Seminar Series

Winter 2018
 

Date Program Speaker Title Details
Wednesday, January 10th
EnE
Nathaniel Chaney, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Princeton University
Harnessing Big Data to Rethink Heterogeneity in Global Hydrology Abstract/Bio
Thursday, January 11th
CE

Robbie Damiani
Ph.D. Candidate, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

Mitigation of Cracking & Increased Durability in Bridge Decks Abstract/Bio
Friday, January 19th
EnE
Alex Chow, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Forestry & Environmental Conservation Department, Clemson Universtiy
Forest Fire Alters Dissolved Organic Matter Exports from Forested Watersheds: Impacts on Water Quality & Treatability Abstract/Bio
Monday, January 22nd
EnE
Laurie Huning, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Scholar, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of California, Irvine
Improving the Understanding of the Spatial & Temporal variability of Hydrometeorology & Snow Proecsses Using a Novel remote Sensing Reanalysis Approach Abstract/Bio
Wednesday, January 24th
EnE
Ted Bohn, Ph.D.
Assistant Research Scientist, Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University
Displacements of Land & Water Use Along the US-Mexico Border in the Years Following NAFTA Abstract/Bio
Friday, January 26th
EnE
Fernando Rosario-Ortiz, Ph.D.
Shay Associate Professor, Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering, University of Colorado, Boulder
Environmental Photochemistry of Organic Matter Abstract/Bio
Thursday, February 1st
EnE
Jesus Gomez-Velez, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Hydrology, Department of Earth & Environmental Science, New Mexico Tech
Unpacking the Matryoshka Doll: The Nested Nature of Hydrologic Systems Abstract/Bio
Friday, February 2nd
EnE
Adeyemi Adeleye, Ph.D.
National Research Council Researcher, Environmental Protection Agency
Biogeochemsitry of Engineered Nanomaterials in Natural Waters Abstract/Bio
Wednesday, February 7th
EnE
Julianne Quinn, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Researcher, Cornell University
Designing Robust Multireservoir Operations to Manage Food-Energy-Water Tradeoffs in Multipurpose River Basins Abstract/Bio
Friday, February 9th
EnE
Amy Townsend-Small, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Director of Environmental Studies Program, Department of Geology, University of Cincinnati
Isotopic Constraints on Methane Emissions from the Natural Gas Supply Chain: Will Fugitive Emissions Overwhelm the Climate Benefits of a Natural Gas Energy Future? Abstract/Bio
Friday, February 16th EnE Haizhou Liu, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Chemical & Environmental Engineering, University of California, Riverside
UV Photolysis of Chloramines for Potable Water Reuse: Trace Organic Removal & Toxicity Implications Abstract/Bio