Tuesday, 23 March 2021 10:49am
Senior Lecturer Dr Robert Odolinski has just been awarded the Institute of Navigation (ION) Early Achievement Award for 2020, which is to recognize continuing contributions to the art and science of navigation by an early career researcher. Robert's work on low-cost precise positioning for diverse applications is changing the way we think about and use global navigation satellite systems. The award will be made in a global awards event in late January 2021. Congratulations Robert!
Thursday, 14 January 2021 9:55am
A School of Surveying Te Kura Kairūri academic has been instrumental in supporting Nepalese surveyors to measure Mount Everest for the first time.
Tuesday, 15 December 2020 12:02pm
After three years in Dunedin, Peter Latu is the sole 2020 graduate of the School of Surveying’s BSurv(Hons) programme.
Wednesday, 9 December 2020 9:51am
A new accurate height of Mount Everest has been announced to the world and a University of Otago academic has been instrumental in supporting the Nepalese surveyors achieve that ambition.
Wednesday, 14 October 2020 11:17am
Professor Christina Hulbe's services to glaciology have been recognised by the International Glaciological Society in awarding her the 2020 Richardson Medal.
Monday, 21 September 2020 12:00pm
Recently Richard Hemi was asked by Hokotehi Moriori Trust to be involved with a collaborative digital recording and conservation project.
Tuesday, 8 September 2020 3:08pm
NAMRIA continues to make headway in its initiative to modernize the Philippine Geodetic Reference System (PGRS) with the development of a prototype deformation model for the whole country.
Monday, 13 July 2020 9:24am
International surveying technology company Trimble has generously donated five robotic total stations to the University of Otago School of Surveying Te Kura Kairūri.
Tuesday, 30 June 2020 2:37pm
New measurements from the ocean under the centre of the Ross Ice Shelf have significantly improved our understanding of the complex processes that drive melting in Antarctica.
Tuesday, 16 June 2020 11:49pm
James Berghan (Te Rarawa, Te Aupōuri), is Otago’s first Māori academic staff member in the School of Surveying. He chatted with Sciences Communications Adviser Guy Frederick about his journey and his goals.