Professional Development Seminars
Sponsored by BP
The UAA College of Engineering welcomes all students and local engineers to a seminar series which aims to foster collaboration and information exchange among Alaskan engineers.
Location: EIB - Engineering and Industry Building (2900 Spirit Dr), Room 211.
Parking is FREE on Fridays! Parking is available in the bookstore parking lot or across the street at the Health Sciences Building, with access to the EIB through the new pedestrian skybridge.
Time: Fridays from 11:45 am - 12:45 pm. Seminars will last one hour including Q&A.
*PDH CREDIT: To be eligible for PDH credit, a presentation must be viewed live or within 1 week of the presentation, and the related survey must also be completed/submitted within 1 week of the presentation.
|9/6/19||Photoreactivity of Petrogenic Dissolved Organic Matter||Phoebe Zito, University of New Orleans||1.0|
|9/13/19||Seasonal Solar Thermal Storage||Philip Hayes, P.E. (Alyeska Pipeline)||1.0|
|9/20/19||Sustainable Power Production by Biomass Gasification Internal Combustion Engine||Farshid Zabihian, M.E. (California State University)||1.0|
|9/27/19||Solar in Alaska||Michelle Wilber (ACEP)||1.0|
|10/4/19||Oil Beneath Arctic Sea Ice: Predicting Under-Ice Storage Capacity as a Means to Anticipate Oil Slick Spreading Under Ice||Kelsey Frazier, UAA Graduate Fellow with ADAC||
|10/11/19||Expedient Airstrips in NPRA, 1974-1981||Tom Brooks, P.E.||1.0|
|11/1/19||Security Costs in Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies||Dr. Sebastian Neumayer (UAA)||1.0|
|11/8/19||Integrated Design Considerations for Net Zero Energy, Resilient Solar Communities in the Canadian Context||Dr. Caroline Hachem Vermette (University of Calgary)||1.0|
|11/22/19||Enhancing Power Grid Resilience and Online Situational Awareness of Black-Sky Hazards||Dr. Payman Dehghanian (George Washington University)||1.0|
- People watching the seminar via livestream can only hear what is said into the microphone. During the Q&A session, the presenter should repeat any questions so the distance participants can hear them, too.
- Larger print on PowerPoint presentations make viewing easier for distance participants.
- Any pointer used in the presentation will not appear on the livestream, so verbal cues from the presenter are necessary.