UESI Conference  – Call for Abstracts Now ..

UESI Surveying and Geomatics 2024 Conference  – Call for Abstracts Now Open
The Call for Abstracts for the UESI Surveying and Geomatics 2024 Conference is now open. With the theme of “Surveying: the Foundation for Geospatial Data Fusion,” this will be a valuable event for professional surveyors, engineers and academics practicing and researching in professional surveying and geomatics. Taking place in beautiful and historic Corvallis, Oregon, June 2 – 4, 2024, this conference is a joint effort of UESI, Oregon State University, SaGES and AAGS. Submit your abstract by June 30. Abstracts for presentations and panel sessions are being accepted.

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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