ISPRS welcomes Prof. Dr. Sandra Maria Fonseca da Costa to the Board of Trustees of The ISPRS Foundation
ISPRS is pleased to announce that Prof. Dr. Sandra Maria Fonseca da Costa, adjunct professor at the University of Vale do Paraíba (UNIVAP) in São José dos Campos, Brazil, has joined the Board of Trustees of The ISPRS Foundation. The eleven members of the Board manage the fundraising activities and disbursement of funds to deserving individuals to further the scientific and technological work of ISPRS. Prof. Fonseca da Costa will have a three-year term as a Trustee, renewable for up to two further terms. She earned a BS in geography from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1985), a MS in remote sensing from the National Institute for Space Research (INPE, also in São José dos Campos) (1989), and a PhD in spatial information from University of São Paulo (1996), with a sandwich internship at the University of New South Wales (1995). After a postdoctoral year at Indiana University (2007-2008), she specialized in urban and regional planning, working mainly in the areas of urban space, urban planning, geotechnologies, environmental degradation and urban growth. For more than 10 years, she has been focused on the study of small towns in the Amazon delta. She was vice-rector of UNIVAP during the period 2012-19.
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The ISPRS Foundation Travel Grants for the postponed ISPRS Congress 2020
- All travel grants, including the associated registration fee waivers, offered for the 2020 ISPRS Congress will be cancelled.
- There will be a new opportunity to apply for a travel grant based on papers prepared for presentation at Nice during the 2021 Congress from 4-10 July 2021. Submission date will be announced later.
- Authors who have been awarded travel grants and would like to have their accepted papers included in a 2020 edition of Congress proceedings, will not be charged the publication fee of 100 euros.
TIF Travel Grants Reports
Reports from recipients of TIF grants to attend the CIPA Symposium 2019 can be read here:
CIPA symposium 2019
by Karel Pavelka
CIPA symposium 2019
by Rafaela Simonato Citron
The ISPRS Foundation Brochure
The greatest reward for donating to TIF is the warm feeling one receives by helping advance the sciences and technologies from which one has benefited in their career. The financial assistance provided by The ISPRS Foundation (TIF) makes an important contribution by enabling grant recipients to better develop their expertise in the photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial information sciences.
The vast majority of grants are provided to individuals and organizations in developing and reform countries. These include grants that support education and applications for emerging markets in many regions of the world as well as providing travel assistance for young scientists to attend ISPRS events.
The ISPRS Foundation have published a revised brochure, offering information on the organisation, which we ask you to distribute to interested parties.
Please see the brochure here.
The ISPRS Foundation Travel Grants to participate in ISPRS Congress 2020, June 14-20, 2020, Nice, France
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 February 7, 2020.
Information on ISPRS Congress 2020 can be found here http://www.isprs2020-nice.com