About the GME Club

The Fresno State Geomatics Engineering Club is a place where like minded Geomatics students can motivate one another through study groups, networking, and collaborating on various assignments and projects.  Nearly every Geomatics Engineering student at Fresno State will (having engaged in networking and internships with professionals) have a job waiting for them upon graduation.  In addition, just about every Geomatics Engineering Student is a member of the Student Association of Geomatics Engineers (SAGE).
  • Free Printing for Assignments

  • Networking with Other Experienced Students within the Program

  • Build Relationships with Peers

  • Elicits Motivation and Collaboration

  • Access to Beneficial Study Groups and Resources


Ben Erickson surveying utility lines in
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming


Ryan Jackson using an S6 Total Station to obtain powerline insulator
elevations during his summer 2014 internship with PG&E.


Ben Erickson taking a break
while surveying in Wyoming


Luz Garcia takes a reading along the
central coast of California while working for Penfield and Smith


Students went on a field trip to the Humboldt Initial Point
From left: Ben Erickson, Jeff Clay, Peter Binz,
Matt Runyon, Beau Immel, and Marco Castaneda


Touko Vue surveying in Oakland


Marco Castaneda staking the right-of-way in San Joaquin County

About the Geomatics Engineering Program

Geomatics engineers manage the global spatial infrastructure. This effort includes real property boundary determination, digital mapping, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Global Positioning Systems (GPS), remote sensing, photogrammetric mapping, applications programming, project management, and construction layout activities.

Meet the Professors

Riadh Munjy

Ph.D., P.E. Chair
Civil & Geomatics Program Coordinator

Office: EE178B



Mike Mustafa Berber

Ph.D., P.Eng.
Assistant Professor Geomatics Engineering

Office: EE176



Scott Peterson

Assistant Professor Geomatics Engineering

Office: EE292



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