Fall 2012 Civil Engineering Seminars

2012-2013 Civil Engineering CE 5990 Seminars

Unless otherwise noted, seminars are from 4:00–5:00 PM in Room 641 of the Dow Building.

Fall 2012

DatePresenter and AffiliationTitlePlace
9/06/2012Dr. Dale Tahtinen, Michigan Tech.Civil and Environmental Engineers Interaction with Legislative ProcessDow 641
9/13/2012Bonnie E. Zwissler, Michigan Tech CEE graduate student in geotechnical engineeringThe Impact of Freeze-Thaw on Cliff Recession at the Calvert CliffsDow 641
9/20/2012Scott Patterson, P.E. chief engineer, Acrow Corporation,
 
Acrow Products and Solutions for the Construction IndustryDow 641
10/04/2012Antonio Velazquez, Michigan Tech Civil and Environmental Engineering, PhD candidate in structural engineeringIn-operation Output-Only Identification of Wind Turbines Gyroscopic Effects using Parametric-Non-Stationary Subspace System Identification TechniquesDow 641
10/11/2012Mary Christiansen, Michigan Tech Civil & Environmental Engineering, PhD candidateGeopoly-what?:  An Introduction to Geopolymer CementsDow 641
10/18/2012Jeff Lidicker,  Michigan Tech Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental EngineeringAnalysis of an Electric Vehicle Subscription Service Business Model that Includes Battery SwappingDow 641
10/25/2012James A. Morrison, PE, Engineering Services Group Manager of Kiewit Engineering CompanyThe Engineer as Manager and LeaderDow 641
10/29/2012Ron Buckmire, a current program officer in the Division of Undergraduate Education at the National Science FoundationNSF TUES (Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) programDow 641
11/08/2012Renee Oats, PhD Candidate, Civil and Environmental EngineeringAn Evaluation of Using Digital Image Correlation for Condition Assessment of Bridge InfrastructureDow 641
11/29/2012Rachael Barlock, Graduate student, Civil and Environmental EngineeringBubble Plate for Erosion ReductionDow 641