2013 AEESP 50th Anniversary Conference

Environmental Engineers and Scientists of 2050: Education, Research, and Practice

July 14 - 16, 2013


Conference Program

The Conference program, containing a listing of all oral presentations and much more, is available for download as a PDF file (570 KB).
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A listing of all posters is available as a downloadable PDF document. Download...

Sunday • July 14, 2013

9:00-12:00Workshops and Activities
12:00-1:00Lunch*
1:00-4:00Workshops: 5 in parallel
4:30-6:30 Welcome Reception (Colorado School of Mines Geology Museum - Located at the corner of Maple and 13th Streets, Golden)
 Dinner on your own

* Working lunch in CAREER Workshop 1a

Monday • July 15, 2013

7:30-8:30 Continental Breakfast
8:30-9:35Plenary Speaker
9:35-9:50Break
9:50-11:35Oral Presentation Sessions
1aNew Perspectives and Approaches to Environmental Engineering and Science Pedagogy
3aMicropollutants and the long-term impacts of today's practices: Assessing sustainability in 2050 by understanding the current fate, removal, and biological impacts of micropollutants
FaWatershed Management
5Unconventional Gas Development: Environmental Implications and Public Engagement and Education
9Air Quality Challenges for the Environmental Engineer of 2050
2Global Biogeochemical Cycles in the Anthropocene
11:35-1:15Lunch
1:15-3:20Oral Presentation Sessions
1bNew Perspectives and Approaches to Environmental Engineering and Science Pedagogy
3bMicropollutants and the long-term impacts of today's practices: Assessing sustainability in 2050 by understanding the current fate, removal, and biological impacts of micropollutants
FbWatershed Management
7Water-Energy Nexus: Advanced materials for sustainable water and energy
13Multi-disciplinary research centers
3:30-5:30Poster Presentations
B.Advances in Environmental Engineering Education and Outreach
C.Micropollutants
F.Watershed scale management
I.Air Quality and Risk Assessment
J.Drinking Water Quality and Treatment
K.Microbial Processes
L.Remediation Technologies
N.Wastewater Quality and Treatment
6:30 History Colorado Center and Buffet

Tuesday • July 16, 2013

7:30-8:30 Continental Breakfast
8:30-9:35Plenary Speaker
9:35-9:50Break
9:50-11:35Oral Presentation Sessions
10Integrating Engineering in Developing Communities/WASH into the Curriculum
BSustainable development and education
4New Adventures in reactive flow through porous media
DIntersection of Water and Energy
11aRedox transformations of waterborne pollutants for water resources sustainability
AEnvironmental life-cycle assessment of infrastructures
11:35-1:15Lunch
1:15-3:20Oral Presentation Sessions
CSustainable Cities
8Environmental Nanotechnology - Designing "safer" nanoparticles: The need for interdisciplinary education and research
6Microbial Electrochemical Remediation and Resource Recovery
G,HWaste to Energy; Zero waste realization
11bRedox transformations of waterborne pollutants for water resources sustainability
3:30-5:30Poster Presentations
A.Sustainability and Sustainability Assessments
D.Intersection of Water and Energy
E.Climate change
G.Waste to Energy
H.Environmental Nanotechnology
M.Surface and Subsurface Hydrologic Processes
6:00Banquet


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