IUGG Fellowships (Honorary Memberships) are a tribute to individuals who have made exceptional contributions to international cooperation in geodesy or geophysics and attained eminence in the field of Earth and space sciences. The deadline for submission of nominations for IUGG Fellowships is 20 September 2022. Nominations will be examined by the IUGG Fellow Selection Committee, which is chaired by Andrew Yau (Canada). IUGG Fellowships are bestowed up to 10 individuals. Details on IUGG Fellowships, including the procedure for nomination, eligibility criteria, and technical requirements, can be found here.
The IUGG Gold Medal is the highest honour awarded by the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics. The medal was established in 2013 to recognise Earth and space scientists for outstanding contributions to geodesy and geophysics and for unselfish international cooperation in research. The deadline for submission of nominations for the IUGG Gold Medal is on 20 October 2022. The nominations will be examined by the IUGG Gold Medal Committee, which is chaired by Tom Beer (Australia). The Gold Medal is bestowed to one individual. Details on the IUGG Gold Medal, including the procedure for nomination, eligibility criteria, and technical requirements, can be found here.
Please take this opportunity to recognise colleagues for their contributions to the Earth and space sciences and international research cooperation.
For more information, please contact the IUGG Secretariat.