Senior Capstone Projects represent the culmination of the educational experience, integrating the classroom with real world problems. The students handle open-ended engineering and computational problems whose solutions require a synthesis of engineering knowledge, computational analysis, creativity, market needs, safety and esthetics. Projects are supervised by instructors and industry mentors. Senior Capstone Project Presentations – April 2020
CNRE Research Seminar Series The seminar series will offer a great opportunity for participants to learn about ongoing research within SEAS and network with experts to foster professional growth of CNRE affiliates. CNRE invites you to broaden the knowledge base, discuss emerging topics and provide feedback on current research. Future topics include emerging research on… Tue Nov 19 CNRE Seminar: Dr. Daniel B. Gopman, Ultrathin Magnetic Films for Future Nanoelectronics
CAM-STAR Research Seminar kicks off with Dr. Hessam Yazdani | School of Engineering & Applied Sciences
UDC Graduate Open House Tuesday, October 22, 2019 Student Center – Heritage Hall GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS at SEAS Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MSCE) Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS) Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (MSME) Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science & Engineering… UDC Graduate Open House Tuesday, Oct 22, 3-6pm Van Ness Campus, Heritage Hall, Student Center
Dr. Hossain Azam, PE Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering Department of Civil Engineering Office: Bldg. 42/Suite 213 I Curriculum Vitae Research Interests Water and wastewater treatment Solid waste management with leachate treatment Municipal and industrial wastewater treatment Groundwater remediation Resources recovery Energy and the environment Water-energy-food-climate nexus Environmental chemistry and microbiology Experimental (field/lab) and… Dr. Hossain Azam, P.E.