ASD Inc. Announces Recipients for 2010 Alexander Goetz Instrument Support Program

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Now in its fourth year, the Instrument Support Program offers temporary use of ASD field instruments (FieldSpec® 3 and FieldSpec® HandHeld) to a maximum of ten recipients each year. The program provides field instrumentation for students in graduate-level research programs affiliated with an accredited University in the US or any country which accepts Carnet shipping documentation.

We are very excited to have one of our past winners presenting at the upcoming Art, Science, and Applications of Reflectance Spectroscopy Symposium in February.

ASD Inc. is proud to announce the recipients for the Alexander Goetz Instrument Support Program for the 2010 calendar year. The annual program encourages novel, unconventional and/or fundamental research. The Goetz Program is co-sponsored by ASD Inc. and the Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS), a member organization of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE).

Four very worthy project proposals were chosen from those submitted. The recipients are Sabrina Carvalho, Ph.D. candidate, International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC), Netherlands; Jack Gibbons, Masters candidate, Colorado School of Mines, United States; Kimberly Casey, Ph.D. candidate, University of Oslo, Dept. of Geosciences, Norway; Indrie Miller, Ph.D. candidate, University of New South Wales, Australia.

Now in its fourth year, the Instrument Support Program offers temporary use of ASD field instruments (FieldSpec® 3 and FieldSpec® HandHeld) to a maximum of ten recipients each year. The program provides field instrumentation for students in graduate-level research programs affiliated with an accredited University in the US or any country which accepts Carnet shipping documentation. Additionally, recipients are eligible to receive up to $500 (US) toward publication charges for resulting findings if accepted for publication in a recognized journal, and/or toward reimbursement of travel and production charges for presentations accepted at an approved scientific conference.

“For the past 20 years ASD has been a leading provider of high-performance analytical instrumentation solutions used in the field and labs around the world. The Goetz Program allows us to support graduate students to do research with up-to-date equipment as part of their degree programs,” said Dr. Alexander Goetz, co-founder and Chief Scientist of ASD. “As in prior years, the range of research topics of this year’s recipients is a testament to the broad application of our instruments. We are very excited to have one of our past winners presenting at the upcoming Art, Science, and Applications of Reflectance Spectroscopy Symposium in February.”

About ASD
ASD Inc. is unsurpassed in solving some of the world’s most challenging materials measurement problems. We collaborate with industrial professionals, analytical researchers, and remote sensing scientists to provide the most reliable, high performance analytical instrumentation solutions for real-world applications. Established in 1990 and based in Boulder, Colorado, USA, ASD Inc. has customers world-wide.

For more information, please contact Amanda Griffin, Marketing Communications Manager, ASD Inc., 2555 55th Street, Suite 100, Boulder, CO, 80301; 303/444-6522, 303/444-6825 (fax); http://www.asdi.com.

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