Esri UC 2018 Schedule

UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS AT THE ESRI USER CONFERENCE

JULY 7–13, 2018, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

EDUCATION SUMMIT
Marriot Marquis San Diego Marina

SATURDAY, JULY 7

8:30  a.m.
9:30 a.m., La Costa: “Location Analytics in Business Curricula through the Lens of Big and Small Data” – Avijit Sarkar, Hindupur Ramakrishna, James Pick, and Sarah Griffin; School of Business Faculty
10–11 a.m., Catalina: “Building bridges through ecosystem management, GIS, and service learning” – Nate Strout, Zach Smith ‘18, Torrey Rotellini ‘18, Madeline Catterson‘18, and Victoria Rico '18; Center for Spatial Studies Staff and Students


SUNDAY, JULY 8

11:45 a.m.–12:45 p.m., La Costa:
“Story Maps: Toward a Peer-Reviewed Story Maps Academic Journal” – Steven Moore, Center for Spatial Studies, and John Glover, History
12 p.m., Catalina: “PanaMapping: Mapping to Conserve the Rainforest in Panama” – David Smith, Michael Adami ‘18, Nate Strout, Steven Moore, Daniel Klooster, Abigail Bohman ‘18, Kaitlyn Driessnack '19, Taryn Fowlkes ‘18, and Jessica Pierce ‘19; Center for Spatial Studies Staff and Students
1–2 p.m., Catalina: “Kite Aerial Photography on the Dinwoody Glacier” – Michael Adami ‘18 and David Smith; Center for Spatial Studies Staff and Student


BUSINESS SUMMIT

Hilton San Diego Bayfront

SUNDAY, JULY 8


11 a.m.
Noon., Indigo Ballroom: “Capitalizing on Disruption—An Industry Panel" — Thomas Horan, Dean, University of Redlands School of Business, shares his survey findings on how businesses use GIS and location analytics


ESRI USER CONFERENCE

San Diego Convention Center

MONDAY, JULY 9


3:30 p.m.– 6 p.m., University of Redlands, Table #A120, Academic GIS Program Fair Expo, Sails Pavilion, Third Level – Ballroom 20 Lobby

TUESDAY, JULY 10–THURSDAY, JULY 12

Tuesday, 9 a.m.– 6 p.m.; Wednesday, 9 a.m.– 6 p.m.; Thursday, 9 a.m.–1:30 p.m.; University of Redlands, Booth #1007, UC Expo, Exhibit Hall

WEDNESDAY, JULY 11

8:30–9:30 a.m., Room 25 B:
“Localizing Ecological Marine Units for Flower Garden Banks NMS” – Hayleigh Pervorse ‘18, MS GIS Student
10–11 a.m., Room 25 B: “Creating Ocean Floor Topography Map Using ROV Video” – Yuko Yokozawa ‘18, MS GIS Student

THURSDAY, JULY 12

8:30–9:30 a.m., Room 28 E:
“Using Sentiel-2 Satellite Data to Analyze Maritime Patterns in the South China Sea” – Nicolette Niemiec ‘18, MS GIS Student
11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., Room 24 A:  Blythe Spendlove'18 and Cesar Garrido ‘18, MS GIS Students 

MONDAY, JULY 9–THURSDAY, JULY 12
Monday, 3:30–7 p.m.; Tuesday, 8 a.m.–6 p.m.; Wednesday, 8 a.m.–6 p.m.; Thursday, 8 a.m.–1:30 p.m.; Map Gallery & Special Displays, Sails Pavilion

  • “Mapping Historical Migrations In West Africa: The Lebu Migrations of the 11th Century C.E.: Moving Frontiers of Climate Change and Violence” – John Glover, College of Arts and Sciences Faculty, Panel F-01-09
  • “Spatial and Socioeconomic Analysis of Host Participation in the Shared Accommodation Economy – Airbnb in New York City” – Avijit Sarkar, Mehrdad Koohikamali, James B. Pick, and Marcin Dyba; School of Business Faculty and Students; Panel A-11-01
  • “Where to Install Solar in India & Will Robots Kill Suburbia” – Anshu Kishore, Johannes Moenius, and Serene Ong ‘07; School of Business Faculty and Students; Panel F-01-07, 08
  • “Regional and Demographic Effects on Retail of the Great Recession” – Xin Zhao, School of Business Faculty, Panel F-01-06
  • “Visualization of Marine Mammals Data,” “Reconstructing the Past in 3D,” “Discovering Irrigation for the Wildlands Conservancy,” and “Using Shadows as an Analytic Method” – Mark Kumler; MS GIS Faculty; Panels A-01-01, 02, 03; F-01-02
  • “Localizing Ecological Marine Units for Flower Garden Banks NMS” – Hayleigh Pervorse ‘18, MS GIS Student, Panel A-01-06
  • “Using Sentiel-2 Satellite Data to Analyze Maritime Patterns in the South China Sea” – Nicolette Niemiec ‘18, MS GIS Student, Panel A-01-08
  • “Sharks at Your Nearest Beach in California” – Kevin Applewhite ‘18, MS GIS Student, Panel F-01-01
  • “CASPER GIS Framework” – Cesar Garrido Lecca Rivera ‘18, MS GIS Student, Panel A-01-05
  • “Traveling Demand: A Dynamic Model for Forecasting Tourism” – Shane Lathrop ‘18, MS GIS Student, Panel F-01-05
  • “Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in Redlands, California: A Location Suitability Analysis” – Madison Mays ‘18, MS GIS Student, Panel F-01-03
  • “Surge Management” – Kavita Morad ‘18, MS GIS Student, Panel A-01-04
  • “Prioritizing Wetlands with GIS” – Blythe Spendlove ‘18, MS GIS Student, Panel A-01-07
  • “The Sentiments of Sense and Sensibility” – Bruce Stockdale ‘18, MS GIS Student, Panel F-01-04