Abstract Submission Deadline for the ESRI International User Conference Extended to November 6, 2009
ESRI invites users to tell their GIS story by sharing their experiences with GIS and presenting during a moderated session at the 2010 ESRI International User Conference (ESRI UC). The deadline for abstract submissions has been extended to November 6, 2009.
The ESRI UC is the world’s largest GIS event, providing an ideal forum for the global ESRI user community to communicate its innovative projects. Presenters can choose from more than 40 tracks covering different industries, technologies, and science and modeling.
“Playing an active role in the conference adds value to your experience,” says ESRI president Jack Dangermond. “It’s an opportunity to share what we’re all looking for—how to do things better.”
Presentation resources available at the conference include presentation room equipment and Internet access as well as the on-site Speaker Coaching Lab. Terry Richard, a GIS analyst for the City of Burnaby in Canada, said, “As a first-time presenter, I was impressed with ESRI and its multimedia staff. Their assistance enabled my group to experience a successful presentation.”
The 2010 ESRI UC will be held July 12–16 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. Submission guidelines for ESRI software users and business partners are available online. Abstracts can be submitted at www.esri.com/ucpapers.