The Centroid hosts a Geospatial Brown Bag Lunch series that welcomes presentations by professors, researchers, students, and industry professionals to share their work related to GIS and geospatial technologies. Subjects can range from learning how to make your first online map to Applications of ArcGIS in Global Health in Africa. 

Bring your lunch and come enjoy an hour of stimulating discussion!

 

Fall 2017 Brown Bags:   

Topic Presenter Date and Time Location
LiDAR’s Transformative Power: How LiDAR is transforming the practice of archaeology and rewriting the pre-history of the Americas (PDF)

Videos of presentation

Stephen Leisz and Chris Fisher, Dept. of Anthropology and Geography Wednesday, September 13

12 – 1pm

Morgan Library Room 203
State of the Poudre: Mapping the Health of the Cache la Poudre River (PDF)  Jared Heath, City of Fort Collins Wednesday, September 27

12:15 – 1:15pm

Morgan Library Room 203
NASA DEVELOP Program (PDF) Timothy Mayer, NASA DEVELOP Center Lead, USGS at CSU Tuesday,   October 3

12:00 – 1:00pm

Morgan Library Room 203
Telecouplings and Land Use Changes in Transportation Corridors in SE Asia (PDF) Stephen Leisz Tuesday, October 17

12:00 – 1:00pm

Morgan Library Room 203
Application of LiDAR in Forestry and Ecology (PDF) Mike Falkowski, Dept. of Ecosystem Science and Sustainability Tuesday, October 31

12:00 – 1:00pm

Morgan Library Room 203
Opioid Mapping Jeremiah Lindemann, Esri Tuesday, Nov. 28

12:00 – 1:00pm

Morgan Library Room 203
Zoonotic Disease Transmission Usman Zaheer, Chloe Stenkamp-Strahm, David South

 

Thursday, December 7

12:00 – 1:00pm

TBA

 

Send us an email if you’d like to present a brown bag seminar next semester.

A list of past Brown Bags can be found on our Past Events Page