ISPRS Announcements

The Jack Dangermond Award Best Paper 2021 and the Jack Dangermond Award 2020-2021.

Together with the sponsors, MDPI and ESRI, and due to the postponement of Congress, ISPRS Council also decided to award the Jack Dangermond for the best paper in the period 2020-2021.

The best paper 2021 has also been selected by the award committee for the Jack Dangermond Award 2020-2021:

“Analysis of OpenStreetMap Data Quality at Different Stages of a Participatory Mapping Process: Evidence from Slums in Africa and Asia” by 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, Mo-hamed 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.

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



Nice 2020
XXIVth ISPRS Congress:

June 6-11, 2022

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