November 13–15, 2013

The Salt Palace
Salt Lake City, Utah

Call for Presentations

Tell your GIS story and help other users understand how you did it. The abstract submissions deadline has been extended to September 6, 2013.

 Topics

  •  Natural Resources
  • Public Safety
  • Utilities and Transportation
  • Health and human Services
  • Managing a GIS
  • Engineering and Surveying
  • Public Works
  • State and local Government
  • Education
  • Technology
  • Geodesign
  • Location Analytics

 Abstract Submission Guidelines

 Inclusions

  •  Author/Presenter name(s)
  • Presentation title (10 words or less)
  • Topic category
  • Company name
  • Complete address, phone, and fax information
  • Brief presenter biography (25 words or less)
  • Abstract (150 words or less)

 Be sure to answer these questions:

  • What problem did you solve with GIS? What advantage did GIS give you?
  • What types of geospatial analysis did you use? Explain how and why.
  • What are your findings or results?
  • How will the audience benefit?

 Content and Formatting

  •  All papers and presentations must be noncommercial. At no time is it permissible for presenters to use their time slot to advertise or promote a product, service, or company.
  • Remember—the information you enter is used for publishing purposes (e.g., website, agenda, CD-ROM); therefore, eliminate bullet points, numbering, or letters in all capitals. Submissions must be in English.
  • Do not include information in your abstract that will not be included in your presentation.

 

 

November 13–15, 2013

The Salt Palace
Salt Lake City, Utah

Submit Your Abstract