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Welcome to URISA’s GIS-Pro 2020 — A special virtual edition for challenging times.
We invite you to review the agenda, block your calendar, and join us virtually for URISA’s 58th Annual Conference. Our community has always been resilient and eager to help each other through a crisis. Be engaged. Ask questions. Explore solutions. Make the most of this opportunity. Be safe.

Workshops will be presented ’live’ on September 23 & 24 and after GIS-Pro on October 6 & 7. Attendance at one workshop is included with full registration.

Note that all times in this online agenda are presented in CENTRAL Time (URISA’s office is in Chicago).

You must be registered to access the online platform (which is not this Sched agenda). 

Main conference site: www.gis-pro.org 
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Daynan Crull

New Light Technologies, Inc.
Sr. Data Scientist
Daynan Crull work as a data scientist has centered on informatics (data retrieval and inference related to information systems) as related to urban dynamics and the built environment. He is currently a Sr. Data Scientist with NLT, where he supports the firm’s overall data science capabilities and specializes in applications of satellite data for research and decision-making for clients in international development.

Prior to NLT, Daynan served as a consultant to the World Bank using satellite data to understand economic activity and the impacts of COVID-19. Before that, he was a Sr. Data Scientist at GeoPhy, a real estate data company, where he contributed to the development of the firm's models and methodology and led several research and development efforts in applied machine learning.

Previously, he served the City of New York for several years, most recently as Director of Strategy and Performance for the NYC Dept. of I.T. and Telecoms. and before that as a Sr. Policy Advisor in the Mayor’s Office and as part of Michael Bloomberg’s special task force for rebuilding and resiliency following Hurricane Sandy.

Daynan received an M.S. in Applied Urban Science and Informatics from NYU and a B.A. from DePauw University. He serves on the board for 100cameras, a non-profit dedicated to teaching photography, and lives in New York City. When he's not bending your ear about data science, he’ll talk about his wife’s brilliant writing, NYC, music, stand-up comedy, and astronomy. But not pie graphs.

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