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2016 Intermountain GIS Conference ~ April 4-7 ~ Great Falls, MT

GIS Expedition to Discovery


Congrats to the Poster Award Winners

MAGIP invites students and professionals to share their research and work or their cartography skills at the 2016 Intermountain GIS Conference. The Conference is a supportive environment for both students and professionals to present posters of their work. Any subject is acceptable as long as the entry contributes to the GIS profession and GIS is used in some form as part of the poster design. All entries will be evaluated for possible cash awards by judges during the conference. Please choose the best category fit for your poster. 

The deadline to submit posters ended March 21
The Poster Map Gallery Evening Reception is Tuesday, April 5

All persons submitting a poster will be expected to register for at least one day of the conference upon acceptance.

Contest Categories:

Information Usage (Student and Professional) - GIS-generated products which are used to convey information; or to synthesize multiple data elements; or to analyze and report results. 

Effective Cartography (Student and Professional) - Maps that effectively use cartography to convey the map message. The map is the main focus, but may include textual material and graphics.

Web Map / Web Application - Any application or web map can be submitted. A live demo will be held the morning of Wednesday, April 6.


Posters are not to exceed Arch E size (34" x 48") size.

Submitters are encouraged to spend time at their poster to answer questions during the Map Gallery Reception on Tuesday, April 5, 2016 at 5:30 pm. 

View the complete Call For Posters/Maps Announcement HERE


The Intermountain GIS Conference attracts a wide variety of GIS users from federal, state, tribal and local governments, and educational institutions as well as from private organizations.  This year, we are introducing two new topics to attract more local interest: Military and Agriculture. 

Our track leaders have identified many speakers already, but we are eager to hear from anyone who might be interested in responding to this call.  Our complete list of tracks includes:     

  • Tribal
  • Natural Resources /   Remote Sensing
  • Health
  • Military
  • Planning
  • Local Government
  • Public Works
  • Emergency Services / NG 9-1-1
  • Education
  • Survey
  • Mobile / Online Technology 
  • Agriculture
  • Volunteer GIS Work
  • Vendors (new products and services)

Papers will be presented: Wednesday, April 6 - Thursday, April 7

View the Schedule

You will receive notification of acceptance on or before March 2, 2016. Presenters will be expected to register for at least one day of the conference upon acceptance. Check for program schedule details as they become available on the 2016 MAGIP Intermountain Conference web site.

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