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November 16th, 2018
Call For Papers Open For EnerGIS 2019

The EnerGIS 2019 – Call for papers has opened.
If you are involved in the energy industry and focus on geospatial issues, please consider submitting an abstract! A wide range of topics and focus areas are welcome.
To learn more visit our call for papers webpage.

 

EnerGIS is also looking for deserving geospatial students.
Over the past several years EnerGIS has awarded in excess of $20,000 in scholarships and stipends to deserving students. Details and the application may be found on the
EnerGIS Scholarship webpage.

 

EnerGIS 2019 will be held April 25-26 in Canonsburg (suburban Pittsburgh) Pennsylvania.
Consider sharing your geospatial project, experiences, and knowledge with your energy focused GIS colleagues.