Pei-Cheng Ku University of Michigan, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Abstract: Gallium nitride (GaN) semiconductors are best known for their revolutionary applications in creating significant energy savings for electric lights (Nobel Prize in Physics 2014). Unlike silicon and the majority of other compound semiconductor materials, GaN is piezoelectric due to its wurtzite symmetry which is […]
Want to learn how to maximize your success in an internship? Join us to learn more about how to stand out to prospective employers, tips on transitioning into the role and managing work projects and relationships. Hear from a Mines student panel on ways to stand out, their own internship experiences and useful advice. Co-hosted […]
Dr. Trevor Partridge, United States Geological Survey Thursday, April 21, 2022 in BE 241/ Zoom, 4-5PM Is Expanding Irrigation a Feasible Climate Change Adaptation Strategy for U.S. Agriculture? Abstract: Irrigation can increase current crop yields, make marginal land suitable for production, and is often slated as a key climate change adaptation strategy. However, future water […]
Non-class day on Friday, no exams on Monday, April 25, 2022.
Join us in the Boettcher Room for a performance by the Delta Sound. They are a five-piece ensemble that plays 70's and rock covers.
The Mines/NREL Nexus and the Mines CCUS Innovation Center with Research and Technology Transfer, Academic Affairs and Global Initiatives at Mines invites you... As part of a collaboration between Mines and NREL, on April 25 we will be hosting at Mines a workshop on carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS). This CCUS workshop between Mines and […]
The Mines/NREL Nexus and the Mines CCUS Innovation Center with Research and Technology Transfer, Academic Affairs and Global Initiatives at Mines invites you to: The Mines/ NREL CCUS Workshop 9am - 12pm: Instrument overview by Micromeritics 12pm - 1pm: Luncheon 1pm - 5pm: CCUS workshops (a) Capture and Conversion; (b) Geosequestration; (c) Analysis (Policy and […]
Teams Meeting · 1/24 1pm – 1:30pm · 2/28 1pm – 1:30pm · 3/28 1pm – 1:30pm · 4/25 1pm – 1:30pm Campus units have a parallel mission and goals to the Mines DI&A Strategic Plan. The DI&A leadership team will hold monthly meetings to help 1) facilitate collaboration; 2) amplify and support each other’s program and activities; and […]
With the current transition in energy sources from fossil fuels to renewable energy to address the world's climate change crisis, new attention is being paid to the uses and potential of geothermal energy. Geothermal energy has been used by humankind for millennia, but it has been overshadowed by faster growing renewable energy sources such as […]
Please join the Payne Institute for Public Policy at the Colorado School of Mines as we welcome Adrian Tuck, Chief Executive Officer, Uplight, presenting a virtual seminar titled Building a Unicorn in the Clean Energy Market – Lessons from the Field on Tuesday, April 26, 2022 from 9:30am – 10:45am (MT). TOPIC: BUILDING A UNICORN […]
Please join the Payne Institute for Public Policy at the Colorado School of Mines as we welcome Jay Hakes, Presidential and Energy Historian, Author, and former Administrator of the U.S. Information Administration, presenting a virtual seminar titled University Research for the Future of Energy on Wednesday, April 27 , October 29, 2022 from 1:30pm – […]
Celebrating Faculty Excellence Student Center Grand Ballrooms Music, appetizers and beverages: 3:30p.m. Ceremony starts at 4:00p.m.
Hi Friends, Exploration and Strategy Sessions on Engineering Sustainable Futures at Mines Campus leaders want to gather your ideas for a new initiative at Mines: Engineering Sustainable Futures. We will […]
https://mines.zoom.us/j/94681477082?pwd=bW5lQkdYK1dhQzU2dSs3ejJlaTh0UT09 Password: 425854 1/20 9:30am – 10am 2/3 9:30am – 10am 2/17 9:30am – 10am 3/3 9:30am – 10am 3/17 9:30am – 10am 3/31 9:30am – 10am 4/14 9:30am – 10am 4/28 9:30am – 10am The classroom equity and inclusion learning community is a space for instructors to engage in dialogue and learn about […]
On April 29th, 2022, Clayton Radke from the University of California Berkeley will give a talk entitled "Black Holes and Dry-Eye Amelioration."
Join the Hennebach Program in the Humanities alongside MME and local and regional award-winning writers, poets, and artists for an Ekphrastic evening of lights, art, and sound! Ekphrastic art is simply this: it is when one art form (such as poetry) is used to inspire or inquire or impress on another (such as music). So […]
https://mines.zoom.us/j/91857107926?pwd=U3UvT09pa3UzVFFmUEQ2dDQvWGEwQT09 Password: 195994 1/24 12pm – 12:30pm 2/7 12pm – 12:30pm 2/21 12pm – 12:30pm 3/7 12pm – 12:30pm 3/21 12pm – 12:30pm 4/4 12pm – 12:30pm 4/18 12pm – […]
Join us for undergraduate research posters, food, drinks, and physics! CoorsTek lobby