SPRING 2005 SEMINARS

 

     

1. Friday, January 28, 2005, Room 825 SWM at 3:30 PM

Speaker: Professor Menahem Elimelech, Department of Chemical Engineering Environmental Engineering Program, Yale University

Chemical and Physical Interactions in Bacterial Adhesion and Transport


2. Friday, February 4, 2005, Room 825 SWM at 3:30 PM

Speaker: Patricia Culligan, Associate Professor , Department of Civil Engineering & Engineering Mechanics Columbia University , New York

Direct Observations of Particle Behavior in a Porous Medium: Evidence of Particle Entrapment and Hindrance


3. Friday, February 11, 2005, Room 825 SWM at 3:30 PM

Speaker: Dr. Nikhil Krishnan , Earth Engineering Center, Department of Earth & Environmental Engineering Columbia University , New York

Methods and Applications of Life Cycle Material and Energy Flow Analysis in Product/Process Comparisons and Design


4. Friday, February 18, 2005, Room 825 SWM at 3:30 PM

Speaker: Dr. Raymond Farinato , Cytec Industries

Designing Polymers for Waste Water Flocculation and Dewatering


5. Friday, February 25, 2005, Room 825 SWM at 3:30 PM

Speaker: Nathaniel Egosi-President & CEO RRT Design & Construction, RRT Engineering, LLC

SOLID WASTE ENGINEERING : Designing Modern and Efficient Plants

 


6. Friday, March 11, 2005, Room 825 SWM at 3:30 PM

Speaker: Dr. Rachel A. Brennan, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University , University Park , PA

From Shrimp Dinners to Superfund Sites: The Use of Chitin for the Bioremediation of Chlorinated Solvents


6. Friday, March 25, 2005, Room 825 SWM at 3:30 PM

Speaker: Professor Vijay Modi , Chair, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Columbia University

The Energy Ladder


7. Friday, April 1, 2005, Room 825 SWM at 3:30 PM

Speaker: Jessika Trancik, Postdoctoral Resarch Fellow, Earth Institute, Columbia University

Affordable Energy From the Sun;Challenges and Opportunities

8. Friday, April 8, 2005, Room 825 SWM at 3:30 PM

Speaker: Professor Christine Shoemaker Joseph P. Ripley Professor of Engineering, School of Civil & Environmental Engineering Cornell University , Ithaca , NY

New Systems Methods for Analyzing Environmental Problems with Application to Watersheds and Bioremediation of Groundwater


9. Friday, April 15, 2005, Room 825 SWM at 3:30 PM

Speaker: Rafael L. Bras Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge , MA 02139

Saving Venice from High Tides: The Case for Mobile Gates


10. Friday, April 29, 2005, Room 825 SWM at 3:30 PM

Speaker: Michael A Principe New York City Department of Environmental Protection Bureau of Water Supply

Meeting the needs of Millions: New York City’s Approach to Water Stewardship