The Academic Hub at Geo Week offers a unique opportunity to tap into the wealth of knowledge and expertise fostered at leading universities. Presented and organized by ASPRS, the Academic Hub is where it all comes together, with formal presentations, academic posters, and more!
Take a seat in the Academic Hub and hear about the latest geospatial research projects and discoveries in presentations delivered by students and professors. Taking place from 11:00am -12:30pm and 2:00pm – 3:30pm on Monday February 12 and Tuesday February 13 in the Mile High Ballroom, these sessions include:
More than 20 research posters will be on display during Geo Week in the Academic Hub, located in the Mile High Ballroom, with designated times from 10:00am – 10:30am on Monday February 12 and Tuesday February 13 where you can meet with students and academics to learn about their research. Find the list of posters here and here.
Geo Week is exploring holding a 90-minute career development meet and greet on Monday, February 12 where students can meet with select exhibitors to learn about the companies and job opportunities. Check back in December for more information!
Note: Only full-time undergraduate or graduate students qualify for the free Student Exhibit Hall Only Pass or the Student Conference Pass Rate. Please be prepared to show proof that you are a full time undergraduate or graduate student upon badge pick up. The following are acceptable credentials: an unofficial transcript showing enrollment through the Fall of 2023 or student ID indicating 2023.
How can I present in the Academic Hub?
Sorry, all speaking slots are already filled.
How can I display a research poster in the Academic Hub?
Sorry, all research poster slots are already filled.
I’ve already been told that my presentation and/or poster have been accepted. What next?
Geo Week and ASPRS will be in touch soon with next steps and the details you’ll need for a successful presentation and/or poster. For questions, you can reach ASPRS at [email protected].
Explore the forefront of geospatial innovation by engaging with the latest research projects and discoveries. Learn about new sensors, algorithms, workflows, and use cases that are shaping the future of geospatial science and technology.
Interact with professors, researchers, and students who are at the forefront of geospatial studies. This is a chance to ask questions, seek advice, and gain a deeper understanding of the intricacies of geospatial research, applications, and techniques.
The Academic Hub serves as a meeting point for like-minded professionals, academics, and students. Forge valuable connections, exchange ideas, and potentially collaborate on future projects or research initiatives. Additionally, there will be opportunities for current students to meet with potential future employers.
Attending Academic hub sessions can spark creative thinking and inspire attendees to incorporate novel approaches and concepts into their own work, pushing the boundaries of what's possible.
For academic institutions, the Academic Hub serves as a platform to showcase research achievements and contributions to the geospatial community. It can also attract potential collaborators and students interested in pursuing geospatial studies.