Seminars

Environmental Engineering ENVE 5992 Seminars, Spring 2016

Unless otherwise noted, 3:05 pm - 3:55 pm, Mondays, Dillman Hall Room 214.

DatePresenter and AffiliationTitle Place


01/25/2016

Dr. Veronica Webster, Associate Professor Michigan Tech Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
 

Long Term Flood Risk Projections for a Changing Environment


214 Dillman

02/01/2016

Bharathi Bhattu, Environmental Engineering Graduate Student

Oil Spills and a Classification Based on Vulnerability Index

214 Dillman

02/08/2016

Kaye LaFond

Communicating Science and Data: Thoughts of a (Somewhat) Reformed Engineer

214 Dillman

02/15/2016

Renn Lambert, LimnoTech

Hydrodynamic and Sediment Transport Models to support USEPA's response to the 2010 Kalamazoo River Oil Spill

214 Dillman

02/29/2016

Venkata Krishna Sairam Nujalla

Power Plants Environmental Impact

214 Dillman

03/17/2016

Dr. Nancy Auer, Biological Sciences

The future for sturgeon: Dams and Fish Passage

642 Dow

03/21/2016

Mashad Saleh


Shawn Conard

A Case Study of An Environmental Crisis: Drinking Water Contamination in Flint, MI


Modeling Bioenhanced DNAPL Dissolution: Inhibition Kinetic Effects

214 Dillman

03/28/2016

Becca Green


Ninad Mohale

High-Tech Analysis of Low-Tech Methods for Sustainable Class A Biosolids Production


Plastic Pyrolisis- Dealing with Plastic Pollution

214 Dillman

04/04/2016

Juelun Wang


Jasmine Miller

Influences of Climate and Land Use Change on Hydrology and Water Resources


Assesment of Emissions of Crumb Rubber Modified Asphalt

214 Dillman

 04/11/2016

 Snigdha Prakesh


Gayatri Jagtap

 Impact of Soil Erosion on the Environment


Air Pollution and Pollutants: Ozone and Smog

 

214 Dillman

 04/18/2016

 Lindsey Watch, Environmental Engineering Ph.D. Candidate

 Modeling Evaluation of Hydrodynamic and Microbial Controls of Dense Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid Dissolution

 214 Dillman

Civil Engineering CE 5990 Seminars, Spring 2016

Unless otherwise noted, seminars are from 4:00–5:00 PM in Room 642 of the Dow Building.

DatePresenter and AffiliationTitle Place
01/14/2016 Ms. Ingrid Sandberg, P.E. Engineering design and construction in Alaska 642 Dow
01/28/2016 Dr. Bill Bulleit, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering The Engineering Way of Thinking 642 Dow
02/11/2016 Benjamin Winter, PhD Candidate, Civil Engineering Wireless Structural Control using Multi-Step Sensor Placement Bandwidth Allocation 642 Dow
02/18/2016 Adjunct Professor William Leder, P.E. Spanning the Keweenaw Waterway During a Prolonged Outage of the Portage Lake Lift Bridge 642 Dow
02/25/2016 Hui Yao, PhD Candidate, Civil Engineering Molecular Dynamics (MD) Simulation of Physicochemical Properties of the Asphalt Model 642 Dow
03/03/2016 Christopher Van Arsdale, PhD Candidate, Civil Engineering How Graduate Students can be Engaged in Technology Transfers 642 Dow
03/17/2016 Dr. Nancy Auer, Biological Sciences The future for sturgeon: Dams and Fish Passage 642 Dow
03/24/2016 Terry Stepanski, PE, Senior Project Manager, Michigan Dept. of Transportation Project Overview for the 20 year I-94 Expansion 642 Dow
03/30/2016 Dr. Amlan Mukherjee, Associate Professor, Civil Engineering Model Thinking 642 Dow
04/07/2016 David Nelson, PE, Senior Research Engineer, MTU MTTI The Civil Engineer as an Air Force Base Engineer 642 Dow
04/14/2016 Mr. Richard O. Anderson, P.E., Dist. M. ASCE Geotechnically Related Failures of Projects 642 Dow
04/21/2016 Huijun Shoa, Research Engineer, School of Transportation, Tongji University
Dr. Xuelian Li, Associate Professor, Department of Road Engineering, Collge of Traffic and Transportation, Changsha University of Science & Technology
Evaluate the Aging Degree of Asphalt
Flame Resistance of Warm Mix Asphalt with Flame Retardant Additives

642 Dow