Catch up on the latest news and events from the NC State Center for Geospatial Analytics
Center for Geospatial Analytics News
October 1, 2020
Tangible Landscape Research Honored
Research led by Ph.D. student Garrett Millar ranked in the top 5% of papers submitted to the 2018 ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, the premier international conference for Human-Computer Interaction.
Watch video of the research »
For Drone Research and Training at NC State, the Sky's the Limit
Looking to expand your skills in Unmanned Aerial Systems? Check out the center's graduate courses, workshops and UAS research programs. The next workshop starts March 6.
Explore opportunities »
Center Scholars Win Three of Four Prizes in Research Poster Contest
Krishna Singh, Georgina Sanchez and Nick Kruskamp swept three of the top four prizes in the research poster competition at the CNR Graduate Research Symposium.
Meet the center's winners »
Upcoming Event: Women in Data Science Panel
Faculty Fellow Laura Tateosian will speak at the Women in Data Science Panel discussion on March 15 at 5:30pm at D.H. Hill Library. All of the female panelists currently work at or graduated from NC State.
Learn more and register to attend »
Upcoming Event: 2018 Buchdahl Lecture
NC State's 2018 Buchdahl Lecture on Science, Technology & Human Values is March 16 at 5:30pm in Hunt Library. This year's focus: "Thinking Critically About Data in the Natural and Social Sciences."
Read more about the event and speakers »
Upcoming Event: Graduate Student Research Symposium
The 13th Annual NC State Graduate Student Research Symposium is March 21. Four of the center's Ph.D. students will compete with hundreds more in the poster session.
See the agenda and event details »
Geospatial Forum Spotlight: Synthetic Populations – Concepts and Applications in Geospatial Science
When data aren't available to describe individuals and households across large geographic areas, various information sources can be pooled to simulate them. Bill Wheaton, recently retired Senior Geospatial Scientist at RTI International, explains how geospatially explicit synthetic populations can help explore questions about risk, exposure, access and mobility on fine scales.
Watch the presentation on YouTube »
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