Fall 2008 Geolunch
All Geolunches are hosted in the conference room in Mulford 111 (GIF Conference room) on Fridays from 1pm-2pm

August 22nd - Dr. Roeland de Kok, Dutch Institute for Photogrammetry, Geoinformation and Cartography, "GeoBia in practice, a variety of applications demonstrating sequential classification techniques."

August 29  -  Kristina Yamamoto, Dept. of Geography, University of Denver
“Hard and fuzzy remote sensing classification of Green Turtle nesting beaches in Turkey”

September 5 - No Geolunch -GIF Open House

September 12 - Alessandro Montaghi, visiting scholar, University of Florence, "Application of Airborne Laser Scanner (ALS ): Two cases in Italian forests"

September 19 - Kevin Koy, Geospatial Innovation Facility (GIF), UC Berkeley "Monitoring Land Cover Change in the Central Highlands of Vietnam and Lao PDR"

September 26 - Pamala Fox, Google, Mountain View, CA  "Geo Research Apps + Google Tools: Tips & Tricks"

October 3 - Tomislav Hengl - University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, "Automated Analysis of Height Data in R+SAGA"
October 10 - Ryan Branciforte, Director of Conservation Planning, Bay Area Open Space Council, "A Regional Conservation Plan for Biodiversity in the San Francisco Bay Area – Upland Habitat Goals"

October 17 - Nicholas Clinton, ESPM, UC Berkeley, "Object-based Accuracy Assessment Measures using Berkeley ImgSeg"

October 24 - Tosha Comendant, Conservation Biology Institute, Corvalis, OR, "Databasin.org - A Conservation Data sharing Tool"
October 31 - Robert Van Buskirk, Physicist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), “Using Kite Aerial Photography for Creating Carbon Credits in Rural Africa"

November 7 - Jeremy Freund, Geospatial / IT Specialist, UC Berkeley College of Natural Resources

November 14 - CANCELLED

November 21 - Kyle Holland, ESPM, "Lidar fusion using image space transformations and focal planes"

November 28  -  No Geolunch - Thanksgiving

December 5 - CANCELLED

December 12 - Brian Quinn, GIS City of Berkeley, McGill University, "Explorations, Publishing GIS Data as Immersive 3D Services"