Previous recipients

The Sangster Award - CNC/CODATA Student Award

About the Sangster Award

The 2016 recipient

Mr. Lee Wilson, Library and Information Studies,
Dalhousie University (Halifax, Canada)

The recipient for the Sangster Award 2016 is Mr. Lee Wilson, Library and Information Studies, Dalhousie University (Halifax, Canada). Mr. Wilson will present his paper entitled "Towards a unified vision for ocean data management in Canada: Results of an expert forum" at SciDataCon 2016, Advancing the frontiers of data in research, 11-13 September 2016, Denver CO USA.

Lee Wilson

Lee Wilson

The 2014 recipient

The Sangster Award was not awarded in 2014.

SciDataCon 2014 - International Conference on Data Sharing and Integration for Global Sustainability, 2-4 November 2014, New Delhi, India.

The 2012 recipient

Dr. Daniel Ricard, Faculty of Biology,
Dalhousie University (Halifax, Canada)

Dr. Ricard presented his paper entitled "Examining the knowledge base and status of commercially exploited marine species with the RAM Legacy Stock Assessment Database" at the 23rd International CODATA Conference, Open Data and Information for a Changing Planet, 28-31 October 2012, Taipei.

Daniel Ricard

Daniel Ricard

The 2008 recipient

Mme Sabrina Fortin, Ph.D. candidate, Faculty of Law,
Université de Montréal (Montréal, Canada).

Mme Fortin presented her paper entitled "Normative Models to Manage Collective Research Resources - From Commons to Contracts: the Case of Human Populational Databases" at the 21st International CODATA Conference, Scientific Information for Society - from Today to the Future, 6-8 October 2008, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Sabrina Fortin

The 2006 recipient

Mr. Bo-Yong Liang, Ph.D. candidate, Computer Science, School of Computer Science
Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada).

Mr. Liang presented his paper entitled "Compressing Data Cube in Parallel OLAP Systems" at the 20th International CODATA Conference, Scientific Data and Knowledge within the Information Society, 23-25 October 2006, Beijing, China.

Bo-Yong Liang

The 2004 recipient

Mr. Jau-Hsiung Wang, Ph.D. candidate, Geomatics Engineering,
Department of Geomatics Engineering, University of Calgary (Calgary, Alberta, Canada).

Mr. Wang presented his paper entitled "Fuzzy Logic Expert Rule-based Multi-Sensor Data Fusion for Land Vehicle Attitude Estimation" at the 19th International CODATA Conference, The Information Society: New Horizons for Science, November 7-10, 2004, Berlin, Germany.

Jau-Hsiung Wang