Prabhjeet Raj Singh, the vice president of the Infinity Engineering Group, Ltd., of North Vancouver, British Columbia, was honored on October 16 with a College of Engineering 2010 Outstanding Junior Alumni Award for “serving as a worthy ambassador for the college and demonstrating extraordinary effort and notable success in his early career.” Singh was co-leader of design teams working on both the Deh Cho Bridge in the Northwest Territories (still under construction) and the Golden Ears Bridge (Segment 3 land structures) in south central British Columbia, among others.
Dr. Casey Brown participated in the National Climate Assessment conducted by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. This began with the workshop entitled "Planning Regional and Sectoral Assessments for the National Climate Assessment," being organized by the Interagency National Climate Assessment Task Force and the U.S. Global Change Research Program. The workshop was be held on November 15-17,2010 at U.S. Geological Survey Headquarters in Reston, Virginia.
This article is the second in a series showcasing the accomplished graduates recently presented with Outstanding Senior and Junior Alumni Awards. Fairfax Station, Virginia, resident David C. Jeanes, the retired president of the Steel Market Development Institute,was honored on October 16 at the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a College of Engineering 2010 Outstanding Senior Alumni Award for having brought recognition and honor to the college through his professional achievements, leadership, and service to his profession, university, and society.
Dr. David Reckhow was invited to give a lecture at a special symposium sponsored by the Walkerton Clean Water Centre. He will be one of 7 invited speakers. The symposium focuses on the future direction of drinking water quality regulations in the US and in Canada. Dr. Reckhow presented results from his group's research over the past 10 years and placing into the context of current North American water quality regulations and changes that are needed in the future.
Casey Brown will present the new results of his work on climate risk management for Lake Superior in a special project meeting of the International Upper Great Lakes Study (www.iugls.org).
Dr. Song Gao attended the Annual Meeting of the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science (INFORMS), in Austin, Texas, to present research work and meet fellow researchers. Dr. Goa and PhD candidate He Huang presented a paper entitled “Optimal Paths in Dynamic Networks with Dependent Link Travel Times”. Dr. Gao and PhD candidate Xu an Lu presented a paper entitled “Information Impacts on Route Choice and Learning Behavior in a Congested Network: An Experimental Approach”.
Dr. Awade attended the CELLMAT 2010 conference on cellular materials in Dresden Germany. He presented results of research being conducted under the National Science Foundation grant "Reconfiguring steel structures: energy dissipation and buckling mitigation through the use of steel foam.”