Franklin Dollar University of California, Irvine - Department of Physics and Astronomy Abstract: Through the use of high power, short pulse lasers, a technology which warranted the 2018 Nobel Prize in […]
William Tarpeh from Stanford University will give a talk entitled "Electrochemical Wastewater Refining: Reframing Nitrogen Pollutants as Products."
Nasr Ghoniem UCLA, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department Abstract: Extreme-environment materials present some of the most significant challenges to the development of many advanced technologies in the nuclear, aviation, space, […]
Career Day is only the kick-off to the job search! This workshop will help to debunk myths about the job search, while offering tips and tricks for staying motivated, managing your time, and implementing a strategic job search. This event will be in-person only in the Student Center Ballroom D. If you cannot attend in-person […]
We welcome submissions addressing any aspect of teaching ethics across the curriculum. For this year's conference, we have a special interest in approaches for teaching environmental ethics, with possible topic areas including (but not limited to) climate change, food and/or water security, energy production and use, literature and the environment, development and community engagement, risk […]
Xi Chen from the City University of New York will give a talk entitled “'Hygroscience' for Evaporation Energy Harvesting."
The purpose of these monthly meetings is to engage all departments and campus units in guiding Mines DI&A, support your unit DI&A diversity efforts, share best practices as we implement our Strategic Plan for DI&A, and facilitate communication between the campus community and leadership. These meetings are open to the general campus.
Sergio Carbajo University of California-Los Angeles, Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) and Physics Departments Stanford University, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory Abstract: Photon and particle sources are powerful tools with extremely high societal impact because they underpin myriad groundbreaking scientific, technological, and medical advancements. Topological and structured photonics can probe, excite, and manipulate matter with unparalleled […]
Please join the Mines Global Energy Future Initiative and the Payne Institute for Public Policy at the Colorado School of Mines as we welcome Allyson Anderson Book, Vice President of Energy Transition, Baker Hughes, presenting a virtual seminar titled Sustainability and the Supply Chain on Thursday, October 14, 2021 from 11:00am – 12:00pm (MT). TOPIC: SUSTAINABILITY AND THE […]
Matthew Green from Arizona State University will give a talk entitled "Next-generation polymers for membrane separations, CO2 capture, and advanced materials."
Non-class day, campus open
Extracting Accountability: Engineers and Corporate Social Responsibility is newly published by The MIT Press. Smith, trained as an anthropologist, is Associate Professor in EDS and Director of the Humanitarian Engineering & Science graduate program. Extracting Accountability is available open access or for purchase at The MIT Press.