The Geospatial Information Systems for Transportation Symposium
April 14-17, 2020
Workshops TUESDAY, April 14th, 2020
For more information: https://www.gis-t.org
Call for abstracts is open
Submit Abstracts Here
Deadline: November 15th, 2019
GIS-T encourages presentations covering completed or ongoing projects, including lessons learned. If your proposal is based on a planned or incomplete project, state this clearly in your abstract. Presenters will be given 25 minutes, and leaving 5 minutes for questions. Submit your proposal as soon as possible through our electronic submission link.
List only those co-presenters who will be present during the conference. Please list credit for other contributors within the presentation itself.
- Presenters and co-presenters are required to register for at least one day of the conference.
- Presentations that do not have a presenter or co-presenter registered 10 business days prior to the conference will be canceled and replaced.
- No preference will be given to any presenter for particular conference days.
All presentations will be posted on the Conference Web Site (https://gis-t.transportation.org/) following the conference. All presenters acknowledge the GIS-T Task Force's right to post their presentations. Presentations must be submitted in electronic format to the Symposium Moderator at the time of presentation. The presentation cannot be larger than 7MB.
GIS-T does not have a template for presenters to follow or use in the creation of presentation slides. If you have any question please contact Eric Green, Program Chair, email@example.com.
Complete the GIS-T Presentation Submittal Form on the GIS-T web site link. If you have any questions regarding a paper submission please contact Eric Green.
To recommend a workshop at GIS-T 2020 send an email to Joe Hausman with the title, a description of the topic of your proposed workshop up to two hundred words in length, and the name(s) of the workshop instructor(s). Workshops are 4 hours in length.
Round Table Topic Submittal
You may submit suggestions for a round table topic. The round tables are facilitated discussions on timely topics relevant to the theme of the conference. They typically last 1.5 hours with 1-3 facilitators with strongly
encouraged group participation. A round table topic should include a description of the proposed topic and likely facilitators. Submit proposals directly to Jim Mitchell or Shawn Blaesing by December 20th.