Esri Virtual UC 2020 Schedule

JULY 13-15, 2020

This year's Esri User Conference is a 3-day virtual event that includes plenary sessions, a virtual Expo, a map gallery, geography parties, and technical sessions. To attend all of the conference events, you must be registered under the University of Redlands' license. For registration instructions, click the link, below, and complete the brief online form.

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Virtual Expo Hours – Dr. Steven Moore, Center for Spatial Studies; Andrea Alvarado, GIS Department; Dr. Avijit Sarkar, School of Business

  • Monday, July 13, 2020, 12:05 p.m.–3:45 p.m.
  • Tuesday, July 14, 2020, 7:30 a.m.–9:40 a.m. and 11:10 a.m.–3:45 p.m.
  • Wednesday, July 15, 2020, 7:30 a.m.–9:40 a.m. and 11:10 a.m.–3:45 p.m.
  • Thursday, July 16, 2020, 6:45 a.m. — 4:45 p.m.

Paper Presentations

Paper Title

Paper #



Available on Demand

Using Field Data & Remote Sensing to Estimate Forest Carbon Loss Following Fire


Using Satellite Imagery to Assess Climate Information and Change Detection

Hillary Jenkins, Ph.D., Professor of Environmental Studies

Mon, Jul 13 - 12:05pm - 3:50pm

Spatial Business Strategy: Evidence from the Private Sector


Exploring New Business Cases for GIS  From the University Professors 

Avijit Sarkar, Ph.D., School of Business Tom Horan, Ph.D., School of Business, James Pick, Ph.D., School of Business



Poster Presentations

Poster Title


Using GIS to Analyze Plot in Ferdinand and Elmira: A Russian Story by Sally SBK Wood

Denise MacNeil, Ph.D., School of Business, and Steven Moore, Ph.D., Center for Spatial Studies

Panamapping: GIS for Conservation Science

Daniel Klooster, Ph.D., Professor of Environmental Studies, ​Steven Moore, Ph.D., Center for Spatial Studies,  David Smith, Center for Spatial Studies, Nathan Strout, Center for Spatial Studies

Land Surveying at the Center for Rainforest Studies: A Plan for Implementing a Syntrophic Farm

Jack Dimmock, University of Redlands, Delaney Brubaker, Reed College

A Tale of Two Cities? Or a City of Diverse Tales?

Lillian Larsen, Ph.D.,  Professor of Religious Studies, Lisa Benvenuti, Center for Spatial Studies, Amanda Frye, 

Purposeful Internet Use In U.S States: Spatial Patterns and Socioeconomic Influences.

Jim Pick, Ph.D., School of Business, Avijit Sarkar, Ph.D., School of Business, Tridev Raut, MBA

Uniting Deep-Sea Coral with Geomorphology

Jason Greenstein, MS GIS

GIS-Driven Translations of Film Narratives: A Space-Time Cube of Christopher Noland's 'Dunkirk'

Grace 'Miles' Ng, MS GIS

Visualizing and Analyzing Spacio-Temporal Trends of Home Values

Breck Polk, MS GIS

Identifying Electrical Assets with AI and Drones

M. Steve Snow, MS GIS

Spatial Representation of NOAA's Remotely Operated Vehicles Dive Tracks

Moses Kamau Thiong'o, MS GIS