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Faculty Seminars on Energy & Climate

Apr

21

Friday
12:30pm - 1:30pm ET

Irving Institute/Online

Faculty are invited to join the Irving Institute for the next session of the Faculty Seminars on Climate and Energy, a new series of talks by and for Dartmouth faculty and researchers.

This session features a "Dartmouth Bioenergy Overview" by Paul E. and Joan H. Queneau Distinguished Professor of Engineering Lee Lynd, and "Optimizing Food Waste Disposal: Should We Centralize or Distribute?" with Stata Family Career Development Associate Professor of Engineering Vikrant Vaze.

Register

Lunch provided to in-person attendees who register by April 18. Optional Zoom link will be available.

Faculty Seminars on Climate and Energy is a new series of talks by and for Dartmouth faculty and researchers. The goal is to enable our campus community to integrate knowledge from a broad range of disciplines at Dartmouth, learn about each other's work, support faculty-to-faculty engagement, and brainstorm potential solutions to the climate crisis.

About the Speaker(s)

Lee Lynd
Professor of Engineering, Dartmouth

Lynd, the Paul E. and Joan H. Queneau Distinguished Professor of Engineering, engages in a range of activities with the overarching goal of cost-effective production of cellulosic biofuels that benefit people and the environment.

Vikrant Vaze
Professor of Engineering, Dartmouth

Vaze, the Stata Family Career Development Associate Professor of Engineering, studies logistics and transportation; aviation; healthcare analytics; healthcare systems modeling; building energy analytics; systems optimization; game theory; data-driven and statistical modeling.

Contact

For more information, contact Irving Institute for Energy and Society at irving.institute@dartmouth.edu.