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GIS Day 2013 at the University of Oklahoma, Nov 20th 2013  


If you use geospatial technologies (remote sensing, global positioning system and geographic information system) in your research or course projects, please enter a poster that showcases your research activities.

Enter to Win prizes!

Participation includes lunch, t-shirt and poster mounting!

Free Printing for first 10 entries


Undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Oklahoma are eligible to participate


  • Three best posters will be given in both the undergraduate and graduate categories.
    1. First Prize:Chrome Book
    2. Second Prize: $100 pre-paid debit card
    3. Third Prize: $50 pre-paid debit card
  • One Student choice award by popular ballot will be given.

Winners will be announced and awards given at the GIS Day Expo.


Registration deadline: Monday, November 11th 2013

Poster submission deadline for free printing (first 10 entries): Thursday, November 14th, submit to Melissa Scott at

How to participate

  1. Complete and submit the registration form below.
  2. Prepare your poster to show your research activities. The content of your poster can range from preliminary results to the ready-for-submission-to-journal results. Free printing is available for the first 10 entries.
  3. Poster size is 48-inch in width and 36-inch in height.
  4. Display your poster by 10:00am at the GIS Day Expo on 11/20/2103. Easels form board and adhesive materials will be provided to all participants on site
  5. Attend your poster from 10:30am - 12:00pm (noon) to meet students and judges

Evaluation and Criteria

Entries will be evaluated by faculty judges from the GIS Day Expo committee.

Evaluation criteria is available at OU GIS Day Scorecard.


Please provide the following information to complete your registration. A confirmed email will be sent to you after your poster registration is approved.

Technical Support

  • For technical questions on poster preparation and evaluation, please contact Dr. Keith Brewster ( who leads the Student Poster Contest.
  • For printing contact Melissa Scott (
  • For accommodations on the basis of disability contact Melissa Scott at

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Registered Posters

Graduate Student

  • Mapping paddy rice using multi-temporal Landsat imagery in the Sanjiang Plain, Northeast China Jin, Cui

    University of Oklahoma

  • Modeling Seasonal Dynamics and Spatial Pattern of Seasonal Influenza at the Global Scale Tang, Shiyun

    University of Oklahoma

  • Modeling brome grass infestations in southwest Oklahoma using logistic regression Yan, Dong

    University of Oklahoma

  • A GIS Approach to Analyze Accessibility to the Cities in West Africa Adhikari, Pradeep

    University of Oklahoma

  • A CONUS-wide analysis of flash flooding: simulations, warnings, and observations Clark, Race

    University of Oklahoma

  • Mapping natural wetlands in Panjin , Northeast China, using multipl-temporal Landsat 8 images Yuting, Zhou

    Earth Observation and Modeling Facility

  • Land surface phenology and bird migration Batbayar, Nyambayar

    University of Oklahoma

  • Mapping paddy rice agriculture in Yangzi river of China using multi-temporal OLI images Wang, Jie

    Earth Observation and Modeling Facility

  • A Suite of GIS-based Tools for Siting Low Impact Development in an Urban Watershed Martin-Mikle, Chelsea

    University of Oklahoma

  • Parallel Quadtree Coding of Large-Scale Raster Geospatial Data on Multicore CPUs and GPGPUs. Kaligirwa, Nathalie

    University of Oklahoma

  • Warm vs. Cold Holiday Crime Analysis in Houston, Texas Holmes, Sean

    University of Oklahoma

  • Exploring Vulnerabilities in the September 2013 Colorado Front Range Flood Fagan, Emma

    University of Oklahoma

  • Mapping the Arab Spring through Late-Night Humor Heitmeier, Brooks

    University of Oklahoma

  • Locating Potential Micro Hydropower Sites on Lake Thunderbird Watershed through InVEST Reservoir Hydropower Model & Map Algebra Guo, Lei

    University of Oklahoma

  • Stream channel burial in a mixed land-use watershed: A case study of the Lake Thunderbird watershed in central Oklahoma Wilgruber, Nick

    University of Oklahoma

  • Vulnerability assessment of potential sea level rise on Nile Delta Egypt Hasan, Emad

    University of Oklahoma


    University of Oklahoma

  • A Cloud-based Global Flood Disaster Community Cyber-infrastructure (CyberFlood) Wan, Zhanming


  • Mapping mid-latitude Africa based on photos from 'Geo-Referenced Field Photo Library' Lee, Chanmi

    University of Oklahoma

  • Landsat and MODIS Fusion for Disturbance Analysis in New Zealand Owsley, Braden

    University of Oklahoma

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