Help TIF prepare for the Nice Congress!
Grants from The ISPRS Foundation (TIF) benefit the international community by enabling improved education, training and tools to be shared with the less privileged, especially those in emerging markets and regions. Attending an ISPRS meeting has time and time again proved to be a valuable experience for the recipients, as can be read in the reports that are regularly published in this eBulletin.
For the ISPRS Congress, in less than 10 months’ time, TIF is hoping to support a large contingent of students from developing countries to attend, and welcomes donations from individuals and companies. Please consider giving generously to the activities of the ISPRS Foundation: https://www.isprs.org/foundation/donations/default.aspx.
Michael Gruber becomes TIF Trustee
TIF is pleased to report that we have a new trustee, Dr. Michael Gruber, Chief Photogrammetry Scientist, Vexcel Imaging Austria GmbH, Graz, Austria. Michael’s term began on 6 May 2019. He is well known throughout the mapping world for his many presentations on behalf of the Vexcel UltraCam series of airborne sensors.
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The ISPRS Foundation Travel Grants to participate in LAGIRS 2020 - the Latin America GRSS and ISPRS Remote Sensing Conference, March 22-27, 2020, Santiago de Chile
The ISPRS Foundation provides travel grants to enable young authors, distinguished speakers, and officially designated Delegates, especially from developing countries, to participate in ISPRS sponsored events and in forums promoting international cooperation, advancements and benefits of the P&RS&SI sciences. Click here to complete your travel grant application online.
Deadline for applications is December 1, 2019.
Information on LAGIRS 2020 can be found here https://2020.lagirs.org/en/default.asp
GSW 2019 Travel Grants
The ISPRS Foundation was able to support 26 young researchers to attend the Geospatial Week 2019, held in Enschede in June.
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