Student Posters at GEOINT Foreword

Be sure to check out the research of college and high school students during GEOINT Foreword!

Download college student poster abstracts

College Students

“Misdiagnosis of ADHD in the Black Community”
Phillip Agbesi, North Carolina Central University

“How to Steal an Election: Gerrymandering in America”
Andy Avilia, George Mason University

“Remote Sensing in Agriculture”
Raven Balthrop, North Carolina Central University

“Using the NC Vital Statistics Database to Examine the Spatial Distribution of Ulcerative Colitis in North Carolina”
Cory Caddell, North Carolina Central University

“Mapping Water Depths at Different Tide Levels”
Josh Calloway University of South Carolina

“The Use of Different Optimization Algorithms to Define Service Areas of Police
Stations for Portugal”
André Filipe Mendes Duarte, NOVA Information Management School, Universidade Nova de Lisboa

“The Rise of Cocaine Supply Into the US Since 2016”
Marisela De La Cruz, Penn State University

“A Spatial Data-Driven Response to the Opioid Epidemic in Massachusetts”
Parker Edmonds, Northeastern University

“Examining Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley Farmland Streambank Restoration Practices Utilizing Geospatial Technology”
Rhiannon English, James Madison University

“Developing Iso Clusters On GIS Using UAV Orthophotography”
Katherine E. Gates, North Carolina Central University

“Monitoring Radioactive Releases from Fukushima: A Comparison of Data and Models”
Carolynne Hultquist, Penn State University

“1906 vs. 2018, Earthquake Impact on San Francisco”
Jong Su Kim, University of Southern California

“Augmented Reality for Terrain Visualization in Support of Mission Planning and Professional Development”
Jacob Marchillo, U.S. Military Academy at West Point

GIS for the Analysis of Botanic Gardens and Plants”
Madison Mays, University of Redlands

“Revelations from Lidar: Maya Ground Reconnaissance”
Kevin Mercy , University of Southern California

“Assessing California’s Thomas Wildfire and Debris Flow Risk with Multispectral Imagery”
Erik Neeman, University of Utah

“Using Sentinel-2 Data to Analyze Maritime Patterns in the South China Sea”
Nicolette Niemiec, University of Redlands

DEEPNET – An Extensible Enterprise Framework for Rapid Geospatial Image Dataset Production”
Tyler Nivin, University of Missouri – Columbia

“Your Tweets Are My Targets: Open Source Tracking of Adversary Weapon System Development”
Molly Phillips, U.S. Air Force Academy

“Spatial Analysis Flood Risk Assessment for the City of Boston”
Rebecca Reuss, Northeastern University

“Predictive Analysis on V2 Strikes in WW2 London”
Ryan Smith, Penn State University

“Food Security: Low Income vs High Income Neighborhood Nutrition Sources”
Tysean Wooten, North Carolina Central University


Tampa-Area High School Students

USGIF selected these students from the Hillsborough Regional STEM Fair in February for the best use of GEOINT to solve a real-world problem.

“Effect of Various Pooling Methods on Robustness to Adversarial Examples in Convolutional Neural Networks”
Dean Alvarez, Strawberry Crest High School

“Reverse Electrodialysis for Power Production from Saline Gradients”
Elizabeth McCaffrey, Carrollwood Day School

“How Does the Loft on a Golf Ball Affect How Far the Ball Goes?”
Hailey Morrell, Wharton High School

“Effects of Fertilizer on Cultural Eutrophication and Novel Ways to Prevent It”
Shruti Tamhane, Wharton High School