Arnaud is a graduate student in GIS, a researcher at the Center for Information Convergence and Strategy at SDSU, and a GIS consultant for GENI and the SIMCenter. Back in France, where he is originally from, Arnaud graduated in Geography with honors.
I'm currently the Lead Instructor of Environmental Applications of GIS, an elective in Penn State's Online Master of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) program, a Technical Consultant for a collaborative research initiative at the University of Michigan, and the Founder & Director of Emerging GIS Leaders. I'm also a Certified GIS Professional (GISP)
San Diego Union Tribune
Aaron has been the SDUT Deputy Graphics Director for the past 3 years and News Artist since 2006. Aaron has earned multiple Press Club News Association awards for his Info Graphic work. He has Proficient knowledge and use of computer and software programs used in graphics work. (Including Adobe Products,Flash, ActionScript, HTML, CSS, XML, NewTek LightWave for 3D modeling, Motion, Keynote, Microsoft Office, ESRI ArcView for GIS mapping and basic scripting/programming)
Tim works in the California Regional Office at Esri where he works with GIS users throughout the state with a particular emphasis on local government and the San Diego region. He is based in San Diego.
Rupert works in the ArcGIS development team at Esri where he works on user interface and documentation. Originally from Leicester in the English Midlands, he is now based in San Diego.
World Resources SimCenter
Quentin Gregg is a recent graduate from UCLA's Geography/Environmental Studies program, where he also completed a minor in GIS and Technologies. He is now applying his education here in San Diego as a GIS Research Associate at GENI's World Resources SimCenter and at the San Diego Archaeological Center. His current project has him converting national renewable energy maps of the US, China and India to ARC GIS Online. In addition he is developing time zone modeling maps of global energy demand.