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Jack Dangermond Best Paper Award 2021

The Jack Dangermond Award, sponsored by MDPI and esri is a prestigious ISPRS Award, which was established in 2017 to encourage and stimulate submission of high quality scientific papers by individual authors or groups to the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, to promote and advertise the Journal, and to honour the outstanding contributions of Jack Dangermond research and world promotion in geospatial science.

The Award is presented to authors of the best paper, published in the ISPRS Journal during the four-year period. The Award consists of a monetary grant of SFr. 10,000 and a certificate. For each year of the four-year evaluation period, the best paper is selected, and among these four papers, the one to receive the Jack Dangermond Award is selected.

The Jury appointed by the ISPRS Council evaluated papers from volume 10 (2021, No 1 - 12) and announces its decision for the Best Paper. The winner of the 2021 Best Paper Award is:

Yeboah G, Porto de Albuquerque J, Troilo R, Tregonning G, Perera S, Ahmed SAKS, Ajisola M, Alam O, Aujla N, Azam SI, Azeem K, Bakibinga P, Chen Y-F, Choudhury NN, Diggle PJ, Fayehun O, Gill P, Griffiths F, Harris B, Iqbal R, Kabaria C, Ziraba AK, Khan AZ, Kibe P, Kisia L, Kyobutungi C, Lilford RJ, Madan JJ, Mbaya N, Mberu B, Mohamed SF, Muir H, Nazish A, Njeri A, Odubanjo O, Omigbodun A, Osuh ME, Owoaje E, Oyebode O, Pitidis V, Rahman O, Rizvi N, Sartori J, Smith S, Taiwo OJ, Ulbrich P, Uthman OA, Watson SI, Wilson R, Yusuf R.
for their paper:
Analysis of OpenStreetMap Data Quality at Different Stages of a Participatory Mapping Process: Evidence from Slums in Africa and Asia.

ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information. 2021; 10(4):265.



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