Greetings, spatalists!

Registration is open for the 9th Annual Mississippi Geospatial Conference. This conference is the single largest gathering of geospatial professionals in the state (and surrounding areas). Registration and payment confirms you as a dues-paying member of the Mississippi Association for Spatial Technologies, who organizes the conference.
The conference will be held on Thursday, October 21st and Friday, October 22nd. We will be having a hybrid approach this year, with the in-person part of the conference taking place at the University of Southern Mississsippi’s Gulf Park campus in Long Beach, MS.


Prices will vary based on the type of attendee and their attendance. Please review the breakdown below:

Attendee TypePriceBenefits
In Person$75Attendance to the largest gathering of geospatial professionals in the state, 2 meals, MAST membership for one year, swag bag
Virtual$35Access to conference stream, MAST membership for one year
Student$25 (or $0 )Attendance to the largest gathering of geospatial professionals in the state, 2 meals, MAST membership for one year, swag bag, entry into poster competition
Vendor$350Vendor table, in-person attendance for up to 4 individuals, one-year membership in MAST for those 4 attendees, logo in agenda, full-page ad in agenda

Attendees are invited to submit a 10 – 15min presentation for the conference. To get more information or submit a presentation, please check here.


Each year at the conference, students are invited to submit their work to our poster contest. This is a great opportunity for students to display their work and network with geo-spatial professionals. Additionally, the winner will receive the Mike Miller Memorial Scholarship.


Presentation, sponsorship, and student participation in the poster competition are encouraged.


Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you soon.

About the author

Courtney Menikheim is an Application Developer at GEO Jobe GIS Consulting. They have been a member of MAST since 2015, and have served as the Secretary since 2019.

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