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April 6th, 2011
FIG Working Week 2011 – Bridging the Gap between Cultures

The overall theme of the FIG Working Week 2011 is “Bridging the Gap between Cultures”. As always, the Working Week will gather international professionals and academia members from the fields of land surveying, land and real-estate appraisal, GIS, spatial planning, environmental awareness, and civil engineering. A full technical programme with trade exhibition and technical and social tours will be offered. The technical sessions will be in English and French with interpretation in part of the sessions. Conference sub-themes cover professional standards and ethics; education and training; management of spatial information; hydrography, global positioning and surveying techniques, engineering surveys, cadastre and land managements, spatial planning and development; real estate management and evaluation; and construction economics and project management thus covering all ten FIG commissions. Read More