FALL 2004 SEMINARS

 

    1. Friday, September 17, Room 825 SWM at 1:00 PM

    Speaker : Dr. Patrick L. Kinney, Associate Professor
    Department of Environmental Health Sciences
    Mailman School of Public Health

    Assessing Public Health Impacts of Climate Change in the NYC Metro Area


    2. Friday, September 24, 2004, Room 825 SWM at 1:00 PM

    Speaker : Dr. Robert Farrato, Engelgardt Corporation

    From the internal combustion engine to the fuel cell: Moving towards the Hydrogen economy


    3. October 15, 2004, Room 825 SWM at 1:00 PM

    Speaker: Fabiola Brusciotti, graduate student, Department of Earth & environmental Engineering

    Removal of Arsenic from Water - An Electrochemical Analysis


    4. Friday, October 22, 2004, Room 825 SWM at 1:00 PM

    Speaker: Dr. Wolfgang Kinzelbach, Institute for Hydromechanics and Water Resources Management, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

    Sustainable Water Management in Arid and Semi-arid Environments


    5. October 29, 2004, Room 825 SWM at 1:00 PM

    Speaker: Dr. Antonio Vincitore, UTC Fuel Cells, South Windsor CT, 06074

    The Development of Fuel Processors for Use in Fuel Cell Applications


6. Friday, November 5, 2004, room 825 SWM at 1:00 PM

Speaker: Professor Paul W. Brandt-Rauf, Professor and Chair Department of Environmental Health Sciences
Mailman School of Public Health

Environmantal Cancer-Related Proteins: Molecular Structure to Molecular Epidemiology to Molecular Therapeutics


7. Friday, November 12, 2004, room 825 SWM at 1:00 PM

Speaker: Mr. Larry Beaumont,Vice President – Technologies for EAC Operations, Inc., and General Manager of eco/Technologies, LLC.

Reinventing the Future: How Looking Back Helps Us Look Forward


8. Friday, November 19, 2004, room 825 SWM at 1:00 PM

Speaker: Frank Zeman, Graduate Student, Department of Earth & environmental Engineering

Air Extraction: A bridge to renewable energy and competition for the hydrogen economy


9. Friday, December 10, 2004, room 825 SWM at 1:00 PM

Speaker: Peter Schlosser, Winton Professor, Earth & Environmental Engineering

Environmental changes in the Arctic: observations and causes