The ISPRS Foundation (TIF) Travel Grants for XXIV ISPRS Congress 6-11 June 2022

Online applications for grants to attend the ISPRS Congress open on 15 December 2021, at

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Professor Friedrich Ackermann † 4 December 2021

ISPRS mourns the loss of Honorary Member, Friedrich Ackermann, who passed away at the age of 92 in Stuttgart, Germany. As many in the ISPRS community know, Ackermann was the recipient of the Otto von Gruber Award (1964) and the Brock Gold Medal (1976). He was also President of ISPRS Commission III (1972-76) and Programme Director of the Congress in Hamburg (1980).

An obituary by Dieter Fritsch and Uwe Sörgel you will find here »


Changes in Technical Commission IV

Regretfully, Prof Dr Suzana Dragicevic is unable to continue in her role as a Vice President of TC IV until the ISPRS Congress in Nice, 2022.

It is our pleasure to announce that Dr George Sithole, of Cape Town, South Africa, will continue as Vice President of the commission and Dr Jack Barton, Sydney, Australia, will be the new Commission Secretary. We welcome the new Commission Officers and look forward to working with them.

On behalf of the ISPRS community, we thank Prof. Dragicevic for her long service to ISPRS who has served as Vice-President since 2012.  We look forward to seeing her at the ISPRS Congress next year, and hope to continue collaborations in the future.

Sisi Zlatanova
TC IV President


The ISPRS Foundation (TIF) Travel Grants for XXIV ISPRS Congress 6-11 June 2022

TIF travel grants will be offered to enable deserving young authors,  and officially designated Delegates, especially from developing countries, to participate in the XXIV ISPRS Congress.  Three sources of funds are available:  TIF Funds derived from donations, funds available from the French IRD Research Institute for Development (Institut de Recherche pour le Développement), and those provided by the AGSI North Africa 2022 Award.  Grants will be awarded according to the conditions of each of the awards, but it is unlikely that adequate funds will be available to fully fund requests from applicants.  Therefore, it is recommended that applicants also seek top-up funds from elsewhere.

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Bids and Nominations for the ISPRS Period 2022 - 2026

Council welcomes new bids from Ordinary Members, or confirmation of existing ones:

  • to host the 2026 ISPRS Congress
  • to host Technical Commissions in the 2022-2026 term
  • nominations for Council Officer positions for the 2022-2026 term

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Additional Awards offered for 2022

In addition to the awards presented for 2020, some of which were already handed over digitally this summer, ISPRS is pleased to announce a few additional awards. We are very thankful to all donors who have agreed to this additional offer, during this very special time. Details can be found in the Additional Awards offered for 2022 brochure. Please send in your nominations by the deadline at the latest (1st February 2022 for most awards). 

Make a nomination for an Award 2022 here

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Nice 2022
XXIVth ISPRS Congress:

June 6-11, 2022
deadline for paper submission:
17 January 2022


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5-6 Oct 2021
on-line, Casablanca, Morocco

The 6th International Conference on Smart City Applications

27-29 Oct 2021
Virtual Safranbolu, Turkey

Philippine Geomatics Symposium 2021

17-19 Nov 2021
virtual meeting, Philippines

16th 3D GeoInfo Conference 2021

11-14 Oct 2021
New York City, USA

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16th 3D GeoInfo Conference 2021

11-14 Oct 2021
New York City, USA

6th International Conference on Smart Data and Smart Cities

15-17 Sep 2021
Stuttgart, Germany

28th CIPA Symposium “Great Learning & Digital Emotion”

28 Aug - 1 Sep 2021
Beijing, China

XXIV ISPRS Congress, 2021 edition,Commission V and Youth Forum

5-9 Jul 2021
Nice, France

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