Jack Dangermond Best Paper Award 2020

The winners of Jack Dangermond Best Paper Award 2019 are  Levente Juhász, Tessio Novack,Hartwig H. Hochmair & Sen Qiao for their paper:

Cartographic Vandalism in the Era of Location-Based Games – The Case of OpenStreetMap and Pokémon GO.


New Members for ISPRS Financial Commission

In view of the continuing ISPRS term and due to other commitments, ISPRS farewells another two trusted officers.

Jon Mills, Chair of the Financial Commission, and Financial Commission member, Manos Baltsavias have stepped down. Both Jon and Manos have dedicated many years to ISPRS in various offices, for which Council, on behalf of the Society, gratefully thanks them and wishes them well for the future.

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Change in TC II Leadership

As a consequence of the continuing ISPRS term due to the ongoing pandemic, and for perfectly understandable reasons, Fabio Remondino and Takashi Fuse have decided to stand down from the Commission II leadership for the remainder of this period.

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The U. V. Helava Award – Best Paper 2020 announced

Congratulations go to Andrea Meranera, Patrick Ebelb, Xiao Xiang Zhub and Michael Schmitt for their paper Cloud removal in Sentinel-2 imagery using a deep residual neural network and SAR-optical data fusion which was chosen as the 2020 Best Paper for the new evaluation period.


ISPRS Services

ISPRS Calendar – Last Added Events

19-23 Jul 2021
ISPRS Joint Summer School on Smart City 2021
Beijing, China
29 Sep - 01 Oct 2021
DESIS User Workshop
virtual event, Germany
05-06 Oct 2021
International Conference Geospatial Asia‐Europe 2021
Marrakesh, Morocco
07-08 Feb 2022
Measurement, Visualisation and Processing in BIM for Design and Construction Management II.
Prague, Czech Republic

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ISPRS Job Opportunities – Last Added Jobs

Research Associate
Deadline: 25-May-2021

Scientific Developer / Research Associate (Digital Twins)
Deadline: 17-May-2021

Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Digital Twins)
Deadline: 17-May-2021

PhD position - Hyperspectral Remote Sensing


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