Join us at the Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center for International Geographic Information System (GIS) Day 2022.
Location: Goldstein Electronic Classroom (Room 114), Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center.
The event will include
November 14 -15: workshops, Register.
November 16, 1:00pm -5pm: hands-on demos, lightning talks, and presentations from across the campus GIS community. Currently underway.
Join us via zoom:
Meeting ID: 927 2140 3463
Full GIS DAY event program, November 16.
1:00 pm | COFFEE SOCIAL AND SETUP
1:20 pm | WELCOME REMARKS
Lynda Kellam, Head of Research Data Services, Research Data & Digital Scholarship, Penn Libraries, University of Pennsylvania
PRESENTATIONS AND LIGHTNING TALKS
1:30 pm | Carrots & Sticks: Incentivization or Predation by Neighborhood Race and Class during Philadelphia's Federal Section 312 Implementation (1966-1969)
Amara Rockar, Staff, Penn Libraries Business Office, University of Pennsylvania
1:50 pm |Perry World House's Global Climate Security Atlas (lightning talk)
Anna Cabre, post-doc, Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Pennsylvania
1:55 pm | Title X Rule Change: Access to Care Implications for Adolescents (lightning talk)
Vicky Tam, Senior GIS analyst, Healthcare Analytics Unit (HAU) at PolicyLab and The Center for Pediatric Clinical Effectiveness
at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)
2:00 pm | Keynote: Harnessing the Power of GIS for Bird Conservation
Melanie Smith, Program Director, National Audubon Society
2:40 pm | Making the Penn & Slavery Project Augmented Reality Campus Tour App: guiding student work despite my own deficiencies of technical knowledge
Kathleen M. Brown, David Boies Professor of History, Department of History, University of Pennsylvania
3:00 pm | Break
3:10 pm | Mapping Gun Crime at Vacant Lots in Philadelphia
Nissim Lebovits, Graduate Student, Weitzman School of Design/Master's of City Planning, University of Pennsylvania
3:30 pm | Exploring the Limits of Participatory GIS: Forests of Stories in Northern Thailand
Rebecca S Winkler, Graduate Student, School of Arts and Sciences / Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania
3:50 pm | Tropical Cyclone Translation Speeds in a Changing Climate
Marybeth Melcher, Graduate Student, Department of Earth and Environmental Studies, University of Pennsylvania
4:10 pm | Philadelphia For Some More Than Others: A Study on Illegal Dumping in Philadelphia, PA
Evan M Shreffler, Undergraduate Student, School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania
4:30 pm | Ancient Silk Route Mapping Visualization with R (lightning talk)
Jajwalya Karajgikar, Applied Data Science Librarian, Research Data & Digital Scholarship, Penn Libraries, University of Pennsylvania
4:35 pm | Investigating the Hydrological Effects of Impermeable Surfaces on an Urban Watershed in Cobbs Creek, Philadelphia (lightning talk)
David Joseph McCabe, Undergraduate Student, School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania