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Events

Ulrike Heine Lecture – Fall 2012

Ulrike Heine’s research focuses on the design, detailing, simulation, and evaluation of a ZERO ENERGY HOUSE that can be adapted to various Southern climactic conditions using passive energy strategies and natural materials. The Zero Energy House demonstrates how architectural design and planning can achieve a low-energy home from natural materials...

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Ximing Cai Lecture – Fall 2012

Ximing Cai Lecture Dr. Ximing Cai, Professor and the Ven Te Chow Faculty Scholar in Water Resources in the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, spoke at the CSS lecture series Friday. click here to view the full lecture “Reservoir Reoperation to Balance Human and...

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Ben Hobbs Lecture – Fall 2012

“What’s the Most Efficient Use of our Limited Water and Money? Engineered Avulsions for Land Building in the Delta” Benjamin F. Hobbs  earned a Ph.D. in Environmental Systems Engineering from Cornell in 1983. He holds the Theodore M. and Kay W. Schad Chair of Environmental Management at the Johns Hopkins...

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Chip Groat Lecture – Fall 2012

Charles “Chip” Groat, Ph.D., is the founding president and CEO of The Water Institute of the Gulf. Groat is  a globally recognized expert on earth sciences, energy, resource  assessment, groundwater issues and coastal studies. Along with the  decades of experience he brings from the United States Geological  Survey, academia and...

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