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Abstract Submisson

Prospective authors should submit either Full Papers OR Abstracts.

Authors may submit an extended abstract of about 1000 words. Submissions should be formatted in accordance with the ISPRS guidelines. Abstracts should be submitted via our online abstract submission system.


During the submission process of a contribution you have to complete a form by filling in the following information:

  1. Author(s) and organization(s) 
  2. Title of contribution
  3. Abstract
  4. Five keywords for your contribution
  5. Selected topics from the topic list that best suit your submission


>>Abstract Submission<< 


Please prepare your submissions, including abstract and paper, before the deadline. For deadlines please visit : [ Important Dates ]. For any question, please contact conference secretary.

With the submission of a abstracts the authors oblige themselves to participate at the conference and present their paper in the case it is accepted.


Review process

All abstract will undergo a review process by the committees. For date of notification of acceptance please visit : [ Important Dates ].


Authors are invited to submit a final paper (maximum 8 pages) after submission of abstract. An invitation for uploading will be received after deadline of abstract submission. The decision on the type of presentation will be made based on the suitability of the contribution. Final papers will be published in the conference proceeding and the ISPRS Annals. At least one author of each paper has to be registered and paid before the deadline to warrant publication of the paper.


Templates for Full Papers

ISPRS guidelines as pdf 

ISPSR template for Microsoft Word



  1. Curricula development at basic, professional and decision-making levels for Geodesy, Surveying, and Geospatial Information Science;
  2. Cost-effective digital class teaching/ training approaches and web-based sharing of resources for mass awareness programs;
  3. Regional/ International cooperation in capacity building, geodetic science and geospatial intelligence technology;
  4. Engaging tutors/ trainers and preparing educational material and support, including open-source software education;
  5. Young people on basic and advances in Geodesy, Photogrammetry, RS & Geoinformation Sciences through students’ consortium;
  6. Innovative geospatial technologies for infrastructure planning and assets mapping;
  7. Organizing regional and international summer schools, seminars, workshops and tutorials, and cooperation with government and industry.
  8. Selected topics from the topic list that best suit your submission
  9. Five keywords for your contribution


Track One – Curricula Development

  • Framework for multi‐level education & training – curriculum development
  • Coordination and adaptation with use and investigation of emerging techniques and methodology, such as AI, CNN, SfM, etc.
  • Development of International collaborative education Programs
  • Development of regional collaboration towards Urban Science, Environmental and Geospatial Technology
  • Development of web-based sharing resource and portal for education and research – MOOC subjects 

Track Two – Promotion of Profession

  • Promotion of the profession to young people
  • Distance learning – post-COVID-19 education and training services
  • Online practicum and lab to meet the accreditation demands of the profession(s)
  • Innovative technologies in training civil engineers and architects, city planners, urban environmental (geo-)scientist, computer scientists and geo AI engineers
  • Promotion of open-source toolkits and materials on Geomatics Technology