Two prizes are announced for FIG Congress 2022:

The Survey Review Biennial Prize 2022

Adamu Bala
(Nigeria), Saied Pirasteh (China, PR), Yahaya Abbas Aliyu, AbdulAzeez Aliyu, Swafiyudeen Bawa and Ibrahim Abdulwahab (Nigeria):
Mapping and Suitability Analysis of Existing Electoral Polling Units in Katsina Local Government Area of Katsina State, Nigeria (11312)
[abstract] [paper] [handouts] [video]
This is a peer reviewed paper.

The Survey Review Biennial Prize is sponsored by Survey Review, a learned journal covering the fields of positioning and measurement, engineering survey, cadastre and land management, and spatial information management.

The Survey Review prize will, again this year, be offered to the author and presenter of an outstanding selected peer-review paper. Papers submitted by young surveyors will be prioritized. (under the age of 35 or within 10 years of qualifying). In the abstract submission form you can tick a box indicating that you want your paper to be taken into consideration for the Prize.

The paper will be clearly marked in the proceedings as the Survey Review prize paper and will be presented onsite in a suitably high profile session. Survey Review Ltd will fund the prize of € 2,000. Payment will be made to the individual once the paper has been presented. If the paper is jointly authored and presented, the prize value remains € 2,000 and can be paid to one of the individuals, or shared between them at their choice.

The abstract of the paper will be in included in the FIG proceedings, but the full text of the paper will appear on the SR publisher's website, to which the FIG proceedings will link. There will be permanent free access to the paper on the Survey Review publisher’s website. FIG will also use the paper as a FIG Article of the Month in the FIG newsletter.

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navXperience Award

Ola Øvstedal
, Johan Tobias Arnell, Isak Foss Ingebrigtsen, Simen Walbækken Tangen and Bjørn-Eirik Roald (Norway):
A Comparison of Survey-Grade GNSS Receivers by Means of Observation and Coordinate Domain Approaches; Traditional Vs Low-Budget (11320)
[abstract] [paper] [handouts] [video]
This is a peer reviewed paper.

NavXperience and FIG would like to announce that the best peer review paper in the field of Positioning and Measurement (FIG Commission 5) will be chosen for the NavXperience award. The award winner will receive an award of € 600. The condition is that the author/presenter will attend the Congress in presence.

Journals of the association of Polish Surveyors

Selected (conference) papers will be invited after the Congress to be published in local journals of Association of Polish Surveyors (Geodesic Review  and Archives of Photogrammetry, Cartography and Remote Sensing) in translation in Polish supported by journals editorial office or in English in an extended version for the review process. The publication will be free of charge.

FIG Proceedings

All papers will be published in the FIG Proceedings with ISBN and ISSN numbers.

Peer review papers will also be published in the special FIG Peer Review Journal.



Call for Papers
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