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Rules for IAG Young Authors' Award and IAG Travel Award

The rules for the IAG Young Authors award and for the IAG Travel award for yound scientists are given below. Rules for the IAG Best Publication Award Purpose: To draw attention to important contributions by young scientists in the Journal of Geodesy and to foster excellence in scientific writing. Eligibility: The applicant must be 35 years of age or younger when submitting the paper for publication. The paper must present the applicant\'s(...)

IAG Fund

The IAG Fund aims at supporting specific IAG activities. Its primary goals are: to provide travel support for young scientists to attend IAG Symposia and workshops, to assist in the organisation of IAG workshops in developing countries, and to provide an annual IAG Best Publication Award for young scientists. The fund was established by the IAG Executive Committee at its meeting in Columbus, Ohio, 1992, see Bulletin Geodesique, Vol. (...)

Levallois Medal

The Levallois Medal was established by the International Association of Geodesy in 1979 to honour Jean-Jacques Levallois, and to recognize his outstanding contribution to the I.A.G., particularly his long service as Secretary General, 1960-1975. The award of the Medal will be made in recognition of distinguished service to the Association, and/or to the science of geodesy in general. The Medal is normally awarded at four year intervals, on the occassion of the General(...)

Guy Bomford Prize

Rules For The Award Of The Guy Bomford Prize Purpose: the Guy Bomford Prize is awarded by the International Association of Geodesy for outstanding contribution to Geodesy. It was established by the British National Committee for Geodesy and Geophysics to mark the contributions to geodesy of Brigadier G. Bomford, formerly of the University of Oxford and a Past President of the International Association of Geodesy. It has been inaugurated by the I.A.G. in 1975.(...)

IAG Best Paper Award for young Scientists

Purpose To draw attention to important contributions by yound scientists in the Journal of Geodesy and to foster excellence in scientific writing. Eligibility: The applicant must be 35 years of age or younger when submitting the paper for the competition. The paper must present his or her own research, and must have been published in the Journal of Geodesy in the previous calendar year. Although multiple author papers will be considered, single autho(...)