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Two UB graduate students win the Best Research Proposal Award at national NCGIA conference

At the recent National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis (NCGIA) conference “Advancing Geographic Information Science: the Past and Next 20 Years” in Bar Harbor, Maine, a team consisting of two graduate students from UB (Jeon-Young Kang, Shiran Zhong) and two from the University of Maine (Stacy Doore, Matt Dube) won the Best Research Proposal Award. The team proposed to address: Healthcare associated infection risk assessment using sensor-based spatial-temporal network models.