Esri Young Scholars Award

Introducing the 2018 Esri Young Scholars Award winner

Adrian Darmawan, a student at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, has won the 2018 Esri Young Scholar award for an innovative project using drones to assess landslide risk.

As the recipient of the award, Adrian will be jetting off to the 2018 Esri User Conference in San Diego, California, with the prize including return flights, hotel accommodation, conference registration, airport transfers and a daily allowance.

In addition to receiving an all-access-pass to the world’s biggest spatial event, Adrian’s work will also be displayed alongside other international Young Scholars, and he will get the chance to meet Jack Dangermond – Esri founder and president. Upon his return, Adrian will receive a free ArcGIS for Personal Use licence.

Flying high: the 2018 Esri Young scholar
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Flying high: the 2018 Esri Young scholar

Adrian Darmawan, a Bachelor of Geospatial Science student at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, is the winner of the 2018 Esri Young Scholar award for his innovative project that uses drones to assess landslide risk.

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Thanks to our judges for their time and effort for this year’s competition.

Judging panel

Brett Bundock

Brett Bundock

Managing Director, Esri Australia

Darren Lewis

Darren Lewis

Strategic Marketing Director, Institute for Economics and Peace

Daniel Bishton

Daniel Bishton

Author at Spatial Source

Alan Pearse

Alan Pearse

2017 Esri Australia Young Scholars Award winner

Iurii Shendryk

Yuri Shendryk

2016 Esri Australia Young Scholars Award winner