Week of November 12th, 2018
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| ||PSM in GIS students Nurmakhan Ziyadin and Malik Moulton|
Many thanks to GIS Day 2018 keynote speaker Dr. Donna Cox; Interim Vice Chancellor for Research Dr. Susan Martinis, our generous sponsors, Geography & GIS faculty, students, and staff; and everyone in attendance who made this event a great success!
GIS Day attendees voted on the 21 student posters and maps, and a panel of judges selected among 12 Dynamic Web Maps (scroll down for gallery). Congratulations to our Dynamic Webmap and Map/Poster winners!
1st Prize: Busra Cakal (PSM in GIS student)
Runner-up: Jacob Hesslau (Senior, Geography & GIS)
1st Prize: Nurmakhan Ziyadin (PSM in GIS student)
Runner-up: Junghwan Kim (PhD student, Advisor: Dr. Mei-Po Kwan)
1st Prize: Junghwan Kim
Runner-up: Fikriyah Winata (PhD student, Advisor: Dr. Sara McLafferty)
Davis, A. and Wang, S. (2018) “Geoexpression: A Petri Network Framework for Representing Geographic Process Concurrency”. Transactions in GIS, https://doi.org/10.1111/tgis.12477
Hu, H., Yin, D., Liu, Y. Y., Terstriep, J., Hong, X., Wendel, J., and Wang, S. (2018) “TopoLens: Building a CyberGIS Community Data Service for Enhancing the Usability of High-resolution National Topographic Datasets”. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, https://doi.org/10.1002/cpe.4682