URSpatial Research Symposium Presentation Submission Form 2017

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Introduction: Complete this form to submit a lightning talk and/or poster presentation proposal for the 2017 URSpatial Research Symposium. Student and faculty presentation proposals are welcome!

Location and Time: The symposium will be held in Lewis Hall during 4-8 PM on March 14, 2017.

Deadline: Presentation proposals will be accepted until March 7, 2017 or until lightning talk time slots and poster presentation spaces are filled. Submit early to reserve your time slot or poster space!

Review: All appropriate presentations will be accepted. We will accept lightning talk presentation proposals until lightning talk time slots and poster presentation spaces are filled.

Confirmation and Scheduling: We will contact you by March 8, 2017 to confirm your presentation and provide details about either (1) when your lightning talk is scheduled or (2) where your poster will be situated in Lewis Hall.

Help: Please contact either Steven Moore or Lisa Benvenuti if you need help preparing your presentation or poster.

Additional requirements for lightning talks and posters are provided below:

Lightning Talks: Provide a PPT, PDF, video, or other media file to Steven Moore by Friday, March 10, 2017 at 9 AM.

Posters: A completed file to be printed (sized 30" X 40") must be submitted to Lisa Benvenuti by Monday, March 10, 2017 at 9 AM.

If you will be making this presentation with collaborators, please provide the names of your co-presenters here.

Presentation Type

You may present a lightning talk or a poster at the symposium.

Check "Lightning Talk" if you wish to do a 5-minute talk sometime during 4-6 PM on March 14, 2017. All lightning talks will take place in the Lewis Hall GeoLounge. Visuals will be presented on the large monitor at the west end of the lounge.

Check "Poster" if you wish to participate in the poster session to be held at the same time. Posters will be placed on tripods throughout Lewis Hall. You may stand by your poster and answer questions during the session.

Lightning-talk slots are limited!  If we run out of lightning talk slots, we may ask you to format your presentation as a poster.

List the disciplines addressed in your paper or poster.

In 250 words or fewer, describe your lightning talk and/or poster presentation. Include a statement of the problem or topic addressed in the paper or poster; spatial research methods employed to address the problem/topic; analysis methods; and results and conclusions.

After you submit your proposal, you will be redirected to a page that summarizes the information you have submitted. You will also receive an email that lists the information submitted in the form.