Calendar

Sep
8
Tue
2015
Seminar: Infrastructure, Policy and Red Tape @ Hodson Hall 203
Sep 8 @ 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm

Today, Tuesday 9/8, Caitlin Doolin of the Baltimore City Department of Transportation is opening up the discussion of the city’s role in the partnership between drivers and bicyclists.

From the Car to the Bike: Infrastructure, Policy and Red Tape

 

Livable streets that prioritize walking, biking and transit are proven to improve quality of life, improve economic value of neighborhoods, address equity issues and improve health and safety of our cities. It can seem like while the rest of the world is taking off with protected bike lanes and premium transit investments, Baltimore is struggling to catch up, but the reality is this paradigm shift from the car is difficult everywhere. Believe it or not it was even difficult in Copenhagen 40 years ago! Come learn and engage in a discussion about how infrastructure, policy and politics are shaping how our urban streets serve bicyclists.

Mar
9
Wed
2016
2016 Systems Institute Symposium @ Charles Commons Conference Center
Mar 9 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

2016 Systems Institute Symposium

“Diverse Perspectives in Systems Engineering”

 

Lawrence "Dale" Thomas, Professor and Eminent Scholar, College of Engineering. (Michael Mercier/UAH).

Keynote Speaker:

L. Dale Thomas, Ph. D., P.E.
Professor and Eminent Scholar in Systems Engineering
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering & Engineering Management
The University of Alabama in Huntsville

“The Intersection of Needs, Methods, and Trends in Systems Engineering for Aerospace and Defense”

 

 

 

More details here.

Center for Systems Science and Engineering