Organisers

  • Conference chairs

Chris Rizos

Prof. Chris Rizos
SAGE, Sydney

Rainer Mautz

Dr. Rainer Mautz
ETH, Zurich



  • Conference directors

Binghao Li

Dr. Binghao Li
SAGE, Sydney



School of Surveying and Geospatial Engineering

The UNSW School of Surveying and Geospatial Engineering (SAGE) is one of 10 Schools in Australia's largest Faculty of Engineering. Our graduates are leaders in industry, government and academia.

Our undergraduate and postgraduate programs are in Surveying and in Geoinformation Systems and our graduates have a wide range of career choices. There are also combined programs leading to the award of the BE in combination with BSc and BA degrees.

The School has a long and close relationship with the Institute of Surveyors, NSW (ISNSW), the Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI) and the spatial information industry in general. The School's Advisory Board provides advice on matters such as course content and student training. The undergraduate degree in Surveying is accredited by both the SSSI and Engineers Australia.

The School has an enviable research reputation, nationally and internationally, with Australia's largest concentration of academic research and development in wireless, ground-based and satellite-based positioning technology. 

The School has an enviable research reputation, nationally and internationally, with Australia's largest concentration of academic research and development in wireless, ground-based and satellite-based positioning technology. 

While the main research focus is Global Navigation Satellite Systems such as GPS, the School also has research strengths in surveying, geodesy, inertial navigation systems, pseudolites, mobilephone positioning, integrated navigation and imaging systems, and radar remote sensing. This research is conducted under the banner of Navigation and Earth Observation by School staff and postgraduate Masters and PhD students.