When we have more information about the prizes and awards for this years' sumbitted papers, you will be informed.

Three different prizes are announced for the FIG Working Week 2020:


The Local Organizing Committee of the FIG Working Week 2020 invites you to submit in particular a paper covering one or more of the sub-themes of the Working Week.  For each sub-theme, the author of the best paper is awarded a typical Dutch prize.



NavXperience and FIG would like to announce that the best peer review paper in the field of Positioning and Measurement (FIG Commission 5) will be chosen for the NavXperience award. The award winner will receive a complimentary registration for the next FIG Working Week in Accra, Ghana.



The Survey Review Biennial Prize is sponsored by Survey Review, a learned journal covering the fields of positioning and measurement, engineering survey, cadastre and land management, and spatial information management.

The prize will be awarded to a Peer Review Paper written by a Young Surveyor (under the age of 35 or within 10 years of qualifying). In the registration form you can tick a box indicating that you want your paper to be taken into consideration for the Prize. Survey Review Ltd will fund the prize of £2,000 to cover travel, accommodation and registration for the Working Week. Payment will be made to the individual once the paper has been presented, with a Trustee of Survey Review presenting a certificate to the individual during the Working Week. If the paper is jointly authored and presented, the prize value remains £2,000 and can be paid to one of the individuals, or shared between them at their choice.

For more information on Survey Review see:


Call for Papers
Abstract Submission
Guide for Presenters
Important dates
Call for Papers PDF.