[OSGeo-Discuss] Nomination for Tuong Thuy VU
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Fri Jul 12 00:33:22 PDT 2013
I would like to second this nomination.
Thuy is also actively contributing to our education efforts. He established and lead the first Open Source Geospatial Lab in Malaysia at UNMC and is now supporting colleagues in other universities in Malaysia and across Asia in establishing Open Source Geospatial labs in their universities.
From: discuss-bounces at lists.osgeo.org [discuss-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Venkatesh Raghavan [raghavan at media.osaka-cu.ac.jp]
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Subject: [OSGeo-Discuss] Nomination for Tuong Thuy VU
My pleasure to nominate Tuong Thuy VU as OSGeo Charter Member
Name: Tuong Thuy VU
Contact email: Tuongthuy.Vu AT nottingham.edu.my
Tuong Thuy VU has been leading FOSS4G and OSGeo activities in
Malaysia. He is one of the the main organizer of FOSS4G events
in Malaysia and is also a key person in strengthening network in
Vietnam and Southeast Asia . He is a very active user, trainer
and promoter OSGeo Source and Open Data at several forums
and also in his teaching and research projects .
You can know a bit more about Tuong Thuy VU at
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