A guided poster is a poster accompanied by a short (3‐ to 5‐minute) oral summary of the research problem, data, methods, and findings, followed by a one‐on‐one or small group discussion at individual posters. All oral summaries will be given at the beginning of each guided poster session before participants disperse to the poster boards around the room. Oral summaries must be given without the use of additional AV equipment (e.g., laptops and projectors). Each presenter will be provided a 4' tall x 8' wide board on which to display their poster and materials.
First, second, and third place awards will be determined following the competition sessions. The prizes are:
o First place-$300
o Second place-$200
o Third place-$100
An undergraduate award may also be made to an outstanding undergraduate researcher. The first place award will be presented at the AAG Annual Awards Luncheon and the luncheon fee will be covered for the first place winner. The committee reserves the right to not offer such prizes if the posters are not of appropriate quality.
Posters and oral summaries will be judged on potential contribution to one or more of the sponsoring fields (Remote Sensing and GIS), originality, appropriate use of methodology, organization and composition, clarity, and appropriate use of graphics. Evaluation will take into account the academic level of the entrants.
Students who are interested should electronically submit the following to the RSSG Student Co-Director Qiuyan Yu (email@example.com):
o Abstract (due November 13th, 2019).
o A copy of the email receipt received from the AAG online abstract submission process (which includes the PIN, due November 13th, 2019).
o The advisor's form ( https://forms.gle/fd8HsfRmwU5gcbEJA ).
Please use "2020 AAG Student Guided Poster Competition" as the subject of your email message(s).
Qiuyan Yu ( firstname.lastname@example.org ), RSSG Student Co-Director
The Remote Sensing Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers is pleased to announce the 2019-2020 Guided Poster Competition for Students. Students from all academic levels are invited to submit guided poster that advance remote sensing and/or GIS. Research must have been completed within the past academic year as part of the applicant’s undergraduate or graduate studies. Guided posters must be created entirely by the applicant. While posters may include co-authors, the applicant must be primarily responsible for the research presented. Students selected as finalists will be placed in a special guided poster session at the Annual Meeting to be held April 6-10, 2020 in Denver, CO.
Guided Poster Information
We encourage studies on innovative remote sensing and GIS methods, concepts, theories as well as applications. Research must have been completed within the past academic year as part of the applicant's undergraduate or graduate studies and can include thesis/dissertation topics. The applicant must still be a student at the time of presentation. While posters may include co-authors, the applicant must be primarily responsible for the research presented.
|Presenter||Yanzhe Yin*, University of Georgia, Andrew Grundstein, University of Georgia, Deepak Mishra, University of Georgia, Lakshmish Ramaswamy, University of Georgia, Navid Hashemi, Emory University, Volunteered Foot-Traffic information for Analyzing and Mitigating heat hazards||5||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Kayla J. Bradford*, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Rocio R. Duchesne, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Remote Sensing of the Urban Heat Island Effect in Wisconsin||5||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Le Wang, Advisor, Weishan Bai*, , Incorporating machine learning in urban land use classification based on remote sensing data||5||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Thomas Mumuni Bilintoh*, Clark University, A method to compare cases concerning categorical transitions during various time intervals||5||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Kangsan Lee*, University of Arizona - Geography & Development, TLS vs UAS: Reconstructing microtopography of harvested fields||5||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Huihai Wang*, , Sidewalk anomaly detection using Mobile Sensor||5||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Sadie Murray*, , Nicholas Geron, Clark University , Marc Healy, Clark University , Deborah Martin, Clark University, John Rogan, Clark University , Optimal Spatial Arrangement of Juvenile Trees to Maximize Cooling in the Wilson Park Housing Authority Apartment Complex in Pittsfield, MA||5||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Ke Li*, SUNY-Buffalo, Le Wang, SUNY-Buffalo, Unmixing corn and soybean using Multiple Endmember Spectral Mixture Analysis (MESMA) based on Google Earth Engine||5||12:00 AM|
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