The program planning team thinks the following presentations deserve a closer look.
- The "Lost" Wisconsin - Minnesota State Line
Wednesday, May 23: 2:30-3:30 pm, Bryan Meyer
- UMGEOCON Hosts - Lightning Round
Wednesday, May 23: 4:00-5:00 pm, UMGEOCON Host Organizations
- GIS in the County Emergency Operation Center (EOC)
Thursday, May 24: 9:00-9:30 am, Randy Knippel
- Empowering Communities & Classrooms On the Value of Remote Sensing
Thursday, May 24: 9:30-10:00, Dan Bertalan
- Petascale High Performance Computing
Thursday, May 24: 10:30-Noon, Panel
There are two panels brimming with expertise about topics which will directly impact your future in the geospatial community.
There are some incredibly talented geographers out there who know how to tell the story of "where" with a poster. So get ready to let the world know you ROCK by sharing your work at UMGEOCON.
Simple and straightforward contest. Here are the rules:
- 10 double-sided 4x6 poster boards will be available for self-posting
- First come-first serve, must be posted by the Vendor Reception
- Two award categories:
- Best research focus (best story told)
- Best cartography (best art of the map)
- Ballots will be provided in the attendee packet.
- To encourage voting, 3rd place door prize will be drawn from the ballots submitted.
- Contest winners will be announced at closing event.
Self Organized Meetings
Need to conduct a meet-up or small group business meeting? The common areas of the UW-L Student Union are the perfect solution.
Dedicated classroom space available upon request and subject to availability for code sprints, regional meetings (USGS, EPA, etc.), or similar.
- May 23 - 7:30-11:30 am
- May 24: 1:00-5:00 pm