Apr 16, 2019, Hunter College, New York
Join us in New York City for a GIS symposium focused on current trends in geospatial technology applied to conservation and communities. This event contains technical training and networking for students and GIS professionals in a collaborative learning environment. Tech talks feature new technology, innovative workflows, code, and modeling for tackling conservation challenges. Discover the work of others through lightning talks and posters. Relax and enjoy good company at the Happy Hour.
Conference registration opens Feb 21st
More about us
NY/NJ SCGIS chapter, created in June 2017, has the purpose of establishing a forum and facilitating events to provide education and networking opportunities for individuals and organizations that are interested in applying geospatial technologies toward natural and cultural heritage conservation efforts or projects in the New York and New Jersey regional area.
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Morning Technical Talks
Featuring speakers from Hunter College, NYC DOITT, NYC Parks and The Nature Conservancy
Important Dates and Deadlines
Registration open until day of the conference!
Lightning Talk and Poster submissions due April 2nd
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