Wednesday, March 11, 2015, Atrium
18:00 - 19:30 - during the Dinner Reception
Please note that the day and time of the Poster and Map Session has changed!
Submitting a Poster
The deadline for poster submissions has passed. Thanks to all the participants!
Information for Presenters
- a poster board, 4 feet (48 inches) high x 8 feet (96 inches) wide (outside dimensions)
- pins for your poster
- attendees to marvel at your poster
- poster(s) or map(s) to fit on the board
- presenter(s) to talk about your submission
The deadline for ordering artwork from our supplier has passed. If you need a suggestion for a local print shop in Burlingame, email us and we will try to help.
If you produce your own artwork, we recommend that you limit the size to 44 inches high (for ease of viewing) and 91 inches wide (so it fits inside the board frame).
- We will hang your poster or map for you! Please bring your artwork to Registration anytime between Tuesday noon and Wednesday noon. It will be waiting for you on a pin board in the Atrium on Wednesday at 18:00.
- Please remove your artwork at the end of the session; items left after 19:45 will be removed and discarded.
Accepted Posters and Maps
Here's the current list:
- A web application to digitize data from field research (Daeye Lucie)
- USGS EarthExplorer (Tim Mentele)
- Visualizing Sea Surface Data (Flynn Platt)
- ExtJS 5, OpenLayers 3, Solr - Oh My! (Michael Nowak)
- Historic California Beach (Michele Tobias)
- Moving Beyond Google Trip Planner Using Open Trip Planner (Marshall Ballard and Ragi Burhum)
- LINZ Data Service: Open Government, Open Data (Ian Reese)
- Energy and Environmental Web Mapping and User-Driven Geospatial Analysis (Andrew J. Ayers)
- OnEarth: Open Source Software Serving Imagery for NASA GIBS (Joe Roberts)
- Mapping Geographic Patterns of Crime: Case of South Bend, Indiana (Yu Zhou)
- Working with Big Spatial Data at the Terra Populus Project (Joshua Donato)
- Modelling Population Interactions: the PySAL and Open Source Way (Lorraine Barry)
- Towards an Open Source, Systems-Integrating Spatial Decision Support Framework for Urban Public Health Environments (Marynia Kolak)
- Map Simplification - a Topology Preserving Approach (using D3) (Roland Hansson)
- EMF Forms (Jonas Helming)
- Sirius - A graphic model is worth a thousand words (Etienne Juliot)
- Eclipse Long Term Support (Pat Huff)
- Eclipse ICE (Taylor Patterson)
- The DAWNSci Eclipse Project: How Eclipse Is Used for Science (Bahá El Kassaby)
- Oomph (Eike Stepper and Ed Merks)
- Andmore (Eric Cloninger and Dave Carver)
- Profiles (Johannes Jacop)