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Seminar Series: Teaching Humanitarian Engineering, An Aus...


DATE: December 09, 2020

Seminar Series: Teaching Humanitarian Engineering, An Aus...

FEATURED PRESENTERS : Dr. Tanja Rosenqvist, Dr. Nick Brown, Dr. Jesse Austin-Breneman

Humanitarian Engineering is a rapidly growing field of research, practice, and education in Australia. Ten Australian universities have launched programs or courses in Humanitarian Engineering over the past five... Read More

Seminar Series: Introduction to UBORA, a New Platform for...


DATE: November 18, 2020

Seminar Series: Introduction to UBORA, a New Platform for...

FEATURED PRESENTERS : Dr. Carmelo De Maria, Dr. Jesse Austin-Breneman

Open source design can increase access to medical technologies. When device blueprints have open access, they can potentially reduce the costs of design, management, maintenance and repair. Open Source Medical... Read More

How to Measure the Impact of Rural Infrastructure in Emer...


DATE: October 28, 2020

How to Measure the Impact of Rural Infrastructure in Emer...

FEATURED PRESENTERS : Abbie Noriega, Oliver Bagwiza, Avery Bang

How many people use a new trailbridge in rural Rwanda? Determining the reach of investments such as transportation infrastructure is difficult in rural areas, where data connectivity is low... Read More

Seminar Series: From Desalination to Kidney Disease, Engi...


DATE: October 14, 2020

Seminar Series: From Desalination to Kidney Disease, Engi...

FEATURED PRESENTERS : Dr. Natasha Wright, Dr. Jesse Austin-Breneman

Most drinking water treatment projects in resource-constrained contexts focus on microbial contamination. That makes sense, due to its large disease burden and high associated childhood mortality. However, drinking water... Read More

Seminar Series: A New Approach to Equitable Building Desi...


DATE: September 09, 2020

Seminar Series: A New Approach to Equitable Building Desi...

FEATURED PRESENTERS : Dr. Esther Obonyo, Dr. Jesse Austin-Breneman

Low-income households disproportionately bear the impacts of unhealthy buildings. Unhealthy in that they are vulnerable to disaster and use energy inefficiently, among other deficiencies. Unsurprisingly, these households are also... Read More

Seminar Series: New Approaches to Monitoring Complex Agri...


DATE: August 12, 2020

Seminar Series: New Approaches to Monitoring Complex Agri...

FEATURED PRESENTERS : Dr. Erica Gralla, Dr. Jesse Austin-Breneman

Meeting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will require adapting complex global and local human systems. International development practitioners require tools to understand and monitor these systems, but... Read More

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