Team 41 at the GEOIDE Conference

Several graduate and undergraduate students represented Team 41 at the 2011 GEOIDE Annual Conference held this year in Toronto on May 16th and 17th:

  • Lukanyenko, Roman. 2011. Citizen Science 2.0: Increasing quality and participation. Poster presented at the 2011 Annual GEOIDE Conference May 16-17, Toronto.
  • Torio, Dante. 2011. Using Fuzzy Logic to Map the Threat of Coastal Squeeze in Marshes at Wells Reserve and Portland, Maine. Poster presented at the 2011 Annual GEOIDE Conference May 16-17, Toronto.
  • Tudge, Pamela. 2011. Participatory Geoweb: Communicating Climate Change Report for Year 2. Presented 2011 Annual GEOIDE Conference May 16-17, Toronto.
  • Walker, Blake, and Claus Rinner. 2011. Deconstructing Effective Participation on the Geoweb. Poster presented at the 2011 Annual GEOIDE Conference May 16-17, Toronto.
  • Zhou, Jian. 2011. A Debate on Using Climate Models: Is it Crazy or Not?.  Presented at the 2011 Annual GEOIDE Conference May 16-17, Toronto.

Team 41 students Blake Walker and Steven Chung also served on administrative roles during and after the conference: Blake moderated several conference sessions in his capacity as coordinator of the GEOIDE Student Network; and Steven was the coordinator of the GEOIDE Summer School that followed the conference.


AAG 2010 Presentations

Please upload your AAG 2010 presentations below:

(Sieber--I had to make some modifications to the ones I uploaded because the file size limit is 8Meg.)

Geospatial Web simulcasts

The University of Nottingham is hosting a workshop on the Geospatial Web Services from June 16-17. The organizers are setting up a live webcast of workshop talks and podcasts to benefit the wider Geoweb and GIS community.

The organizer, Suchith Anand, reports that the key aims of this workshop are:

  1. to hear presentations from leading academic and industry players on their research on geospatial web services technology;
  2. to network and develop ideas for future collaborative research in geospatial web services;
  3. to understand current developments in geospatial web services with focus on generalization and schematization research.

Organisations making presentations include CGS Nottingham, Ordnance Survey, ITC Netherlands, ESRI, University of Zurich, CASA UCL, CORILA Italy, e-Science Centre and the University of Cardiff. Here are some of the speakers.

Our new postdoc, Dr. Rahemtulla, plans to attend the workshop and I'm sure he'll have lots to report when he returns.

UPDATE: The podcasts and webcasts are now up. The conferencce is using Accordent software, so the webcasts show both the speaker and his/her slides. Nice.

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