2019 Fall Fling

Please join CUGOS, the UW Taskar Center for Accessible Technology and local OpenStreetMap community for an exciting one-day meeting on Pedestrian/Bike/Transit Access, Open Source Geospatial tools and data and Social Justice in and beyond the Puget Sound region.

The event promises to be the largest Fling in CUGOS history, and will provide unprecedented opportunities for open geospatial software and open data collaboration. The Fall Fling is designed for anyone with an interest in maps, open source software, or open data.

This conference is a great opportunity to:

We welcome all students, professionals, map lovers, coders, and anyone with a passion for learning about spatial information.

When? Sunday October 6th, 2019, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Where? Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA. Bill & Melinda Gates Center for CS & Engineering(CSE2)
How? Register here!
Speak! Submit an application to give a talk or workshop!

Sponsors Volunteer Location Code of Conduct
schedule

We're working on a great schedule for this year. Take a peek at the schedule from the 2017 Spring Fling to get a sense of what to expect. If you'd like to give a talk or think you know someone who would give a great talk submit an application here.

sponsors

Interested in sponsoring this event? Send us a message at hello@cugos.org.

volunteer

We are a small team of CUGOS regulars focused on putting together a great event for the broader geospatial community. Interested in helping out? Sign up here.

location

Bill & Melinda Gates
Center for Computer Science (CSE2)

Address
3800 E Stevens Way NE
Seattle, WA 98195