In October 2016, CIPA organised a design competition to come up with a new, more up-to-date logo for our organisation. Despite the wide variety of designs send in by the many participants, no logo fully met all the expectations of the CIPA Executive Board. However, CIPA felt that three entries stood out and therefore rewarded their creators with a free registration for the CIPA 2017 Symposium (see this news item).
The CIPA-HD Executive Committee wishes to promote and sustain young researchers by offering a privileged place to show their research efforts and results.
If you are younger than 35 at 15th January 2018, and author of a Master or PhD thesis, concerning (totally or partially) the theme of cultural heritage documentation approved in the period 1st October 2016 – 31st October 2017, you can participate in this celebration and win an award. You can send us a summary paper of 8 pages in English including an abstract, methodology, main theme and results. The paper should follow the ISPRS format. The full version of your thesis is also required.