GIS Day 2008

  • Friday, November 21
  • Hesburgh Library Auditorium
  • Univeristy of Notre Dame

Speakers

  • Ms. Deborah (Deb) Martin

  • The Who, What, When, Where and Why of Data Collection
  • Mr. B.J. Simpson, Ms. Laura Kanofsky

  • GIS in the National Weather Service: Unleashing the Power
  • Prof. David W. Nickerson

  • Can Voter Turnout Contaminate a Neighborhood?
  • Prof. Roger Knight

  • GIS at ILS ppt presentation
  • Mr. Karsten J.K. Steinhaeuser

  • Data Mining for Climate Change and Impacts
  • Prof. David Lodge

  • Using GIS to analyze the risk of biological invasions from ships on a global scale
  • Mr. Alec Pawling

  • Visualization of a Wind-Damage Data Using Google Maps in the Vortex-Winds EVO
  • Mr. Ryan C. Kennedy

  • Spatially Aware Agents: Efficient use of GIS data in an Agent-based Simulation of Pathogen Transmission
  • Mr. Zhi Zhai

  • A GIS-Based Simulation for Emergency Response and Crisis Management
  • Dr. Ed Bensman

  • GIS services at Notre Dame ppt presentation
  • Reception and Poster Presentations

Participating Organizations/Departments

  • NOAA, National Weather Service
  • Indiana Geographic Information Council
  • Department of Anthropology, Notre Dame
  • Institute for Latino Studies, Notre Dame
  • Department of Biological Sciences, Notre Dame
  • Department of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Notre Dame
  • Department of Sociology, Notre Dame
  • Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Notre Dame
  • Department of Political Science, Notre Dame