Win a Free 8-days Trip to San Diego
by Your GIS Skills
Esri Young Scholars Award (YSA) calls for full time undergraduate or postgraduate university students in Hong Kong aged between 18-30 years old to participate in this international award to demonstrate students’ distinctive ability in creating innovative GIS applications for a smarter Hong Kong to over 18,000 GIS professionals. Students will have a chance to win a FREE 8-days trip to San Diego, California, USA to attend the world’s largest GIS User Conference. They will get the chance to meet and network with Jack Dangermond, the founder and president of Esri and other Young Scholars Award winners from around the world. One-year free subscription of Esri ArcGIS for Personal Use will also be offered.
Take a look at last year’s award winning work of Hong Kong which focuses on an investigation of how traffic noise affects public health: “The Dirty of Loudness – Investigation on the traffic noise pollution to residents in Western District” and works of other young scholars around the world.
Esri Young Scholars Award is a sought-after gateway for young scholars to network with other GIS talents. Don’t miss this chance and submit your project before 6pm, 5 April 2018.