Inspiring stories from the world of science
Join us for this virtual symposium to explore biodiversity, climate, sustainability, geodesign, and more.
Dr. Healy Hamilton
Join Dr. Healy Hamilton is the Chief Scientist of NatureServe who specializes in biodiversity with graduate degrees from both Yale and the University of California, Berkeley. She has extensive field experience in the tropical forests of Latin America.
Dr. Dawn Wright
Dr. 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 virtual symposium with your peers to explore climate change, sustainability, visualization and geodesign of earth features, and related growth in geospatial technology for the betterment of science and society.
Attend the virtual Q&A
Participate in an enlightening discussion during the audience question and answer session.
Enjoy the virtual networking session
Benefit from conversations with your colleagues about the big issues in science today. Continue the conversation on Esri Community, where the GIS and geospatial professional community connects, collaborates, and shares experiences.Chat on Esri Community
Receive a free ebook
Each attendee of this year's symposium will receive a free ebook from Esri Press, GIS for Science: Maps for Saving the Planet, Volume 3.
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.