When: Thursday, November 7th, 2019. 9:00am - 4:30pm
Where: STEW 206, 214 & 278, Purdue University
Call for Presentations
1. Research Presentation: 15-minute presentation followed by Q&A.
2. Round-Table Discussion: round-table discussions with live demo or project display.
3. Student Lightning Talk: 5-minute talk to showcase your research that uses GIS as a component in any way.
4. Student Poster Competition*: Present your work and interact with audience during poster session. Enter the competition to win awards.
Submit your title and abstract to https://purdue.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7Wdtn3yE4R9htRz by Friday, Oct 25, 11:59PM. Abstract should be no longer than 250 words.
Purdue Libraries Esri Development Center Student of the Year Contest is now OPEN
The EDC Student of the Year is an annual award open to all Purdue students, sponsored by Purdue Libraries Learning Council. Its purpose is to recognize outstanding achievements in development of innovative tools, applications or techniques using ArcGIS platform. Each year the winner will be awarded with a plaque, cash prize (currently $500) and one Esri Developer Summit registration. To enter the contest, please submit your abstract here before Oct 25, 2019. For more details, please visit https://www.lib.purdue.edu/gis/edc
* Student Poster Competition Guidelines and RulesWho Can Enter
Purdue undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled at Purdue University (West Lafayette campus) are eligible to enter the contest. Students need to have a valid Purdue ID.
The monetary award (first prize = $100; second prize = $75; and third prize = $50) will be given to an individual, or divided evenly among the group if the submission is a team project. All monetary awards will run through the division of financial aid and post to any outstanding balance first before payment is made to any winner. Please note International students will need to fill out GLACIER and payment will process the same way and in accordance with any VISA requirements.