Peter M. Mueller Co-Founder, EcoVapor Recovery Systems Emissions of methane, VOCs, NOx, and CO2 from oil and gas production facilities are coming under increased scrutiny by Federal, State, and even local jurisdictions, as well as the general public. Methane is a potent greenhouse gas, while VOCs and NOx are precursors to ozone formation. CO2 concentrations […]
Eric Mayotte Colorado School of Mines, Physics Department Abstract: Ultra-High-Energy cosmic rays (UHECRs) are the most energetic objects yet observed, and can have individual particle energies of 1020 eV. The field of physics which studies them is called astroparticle physics and it sits at the intersection of high-energy particle physics and multi-messenger astrophysics. The primary […]
A presentation that will provide attendees with the opportunity to gain insight into the importance of human labor and sex trafficking as well as how to recognize and prevent it. Presented by Professor Claude d'Estree who leads the Human Trafficking research program at the University of Denver and teaches on International Law and Human Rights
Please join the Payne Institute for Public Policy at the Colorado School of Mines as we welcome Dr. David Newbery, Emeritus Professor and Director of The Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG) – Cambridge University, presenting a virtual seminar titled The Evolution of GB Electricity Markets and Regulation on Wednesday, February 1, 2023 from 9am-10am MT. TOPIC: THE […]
A workshop hosted by WoAA featuring the company 81cents & Rora to help students get the tools, information, and data they need to negotiate their next offer more confidently. There will also be FREE PANDA EXPRESS provided! If you have any allergies or disabilities where you would need special accommodations, please contact Zoe Major at […]
Kyren Bogolub, Colorado Geological Survey Berthoud 241/ Zoom, 4PM, Thursday, February 2, 2023 The Colorado Geological Survey, Colorado Seismicity, and New Questions Abstract: The Colorado Geological Survey (CGS) has been a department in the Colorado School of Mines since 2013. It operates as a non-regulatory state agency providing science in service to the people of […]
Career Days at Mines last 2 days, but the communication doesn’t stop there. This workshop will explain what to expect after Career Days, from Next Day Interviews, to follow-up communications, to your continued career search.
Eric Furst, from the University of Delaware presents his talk titled "Dissipative Self-Assembly of Colloidal Dispersions."
WIRED! Prep with Reps is the opportunity for students to meet with representatives from 25 companies to get help preparing for Spring Career Days. At WIRED! Prep with Reps students can meet with employers to have their resume reviewed, practice their elevator pitch/Career Day booth approach, and complete practice interviews. Students can also get a […]
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. Please ensure that your unit has one representative present at each […]
Day 1 of the Spring 2023 Career Days! Different companies are attending each date, so make sure to attend both 2/7 & 2/8! Leading companies are looking for new employees with the skills necessary to take the world into the future, and you have the opportunity to connect with many of them. Build up your […]
Day 2 of the Spring 2023 Career Days! Different companies are attending each date, so make sure to attend both 2/7 & 2/8! Leading companies are looking for new employees with the skills necessary to take the world into the future, and you have the opportunity to connect with many of them. Build up your […]
Rui Qiao Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Virginia Tech Abstract: Oil from tight reservoirs has grown to dominate the liquid petroleum production in the U.S., which greatly benefits the petroleum industry. The industry, however, faces challenges in improving oil recovery from these reservoirs and reducing its carbon footprint. CO2 injection for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) […]
Please join the Payne Institute for Public Policy Sustainable Finance Lab at the Colorado School of Mines as we welcome Sam Arnold, Co-Founder and COO, CarbonPath, presenting at virtual seminar titled A Novel Approach to Fund the Premature Shutting Down of Oil and Gas Wells on Thursday, February 9, 2023 from 10am – 11am MT. TOPIC: A […]
Elizabeth Holley, Mining Engineering Professor Joint Geology & Geological Engineering and Mining Lecture Berthoud Hall 241/ Zoom, 4PM, Thursday, February 9, 2023 Responsible Critical Minerals Abstract: Policymakers in the United States and worldwide have called for net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 to slow the rate of global warming, but the transition to renewable energy and […]
James Crawford from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory will present his talk titled "Reactive Carbon Capture, Routes to Renewable Natural Gas."
Manuel A. Castellanos-Beltran NIST Abstract: Over the last two decades there has been tremendous interest in the advance of large-scale quantum computers. In particular, superconducting quantum processors has become the leading candidate for scalable quantum computing plat-form. Some of the initial research that paved the way for this field to take off was done at […]
Chris Atchison, National Science Foundation Joint Geology & Geological Engineering/ Geophysics/ Mining Engineering/ Petroleum Engineering Departments Lecture Berthoud 241/ Zoom, 4PM, Thursday, February 16, 2023 "Broadening Participation in Geoscience Field-studies through Inclusively Designed Communities of Learning" Abstract: Regardless of the discipline, field-focused coursework places an implicit prerequisite on the physical ability needed to navigate the […]
Edward Phelps from the University of Florida will present his talk titled "Engineered Models for New Insights Into Human Type 1 Diabetes."
Richard S. Bishop, International Oil and Gas Consultant Student Center Grand Ballroom/ Zoom, 4PM, Thursday, February 23, 2023 Origins and Habitats of Super-Giant Fields Abstract: The answer to what controls field size is relatively simple: it is the smaller of either trap capacity or volume of charge (Bishop et al., 1983). There is a growing […]
Richard S. Bishop, International Oil and Gas Consultant Student Center Grand Ballroom/ Zoom, 4PM, Thursday, February 23, 2023 Origins and Habitat of Super-Giant Fields Abstract: The answer to what controls field size is relatively simple: it is the smaller of either trap capacity or volume of charge (Bishop et al., 1983). There is a growing […]
The Mines Entrepreneurship Showcase is back, with more top entrepreneurial presenters and networking opportunities in the same great venue. Students, faculty, alumni, and regional friends are invited to connect on: The unique E&I Ecosystem at Mines and how to get involved, startup group stations for connecting on ideas and boosting ventures, success stories of Mines-alumni […]
Alberto Striolo from the University of Ohio, will present his talk titled "New Surfactants with Excellent Performance in the Energy and Materials Sectors."
Deji Akinwande The University of Texas at Austin Abstract: This presentation focuses on the discovery of memory effect in 2D atomically-thin nanomaterials towards greater scientific understanding and advanced engineering applications. Non-volatile memory devices based on 2D materials are an application of defects and is a rapidly advancing field with rich physics that can be attributed […]
The Vallejo Irvine Program for Professional Development (VIP) is proud to host our 2nd annual VIP Professional Development Symposium on Wednesday, March 1st from 4:00 - 6:30 pm in the Student Center Grand Ballroom. Sage B. Hobbs, host of “Race, Culture, & Beyond: A Naked Conversations Podcast Series” and author of Naked Communication, joins us to discuss […]
Robert Handford, Consulting Sedimentologist Berthoud 241/ Zoom, 4PM, Thursday, March 2, 2023 Laterally Accreting Slope-channels, Cyclic Steps, and Sediment Waves in a Not-So-Deep but Dynamic Basin, Mississippian Fort Payne Formation, Kentucky-Tennessee Abstract: The Lower-Middle Mississippian Fort Payne Formation in south-central Kentucky consists of carbonate-shale clinothems, which initiated along the abandoned, subaqueous delta front of the […]