Just a reminder that Spatial@UCSB will be happening this Thursday, June 6. This year’s theme is Spatial Data for Smarter Cities.
Where: Corwin Pavilion, UCSB – 494 UCEN Rd, Isla Vista, CA
When: Thursday June 6th, 11:00 to 2:30 pm
11:00 Plenary Session:
- Kurt Shellhause (Kasraie Consulting, CIRGIS) – Think Inside the Box, Outside the Box, and about what could Destroy our Box
- Mahnoosh Alizadeh (Electrical and Computer Engineering, UCSB) –
Opportunities and Challenges of Transportation Elecrication in Smart Cities
- Konstadinos Goulias (Dept. of Geography, UCSB) – Activity-Travel GeoSimulation for Smart City Planning, Design, and Operations
- Werner Kuhn (Dept. of Geography, UCSB) – Moderator
12:30 – 2:30 Lunch and Poster Exhibit
Registration has been extended to the end of Tuesday, June 4th. Please contact Karen to RSVP: email@example.com or (805) 893-8224.
The University of California is hosting this year the International Conference in spatial epidemiology, spatial statistics and GIS applied to animal health, public health and food safety (GeoVet 2019, https://geovet2019.ucdavis.edu/). Registration and Abstract submission are now OPEN!!. Remember that the deadline for abstract submission is June 1st !!. You can find the instructions to submit your abstracts here: https://geovet2019.ucdavis.edu/abstracts.html
In this interdisciplinary conference there will be excellent pre- and post-conference workshops as well as the exceptional keynote speakers and participants in the discussion panels.
Please also check the travel awards and encourage your students to apply to the student presentation and poster awards.
Looking forward to meeting you at the GeoVet 2019 in October 8-10th 2019!
Dr. Beatriz Martínez López, DVM, MPVM, PhD.
Chair of the GeoVet 2019 Organizing Committee
Director of the Center for Animal Disease Modeling and Surveillance (CADMS), FAO Ref. Center for Veterinary Epidemiology
Department of Medicine and Epidemiology
School of Veterinary Medicine
University of California
One Shields Avenue, 95616 Davis, CA
Office: Tupper Hall 2415A
Phone: +1 530 752 7675
Fax: +1 530 752 1618
The Southern California Chapter of URISA is sponsoring a Mappy Hour at the CalPoly Pomona Campus (Innovation Brew Works) on March 19th at 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm. Attendees are invited to share their Geo-related projects, GIS initiatives and their plans for global or local GIS domination.
Students are encouraged to attend to learn about GIS opportunities regionally and within URISA including internships, competitions and conference scholarships. Light snacks will be provided and beverages are available for purchase.
Parking is available without a permit after 5 P.M. in Lot “O” near Innovation Village on Campus. Click here for more info.
The Center for Information Systems and Technology, at Claremont Graduate University, is expanding its outreach to the GIS community. As part of this effort, they are co-hosting with ESRI, a one-day conference entitled “Geo Innovation and Entrepreneurship”.
The event is scheduled for April 11th and will be held on their campus in Claremont. There are two sessions and you are welcome to attend one or both. You are also invited to attend their evening reception at the end of the day should you not be able to attend the other sessions.
A detailed outline regarding the conference, sessions, and presenter biographies is located on Eventbrite.
There is no cost to attend, other than your time, and they will be providing refreshments during the sessions as well as lunch. Check it out!
CalGIS 2019 will be the milestone 25th annual gathering of the GIS community in California. It will take place April 8-10 at the DoubleTree Hilton in Fresno. Click below to review the agenda. Early bird registration and sponsorship discounts until February 15.
This year the ArcGIS User Seminar will be in the SoCal area this Thursday in Glendale. This free half-day seminar basically covers what’s new in ArcGIS software and demonstrates tips and tricks, use cases, and gives you a vision and techniques for maximizing the potential of your GIS. Check it out.
If you plan on attending CalGIS 2019 in Fresno this year and want to present, the deadline for submissions is approaching soon. You can find more info about submitting a topic and early registration at the CGIA site here.