Posts Tagged civil engineering

Cornell University

Energy Studies in the College of Engineering contacts Prof. J. W. Tester: Director, Sustainable Energy Institute, Cornell Center for a Sustainable Future 607-254-7211 http://www.cheme.cornell.edu/cheme/people/profile/index.cfm?netid=JWT54 jwt45@cornell.edu overview Philosophy behind the minor: “Providing affordable energy to meet the demands of both developed and developing nations without further damaging the natural environment and the Earth’s climate system, is […]

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UC Berkeley

The Berkeley Energy and Climate Institute contacts Daniel Kammen, Director of Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory (RAEL) ; overview course ER-100 Energy and Society. (510) 642-1139 http://kammen.berkeley.edu/ kammen@berkeley.edu  Arpad Horvath, Engineering and Project Management Program Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Interests include life-cycle assessment. Environmental assessment of civil infrastructure systems. (510) 642-7300 http://www.ce.berkeley.edu/~horvath/ horvath@ce.berkeley.edu […]

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McMaster University (CA)

McMaster University Center for Climate Change contacts Altaf Arain, Associate Professor (School of Geography and Earth Sciences) Director, McMaster Centre for Climate Change arainm@mcmaster.ca http://www.science.mcmaster.ca/geo/faculty/arain/index.html (905) 525-9140 ext. 27941  (CA) eng. dept Dr. Krantzberg G., Professor Department of Civil Engineering and Director, Centre for Engineering and Public Policy. krantz@mcmaster.ca http://www.eng.mcmaster.ca/civil/facultypages/krantzberg.htm 905-525-9140 x 24287  (CA)(department) eng. […]

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Stanford University

Atmosphere/Energy Civil and Environmental Engineering contacts Mark Z. Jacobson professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Department of Energy Resources Engineering. Director of Atmosphere/Energy program. jacobson@stanford.edu http://cee.stanford.edu/programs/atmosenergy/faculty/layout.php?sunetid=jacobson overview Atmosphere/ Engineering is an interdisciplinary degree linking atmospheric and energy sciences with energy engineering.  Climate change is very closely related to the energy technologies.   Joining the disciplines allows […]

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