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- UNDERGROUND LUNCH & LEARN January 17, 2018
Join the underground community for their first Spring Lunch and Learn about the growing field of underground construction and tunnel engineering. As always, lunch will be provided.
- Heiland Lecture: SEG DL: Dr. William W. Symes January 17, 2018
“Advanced imaging for practitioners” Dr. William W. Symes, Rice University, Houston, TX Seismic migration has been a core geophysical technology for more than 50 years and continues to evolve …
- Energy Seminar Series: Rachel Slaybaugh January 17, 2018
Hall Hall 202 Dr. Rachel Slaybaugh presents: Advanced Solvers for Radiation Transport Abstract We need innovation in the nuclear space to enable new (and maintain existing) reactors, enhance nuclear s …
- Van Tuyl Lecture: Measurement of 3D Deformation of the Central Calaveras Fault at Coyote Dam Combining Ground-Based Radar and Spaceborne SAR Interferometry January 18, 2018
Charles Werner, Gamma Remote Sensing AG, Gümligen, Switzerland 241 Berthoud Hall “Measurement of 3D Deformation of the Central Calaveras Fault at Coyote Dam Combining Ground-Based Radar and Spac …
- Chemistry Seminar Series: TBA January 19, 2018
Dr. Jessica Drader Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (French CEA) Host: Assistant Professor Jenifer Shafer 219 Coolbaugh Hall
- Santi commentary on post-wildfire debris flows published in The Denver Post
A guest commentary on post-wildfire debris flows written by Paul Santi, professor of geology and geological engineering at Colorado School of Mines, was published in The Denver Post. The piece, " …
- Eggert interviewed by Phoenix New Times about uranium market
Rod Eggert, professor and Viola Vestal Coulter Chair in Mineral Economics at Colorado School of Mines, was recently interviewed by the Phoenix New Times about the global uranium market for a story abo …
- REU program alum wins AIChE award for research poster
A chemical engineering student won the poster competition at the 2017 American Institute of Chemical Engineers annual student conference for work based on research she conducted with Colorado School o …