[ESIP-all] FW: Invitation, 2021 Spatial Lightning Talks; 3/16/2021

Dawn Wright DWright at esri.com
Wed Mar 10 15:59:38 EST 2021

From: Karen Doehner <kdoehner at spatial.ucsb.edu>

The Center for Spatial Studies Lightning Talks are designed to be serious or funny, as long as the mantra is followed: “Enlighten us, but make it quick.” This year these 3-minute talks will be held on Tuesday, March 16, 2021 from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. (PST).

If you would like to attend this light-hearted, thought-provoking event, please RSVP and register here. [ucsb.zoom.us]<https://urldefense.com/v3/__https:/ucsb.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYufuypqT0iGtR1JWyezYsveWR-qYxbtJOW__;!!CKZwjTOV!gTlsAzd__bOJkDe55IVDO0cMsPu7DbUUj5_XvSN8xxKv0rwGULyFLfjF-tBV$>

Our panel of speakers this for the 2021 Spatial Lightning Talks is:

Michael Goodchild (Emeritus, Dept of Geography, UCSB)
“You are here”

Gabriela Morosanu (Inst. of Geography of the Romanian Academy)
“Fine sediments sources and coal mining: Spatial-temporal inference”

Menno-Jan Kraak (Geoinformation Sciences & Earth Observation, Univ. of Twente)
“How an advertisement made me think about space and time”

Anna Lopez-Carr (Direct Relief)
“Mapping applications for post-disaster learning in Puerto Rico”

Xiang Ye (Shenzhen Univ.)
“There is a reason for ‘geospatial’”

Ronnie Bailey-Steinitz (Dept. of Anthropology, UCSB)
“The forest or the trees: Scaling measurements on food availability”

Michael Kilburn (Politics & International Studies, Endicott College)

Monica Castelhano (Dept. of Psychology, Queen’s Univ.)
“Exploring real-world scenes: Semantics and functions of everyday spaces”

Lexie Kunz (Dept. of Psychological & Brain Sciences, UCSB)

“GPS usage and its effect on spatial navigation”

Qingyu Ma (Old Dominion Univ.)
 “Satellite maps tell a lot”

Ashley Kuder (Dept. of Geography, UCSB)
“Saving birds from window collisions, one building at a time”

Alexis Story Crenshaw (Media Arts & Technology, UCSB; Université Paris 80
“Spatial expression approaches in electro-somaesthetic music”

Katy Börner (Dept. of Intelligent Systems Engineering, Indiana Univ.)
“Human [reference] map”

André Skupin (San Diego State University; Center for Info. Convergence & Strategy)
“Yes, there’s a map for that!”

Stephen Hirtle (Emeritus, School of Computing & Information, Univ. of Pittsburgh)
“Why is it not a cognitive map?”

Jayden Schultz (Dept of Geography, UCSB)
“The norming of space”

Andrew Schroeder (Direct Relief)
“Mobility data for emergency response

You can see the agenda at http://spatial.ucsb.edu/2021-lightening-talks/ [spatial.ucsb.edu]<https://urldefense.com/v3/__http:/spatial.ucsb.edu/2021-lightening-talks/__;!!CKZwjTOV!gTlsAzd__bOJkDe55IVDO0cMsPu7DbUUj5_XvSN8xxKv0rwGULyFLcb14MXD$>.

Feel free to forward this invitation to your colleagues and friends.

Again, you can register here [ucsb.zoom.us]<https://urldefense.com/v3/__https:/ucsb.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYufuypqT0iGtR1JWyezYsveWR-qYxbtJOW__;!!CKZwjTOV!gTlsAzd__bOJkDe55IVDO0cMsPu7DbUUj5_XvSN8xxKv0rwGULyFLfjF-tBV$>.

Special note: The 2021 annual Center for Spatial Studies Lightning Talks will be dedicated to the memory of Paul Wilson, who was one of the Center’s most avid and constant participants of all things spatial. Paul’s presence at our ongoing activities will be sorely missed. You can see his 2014 Lighting Talk on Whale Traffic Control: https://escholarship.org/uc/item/6t4627c5 [escholarship.org]<https://urldefense.com/v3/__https:/escholarship.org/uc/item/6t4627c5__;!!CKZwjTOV!gTlsAzd__bOJkDe55IVDO0cMsPu7DbUUj5_XvSN8xxKv0rwGULyFLTwnzIyY$>


Rui Zhu
ruizhu at geog.ucsb.edu<mailto:ruizhu at geog.ucsb.edu>

Karen Doehner
Admin. Coordinator
Center for Spatial Studies
(805) 895-2936

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