Dr. Jim Bowring, PhD, and four of his students are traveling to Seattle this week to present at the annual Geological Society of America (GSA) convention. Two of the students will be presenting their papers and the other two will present posters. All four presentations are the result of work done in Dr. Bowring’s CIRDLES.org lab.
On Tuesday, October 24 at 3:30 PM, Elaina Cole will present her paper “Engineering an Open Source Software Application, Library, and Web Service for Coordinate System Conversions” in Room 3B of the Washington State Convention Center, and closely following, at 3:40 PM, Tia Curry will present her paper “Middleware for Assisting the Registration of Samples (MARS),” also in Room 3B of the Washington State Convention Center.
On Wednesday, October 25, Tyler Newman will present his poster on “Engineering a Mobile App for Geochron.org” and Jake Marotta will present his on “Topsoil: Community-Driven Replacement for Isoplot Data Visualization” at the day-long poster session in Hall 4EF of the Washington State Convention Center.
Congratulations also go out to Jake, Elaina, and Tia who all won small travel scholarships from the College of Charleston for the trip!
The Geological Society of America is an international scientific society that serves members in academia, government, and industry around the world. Since 1888, GSA’s meetings, publications, and programs have enhanced the professional growth of geoscientists and fostered geoscience stewardship and service. GSA encourages cooperative research and public dialogue on geoscience issues and supports all levels of earth-science education.