IAG Young Author's Awards
The rules for the IAG Young Authors award is given below. The purpose of the awards is to draw attention to important contributions by young scientists in the Journal of Geodesy and to foster excellence in scientific writing.
The rules for the IAG Young Authors award is given below.
Rules for the IAG Young Authors' Award
To draw attention to important contributions by young scientists in the Journal of Geodesy and to foster excellence in scientific writing.
The applicant must be 35 years of age or younger when submitting the paper for publication. The paper must present the applicant's own research, and must have been published in the two annual volumes of the Journal of Geodesy (J of G) preceding either the IAG General Assembly or the IAG Scientific Assembly. Although multiple author papers will be considered, single author papers will be given more weight in the selection process.
The award consists of a certificate and a cheque of US $ 1000. Presentation of the awards will be made at each IAG General Assembly and each IAG Scientific Assembly. Up to two awards will be presented on each occasion for the two-year period corresponding to the annual volumes specified above.
Nomination and criteria
For each two-year period the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Geodesy will propose a minimum of three candidates for the award. In addition, proposals made by at least three IAG Fellows or Associates will be considered for the competition. The voting members of the IAG Executive Committee will make the final selection. It will be based on the importance of the scientific contribution, which may be either theoretical or practical, and on the quality of the presentation. The name and picture of the award winner and a short biography will be published in the Journal of Geodesy.
Each year the conditions for the award will be announced in the Journal of Geodesy. Nominations should be sent to the General Secretary of the IAG, giving name, address, and age of the author (at date of submission), the title of the paper on which nomination is based, and a brief justification. Nominations must be received by March 1 of the year in which either an IAG General Assembly or an IAG Scientific Assembly takes place.
The winners of the last years
The IAG Young Authors Award 2020 is presented to Dr. Khosro Ghobadi-Far for his paper: Ghobadi-Far, K., Han, SC., Allgeyer, S., Tregoning, P., Sauber, J., Behzadpour S., Mayer-Guerr T., Sneeuw N. and Okal E. (2020): GRACE gravitational measurements of tsunamis after the 2004, 2010, and 2011 great earthquakes. Journal of Geodesy 94: 65.
The IAG Young Authors Award 2019 is presented to Dr.-Ing. Susanne Glaser for her paper: Susanne Glaser, Rolf König, Karl Hans Neumayer, Tobias Nilsson, Robert Heinkelmann, Frank Flechtner & Harald Schuh (2019): On the impact of local ties on the datum realization of global terrestrial reference frames, Journal of Geodesy, 93: 655–667
Athina Peidou (2018)
The IAG Young Authors Award 2018 is presented to Athina Peidou for the article: Athina Peidou, Georgia Fotopoulos and Spiros Pagiatakis (2018): On the feasibility of using satellite gravity observations for detecting large-scale solid mass transfer events, Journal of Geodesy, Vol. 92, pages 517-528.
Ming¬hui Xu (2017)
The IAG Young Authors Award 2017 is presented to Dr. Ming¬hui Xu for his paper The impacts of source structure on geodetic parameters demon¬strated by the radio source 3C371. The work was published in the Journal of Geodesy, 2017, Volume 91, pp.767-781.
Olga Didova (2016)
The IAG Young Author Award 2016 is given to Olga Didova for her paper An approach for estimating time-variable rates from geodetic time series, which has been published in the Journal of Geodesy (2016) 90:1207-1221. The paper is co-authored by Brian Gunter, Riccardo Riva, Roland Klees, and Lutz Roese-Koerner representing 3 different scientific institutions.
Xingxing Li (2015)
The IAG Young Authors Award 2015 is presented to Dr. Xingxing Li for his paper Accuracy and reliability of multi-GNSS real-time precise positioning: GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, and Galileo. The work was published in the Journal of Geodesy, 2015, Volume 89, Issue 6, pp.607-635.
The awardee, Alvaro Santamaría-Gómez, took his first steps in geodesy during his undergraduate degree in land surveying at the University of Salamanca in 2002 and then during his graduate degree in geodesy at the Technical University of Madrid in 2005.
Krzysztof Jakub Sośnica (2013)
The IAG Young Authors Award 2013 is presented to Krzysztof Jakub Sośnica for his paper “Impact of loading displacements on SLR-derived parameters and on the consistency between GNSS and SLR results” written together with the co-authors and advisors Daniela Thaller, Rolf Dach, Adrian Jäggi, and Gerhard Beutler.
Elizabeth Petrie (2011)
The IAG Young Authors Award is granted at each IAG General or Scientific Assembly for important contributions of young authors in the Journal of Geodesy. In 2011 is was presented to Elizabeth Petrie, Newcastle University, UK, for her paper \"A first look at the effects of ionospheric signal bending on a globally processed GPS network\" published in Journal of Geodesy, Vol. 84, 491-499, 2010.
2000 IAG Young Author Award
The IAG Young Author Award for 2000 was split between two winners. The Award consists of a certificate and a check of US$ 500, which was handed out during the opening ceremony of the IAG Scientific Assembly in Budapest. The IAG best paper award for young scientist for 2000 was given to Christopher Kotsakis and Rüdiger Lehmann.