognition of the long-standing contribution of ASD co-founder to the field of remote sensing, the annual Goetz Instrument Support Program was established to further encourage a creative research environment within the Remote Sensing and Field Spectroscopy world-wide community. The intent is to provide a simple mechanism for supporting small research efforts which can quickly establish concept viability, or rule out further consideration, by providing temporary use of a field spectroradiometer, which might otherwise be difficult to obtain.
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Former Goetz Instrument Support Program participant Ulyana N. Horodyskyj, Ph.D. Research Associate, National Snow and Ice Data Center, provides us with this recap from her recent trip to Alaska where she worked with the Girls on Ice program.
Are you a Master's or Ph.D. student planning to complete research that would benefit from the use of an ASD FieldSpec 4, HandHeld 2 or a QualitySpec Trek spectrometer? Hurry and submit your proposal. The deadline for Goetz Program submissions is October 15.
Students with the most groundbreaking research proposals will receive a
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PANalytical Boulder is pleased to announce the Alexander Goetz Instrument Support Program award recipients for 2014. This is the eighth year of the program.