GIS RESEARCH DAy

Date: Friday, 29 November 2019

Time: 10 a.m. to 1: 30 p.m.

Location: Bata Library Room 411

EVERYONE WELCOME! Advance registration as well as registration at the door will be available.  REGISTER HERE.

Registration will also be available at the door.

Further Information contact: madgichelp@trentu.ca

GIS Research Day Speakers

Time Speaker Affiliation Title of Talk
10:00 Coffee / Welcome    
10:15 Dr. Dennis Murray CRC, Integrative Wildlife Conservation; Director, Bioenvironmental Monitoring & Assessment Graduate Program  Novel application of remote sensing methods to monitor wildlife  responses to climate change
10:30 Jenn Baici PhD Candidate, Environmental & Life Sciences Employing GIS to study the size and distribution of Ontario's wild turkey population
10:45 Dr. Catherine Eimers Trent School of the Environment What lies beneath – the pervasiveness of tile drainage in southern Ontario
11:00 Debbie Jenkins PhD Candidate, Environmental & Life Sciences Biotic interactions govern spatial distribution of coexisting herbivores in  the Canadian Arctic Archipelago; a case for conservation planning
11:15 Dr. Joshua Synenko Coordinator Media Studies; Cultural Studies Department GIS in media theory: Exploring technologies of mobility, memory, visual culture, and space in pedagogical research
11:30 Elora Tarlo Trent Graduate, Bachelor of Environmental Resource Science & Studies Mapping soil carbon: helping both farmers and our environment
11:45 Jennifer Angoh Trent Graduate, M.Sc. Environment& Life Sciences Tiny Turtle in Thick Phragmites
11:50 Iain Greensmith Education Division, Esri Canada 2019 Esri Scholarship presentations 
11:55 BREAK Everyone GIS Day Cake and Discussions
12:15 Dr. Steven Franklin Trent School of the Environment New professional environmental graduate degrees and geomatics at Trent
12:30 Dr. Raul Ponce Trent School of the Environment GIS under space-time compression in the age of big geospatial data, artificial intelligence and climate change
12:45 Dr. Hugh Elton Ancient Greek and Roman Studies Feeding Constantinople
1:00 Dwayne Collins Digital Scholarship and Innovation Librarian Critical making, creative technologies, and understandings of space
1:15 Geoff Andrews

Barbara Znamirowski

GIS Programmer & Developer, Maps, Data & Government Information Centre

Head, Maps, Data & Government Information Centre

Collaborative Mapping of Trent Campus
1:30 TOUR   Tour of Critical Making Studio /  Data Visualization Lab / VR technologies