many thanks for the strong turn out at our February event. A good time was had by all.
The pace of geoinnovation remains relentless and as such we turn our attention to our next event. At 18:30 on Thursday the 25th of April we’ll be back at UCL, this time in the Chadwick Lecture Theatre (in Basement of the Chadwick building - we’ll post signs).
As always many thanks to UCL for hosting us, and to our sponsors who make the whole thing possible. So that we can get a handle on numbers please sign up on the Lanyrd page for the event, where you can also find a map.
Our speaker line up is looking very good,
nevertheless we may be able to squeeze in one more. (Edit: we’re now full for this event, but please let us know if you’d like to speak in the future) If anyone is interested (or have an interest in speaking at future geomobs) please get in touch - the easiest way is by pinging us on twitter.
We look forward to hearing from the following speakers:
- Brendan Gill of OpenSignal
- Vasanth Subramanian of Locatable
- Benedikt Gross of the Royal College of Art
- Jon Corbett of the University of Britisch Columbia
- Phillip Ronnenberg of OpenPositioningSystem
- Gary Gale will close with a look at Vaguely Rude Place Names
I hope you will agree it looks like a promising lineup. Please arrive promptly. As per long standing #geomob tradition the talks will be followed by discussion and geobeers at a nearby pub.
I am look forward to toasting you all with geobeers on April 25th.