Calling all California GIS Professionals!
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, California. Start reviewing the workshops and training opportunities, featured speakers, sponsors, and an abundance of breakout and panel sessions. Thank you in advance to the nearly 60 speakers who are preparing their presentations!
Start reviewing the packed agenda here: https://calgis2019.sched.com/
Early bird registration and sponsorship discounts until February 15.
Registration options range from single day to full conference, with substantial discounts for full-time students, young professionals and members of CGIA and/or California URISA Chapters.
Full registration includes attendance at one full or half-day workshop on Monday, April 8, 2019 (normally an additional fee). Full Registration also includes access to the Exhibition, all educational sessions, proceedings, networking events, two hosted luncheons, and vendor educational sessions.
CalGIS 2019 Student Showcase Opportunities
- The Student Showcase is a session of 5-7 minutes lightning talks. This is a feature opportunity for students to showcase diverse topics of class projects or research ideas that apply GIS. We encourage both undergraduate and graduate students to submit proposals. It is a great way to let your fellow students and others in the GIS community to know your work in a no-stress environment.
- Submit Your Proposal: If you are interested in giving a student showcase/lightning talk during CalGIS 2019, please send an email to An-Min Wu (email@example.com) with your name, school, current year & major, the title and a brief abstract (up to 200 words) of your talk. The deadline for the submission is Tuesday, February 20, 2019. Notifications of the selected submissions will be sent out by early March.
Review sponsorship opportunities: https://www.urisa.org/calgis-sponsor
Click here for registration and venue details: https://www.urisa.org/calgis
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