Inspiring stories from the world of science
Join us in San Diego as we explore the science of mapping common ground, climate change adaptation, sustainability, and more.
Dr. Adrian R. Gardner
Adrian Gardner is the CEO of The SmarTech Nexus Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, which uses GIS to improve at-risk community access to social services. He is an executive with over 30 years of experience leading complex IT organizations.
Dr. Este Geraghty
Este Geraghty is the chief medical officer for Esri, where she leads strategy and messaging for health and human services. She's helped global organizations combat disease, enhance preparedness and response, optimize health access, and tackle inequity.
Dr. Dawn Wright
Dawn Wright is chief scientist of Esri and professor of geography and oceanography at Oregon State University. She is the first African American woman to explore the seabed in a deep submersible.
Working together to serve science and society
Attend the symposium with your colleagues and peers to engage in scientific discussion, network, and gain valuable insights from thought leaders.
Attend the Q&A
Participate in an enlightening discussion during the question-and-answer session.
Network with peers and colleagues
Enjoy conversations over drinks and snacks at the reception. Continue the conversation on Esri Community, where the GIS community connects and collaborates.
Receive a complimentary book
Each attendee of this year's symposium will receive the Esri Press book GIS for Science, Volume 3: Maps for Saving the Planet.
Register for the Esri User Conference
To attend the Esri Science Symposium, you must be registered for the Esri User Conference (Esri UC). If you have already registered, you will have access to the symposium.