The ISPRS Student Consortium Awards
The ISPRS Student Consortium Excellence Award
The ISPRS Student Consortium Excellence Award commends students and young researchers for publishing outstanding papers in any ISPRS publication, such as journals, Annals, and Archives.
- The applicant must be the first author of the published paper.
- At the time of submission of the paper, the applicant must either be:
- Currently enrolled in a graduate or postgraduate degree program (Master’s or Doctoral degree); proof of enrollment from the university must be submitted for verification.
- Completed the degree not more than 6 months prior to the submission of the paper; a certificate of graduation from the university must be submitted for verification.
Science Committees of ISPRS events, editors of ISPRS journals, and Student Consortium members may recommend papers for the ISPRS Student Consortium Best Paper Award. Nominations are to be sent to the Student Consortium President, by 1 February of the following year.
Each year, nominated papers will be evaluated by a jury comprised of the ISPRS Student Consortium President, two further representatives of ISPRS Student Consortium Board, one representative of the ISPRS Student Consortium Advisory Committee, and one member appointed by The ISPRS Foundation. Based on the criteria decided by the jury, the paper receiving the highest overall ranking will be short-listed for the award.
For each short-listed paper, a certificate will be presented to the winner at the next major ISPRS event. From the four selected winners of the four years preceding Congress, the jury selects one to be awarded the ISPRS Student Consortium Excellence Award for the past Congress period, receiving a certificate and a prize to the amount of US $1,000, which is presented by representatives of the ISPRS Student Consortium Board and The ISPRS Foundation at Congress.
ISPRS Student Consortium Service Award
The ISPRS Student Consortium Service Award recognizes an individual who has rendered exceptional contributions to the Consortium during an ISPRS Congress term.
Individuals who have actively contributed to the Consortium for at least two years. There is no age limit for the award.
Nominations and Selection
The ISPRS Student Consortium members and the ISPRS Student Consortium Advisory Committee
nominate individuals. The nominations are evaluated by the ISPRS Council.
The Service Award is comprised of a certificate and a prize to the amount of US $1,000, and will be presented by the ISPRS Council at the ISPRS Congress.