GIS stands for Geographic Information Systems. UC will join the National Celebration of GIS Day on Nov 16th. The day consists of opportunities to meet Industry Specialists, Researchers in various fields using GIS, and other UC and Greater Cincinnati GIS users. The schedule for the day is:
9a-10a Coffee / Donuts / ESRI meet & greet with Mark Lecher (students & faculty), Braunstein 4th floor
10a-11a Workshop(s) – Braunstein 415 (capacity 25 people)
- ArcPro Overview - Jim Anbazu, School of Planning, DAAP
- Python and Jupyter Notebooks, Kranthi Yellugari, Aerospace Engineering, CEAS
1115a-12p Meet & greet with keynote speaker (TUC 417)
12p-1p Lunch (TUC 417)
1p-2p Keynote address (TUC 417)
2p-330p Industry Panel / FAQ for careers in GIS (TUC 417)
This event is free and open to the public. Funding for the event is generously provided by the UC Provost through a universal provider grant. Contributors to GIS Day are Geography Graduate Student Organization, Department of Geography & GIS, UC Libraries, School of Planning (DAAP), and the Joint Center for GIS and Spatial Analysis.
To register for the Event, visit https://forms.office.com/r/6nSucjrXRZ
Title of the Presentation:
How do activity space and exposure to environmental risks affect well-being?
Huyen Le is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and Sustainability Institute at The Ohio State University. Her work focuses on three major themes: (1) sustainable urban transportation; (2) physical and mental health outcomes resulting from exposure during daily travel and activities and (3) impacts of information and communications technology on transportation, energy efficiency, and other environmental outcomes. She is a member of UCGIS’s TRELIS and Golden Compass, the two initiatives aiming to train and promote women scholars in geospatial sciences.
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