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Welcome to the 22nd Annual California GIS Conference. CalGIS 2016 will take place May 10-12 at the Sheraton Park Hotel at the Anaheim Resort.

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Wednesday, May 11 • 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Student Competition & IGNITE Session

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Student Competition
Students of geospatial technology in California colleges were invited to submit abstracts and videos for their projects to compete for the opportunity to present at CalGIS 2016. This session features the finalists who will present their work and answer questions from the panel of judges and the audience. Judges will then deliberate and select the winners. Your attention and encouragement for these future GIS practitioners is welcomed

  • Teresa Hodges - Chicago Crime: Taking it to the Streets: Analyzing Gun Crime through Neighborhood Street Configurations 
  •  Thomas Crimmel - North County Food Policy Council Web App 
  •  Kari Palm - Highway Bridges at Risk in San Diego County


IGNITE
A big hit every year, IGNITE presentations (also known as lightning talks) are limited to five minutes (20 slides auto-advanced at 15 seconds each). The best presentations are both educational and entertaining!

  • Quick Maps Using Micorsoft's Excel Power View and Power Map
    Fred Dominguez, GISP, Research Analyst, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
  • Crowdsourcing Bike Parking Locations with Esri's GeoForm
    Carrie Carsell, GISP - Senior GIS Specialist - Fehr & Peers
  • California GIS Council
    Mark Greninger, LA County Geographic Information Officer, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles, CA
  • GIS Professionals Affecting and Affected by Public Policy Issues
    Bruce Joffe, GISP, Principal, GIS Consultants, Piedmont, CA

Speakers
avatar for Carrie Carsell, GISP

Carrie Carsell, GISP

Senior GIS Specialist, Fehr & Peers
Carrie Carsell is a Senior GIS/Visual Communications Specialist and has worked with GIS and graphic design since 1998. As an avid visual communicator, Carrie focuses exclusively on advanced spatial analysis and converting technical information into attractive and effective illustrations for communication. She's a passionate believer in the importance of compelling visual images for advocacy, public education and enabling decision makers to... Read More →
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Fred Dominguez, GISP

Research Analyst, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
Current work involves data analysis using an array of statistical and database, along with mapping platforms to create strategic reports that are easily understood. | | Previous work involved constructing health disparities maps for community based organizations.
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Mark Greninger

Geographic Information Officer, County of Los Angeles
Mark Greninger is the Geographic Information Officer of the County of Los Angeles. He graduated from Stanford University in 1996 with a degree in Environmental Geology, but quickly became passionate about GIS and has been in the field since then. He began his work at the Environmental Protection Agency in San Francisco. After building a GIS system for the EPA, he moved to the County, where he now oversees the deployment and effective use of... Read More →
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Bruce Joffe, GISP

Principal, GIS Consultants
Principal of GIS Consultants, Bruce provides GIS planning and implementation management services, organizational therapy and geospatial public policy assistance, over 36 years. Bruce is Chair of the California GIS Council's UAS Policy Work Group, member of the GIS Council's Geodetic Control Work Group, Past Chair of URISA's Policy Advisory Committee, and past member and Secretary of the URISA Board of Directors.


Wednesday May 11, 2016 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Park Ballroom

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