Workshop on i-Tree Tools for Humanitarian Engineering in Central America
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
11:00 am - 3:15 pm
Location: Baker Lab 438 and 439
Event Description: This workshop relates to student and faculty research and course opportunities on humanitarian engineering in lower income countries.
Professor Andrea Micangeli and his team from University of Rome Sapienza will present on their use of i-Tree tools and other approaches for designing sustainable energy and water systems for communities in Central America. Members of i-Tree tools team, including Dr. Ted Endreny of SUNY ESF ERE, Dr. Dave Nowak of the USDA Forest Service, ERE graduate students, will be working with this University of Rome Sapienza team to identify strategies for better using and developing the i-Tree tools.
This workshop discussion is open to all who care to participate. We encourage those interested in joining our team of field engineers and scientists on the next Central American or African humanitarian engineering project. The seating is limited to approximately 20 people.
A break for lunch will be taken between 1 and 2:30 pm.
Sponsor: ERE and University of Rome Sapienza
Thursday, November 23, 2017
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