EDC Esri Development Center at Purdue University
EDC Student of the Year
The EDC Student of the Year is an annual award open to all Purdue students, sponsored by Purdue Libraries Learning Council. The winner will be recognized as Student of the Year for outstanding achievements in development of innovative tools, applications or techniques using ArcGIS platform. Each year the winner will be awarded with a plaque, cash prize (currently $500) and one Esri Developer Summit registration.
Undergraduate and graduate students at Purdue University in any discipline are eligible for the award. Student must be enrolled in at least one Purdue credit course in the current academic year.
The work submitted will be reviewed by an award committee with faculty, professional staff and/or graduate students from related departments and centers on campus. It will be judged on its content, technology and usability. Esri technology is required. Eligible work includes
2. mobile app using AppStudio for ArcGIS;
3. mobile or desktop applications using ArcGIS Runtime SDKs
4. automate geoprocessing using ArcPy or ArcGIS API for Python
5. ArcGIS R tools using R-ArcGIS bridge
6. extend ArcGIS Pro with Pro SDK for .NET
For eligibility of other development work using ArcGIS platform, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission and Important Dates
1. zip files of final work product (tools, code, program, materials, media, etc)
2. 1-2 page of description with data source, technology used, outcome or significance of your work
Submit your abstract at https://purdue.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5tfQcePzD0c4Kxv by Oct 22, 2018. Students should be prepared to present their work to the award selection committee or answer questions as needed to facilitate the selection process. Winners will be announced on Purdue GIS Day Conference on Nov 1, 2018.
Purdue EDC Winners
2017: Nikhil Sangwen, phd student in civil engineering, validation of floodmaps at county resolution for the entire U.S.
Libraries' GIS Services
GIS Service at the Purdue University Libraries provides support for spatial research and training across disciplines. For learning opportunities, data sources, tools, and recent events, please visit Libraries' GIS page.
GIS tools and software
When submitting projects to this contest, Purdue University does not ask for the transfer of any copyrights or other intellectual property rights. Participants retain all rights to their work. The use of ESRI/ArcGIS platform/software does not constitute an express or implied endorsement of the product by Purdue University.