It is our great pleasure to invite you to the 2nd edition of Romanian Surveying Week (Săptămâna Geodeziei Românești, SGR) between 26th and 30th of October, 2021, hosted by Brașov, Romania. This year, SGR will be organized by Romanian Surveyors Union (UGR) in collaboration with Transylvania University of Brașov - Faculty of Silviculture and Forest Engineering (UNIT Brasov).
International conference "Smart surveying solutions for sustainable development" will be the central moment of the event and it will give to the participants the opportunity to present papers, debate and communicate in a professional and scientific manner, highlighting their own contribution, finding out smart technical solutions in order to protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems in the modern and challenging transforming society. Special sessions dedicated to Young Surveyors will have a special focus and support from our side.
The international conference accompanied by roundtables and forums, annual meetings and social activities organized in the program of the Romanian Surveying Week in Brașov, will create the professional frame and environment for discussions, exchanging knowledge and experience among surveyors participating to the international event and dealing with above topics in their daily activity.
In the technology expo sponsors and participants will present the latest technologies, posters and projects.
The participants have the opportunity to publish their presentations, including posters, in English, full – paper, after peer-review evaluation, as research article or short communication in the Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Brașov, Series I – Engineering Sciences (indexed in CROSSREF and EBSCO Publishing Database).
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Transylvania, in the heart or Romania, at Brasov, on 26th of October 2021.
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It is our great pleasure to host the 2nd Romanian Surveying Week, the most important event of the Romanian surveying community in 2021. We welcome you to Brașov and the Transilvania University of Brașov, Faculty of Silviculture and Forest Engineering, an institution with tradition in providing education in the field of surveying engineering.
The event of this year is focused on "Smart surveying solutions for sustainable development", a theme that is relevant and timely. In today’s world, when our society has to face challenges such as climate change and economic turbulence due to the Covid19 pandemic, sustainable development is the key factor that decides the quality of living and the countries’ competiveness.
Regardless of your particular area of interest and scientific expertise, we hope that our international event will encourage you to explore and expand your interest in a broad array of current topics in surveying engineering, strengthen ties with peers and friends, and develop new relationships and collaborative research projects.
I wish you a successful conference and a pleasant time in Brașov.
Prof. Dr. Eng. Alexandru-Lucian Curtu
Dean, Faculty of Silviculture and Forest Engineering – Transilvania University of Brașov
Since 2019 "Romanian Surveying Week" became a special moment in our union’s life. Our first edition hosted by Cluj-Napoca, at the USAMV campus, was a real success. Last year due to the pandemic situation we were unable to have our Week.
In 2021 we will be in Brașov, at the Faculty of Silviculture and Forest Engineering. Also this year, for few days, we will bring together during technical sessions, debates of professional subjects and technical exhibitions, people actively participating to our professional community’s life.
During the days of the event we will have by our side university professors and companies from our professional field. I am convinced that if we will succeed to attract students and young surveyors to have a pro-active participation to the "Romanian Surveying Week" we will assure a better cohesion of our professional community, thus creating a proper climate for innovation and technical progress for our profession at European standards level, but also increasing the quality of services offered, for the benefit of whole Romanian society.
We are ready to welcome our guests for the "Romanian Surveying Week", in Brașov, in Transilvania, in the heart of Romania!
President of Romanian Surveyors Union
As our professional union promised, the most important event of our professional guild continues with the second edition that will take place in the center of the country in Brașov. Because the first ideas on sustainable development appeared in the forestry field, we consider that the location chosen for this year's event, in an area surrounded by the richest forests of the country and hosted by an university with a tradition in the field can only be a good premise regarding the success of the event.
We see every day the importance of our profession whose applications are found into a multitude of areas essential for the economic development of the country and aware of this we intend to debate and propose solutions to the encountered problems meet by professionals in their daily activity. We also hope that the three sections of scientific communications will provide the opportunity for the participants to present their research and achievements, thus contributing to the professional development of those who work in the field and who have the opportunity to publish their presentations in English, full - paper, after peer-review evaluation, as research article or short communication in Bulletin of Transilvania University (indexed in prestigious international data bases).
We believe that this event will bring together specialists in the field of geodesy and those who use the products of our work, regardless of how or where they practice their profession and we invite you to actively participate for a few days in this special moment in our union's life that will include technical sessions, debates on professional subjects and technical exhibitions.
Assoc.Prof.PhD.Eng. Constantin Irinel Greșiță
Executive Director of SGR 2021, Faculty of Silviculture and Forest Engineering – Transilvania University of Brașov