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Call for Abstracts

Abstract submissions are limited to 200 words. We are looking for bold and creative presentations to facilitate meaningful conversations and teaching moments.

Suggested Topics:

  • Business of Surveying in Engineering Projects 
  • Digital Twins  
  • Emerging Technologies in Engineering and Surveying Projects 
  • Ethics & Legal Issues  
  • Examination, Licensure, and Legislation
  • Future Datums & Geodetic Control  
  • Geospatial Technologies for Smart Cities 
  • Hydrographic Surveying 
  • Incorporating Surveying into the Civil Engineering Education 
  • Innovation and Sustainable Infrastructure 
  • Integrating GIS into Engineering Practice 
  • Integrity of Subsurface Utility Information 
  • Intersection of Engineering and Surveying 
  • Low Distortion Map Projections
  • Professional Development for the Surveyor/Engineer 
  • Survey of Fixed Objects of Earth 
  • Surveying and Engineering Applications in BIM 
  • Surveying Education and Workforce Development
  • Technology and Data Collection 
  • UAS Applications 
  • Underwater Surveying 
  • Utility Surveying and Risk Management     

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Technical Chairs

For questions please contact:

  • Michael Olsen, M.ASCE, Professor, Geomatics, School of Civil and Construction Engineering, Oregon State University,
  • Marlee Walton, M.ASCE, SaGES President-Elect 
  • Ahmed Elaksher, Ph.D., Aff.M.ASCE, Associate Professor, New Mexico State.

Upcoming Key Dates for Submissions

  • Call for Submissions Launch:
  • Abstracts Due:  Extended to October 15
  • Notice of Acceptance: TBA
  • Final Presentations/Posters Deadline:
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