Regional heritage in architecture and urban design

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Mentored by Teddy Cruz students Emma Feeney, Jamie Intervalo, Nathaniel Kwak and Charles Liu present their work on "Regional heritage in architecture and urban design" for the grand challenge "Sustainable Design of Buildings & Urban‐Ecological Landscapes" for the USP 187: Senior Sequence Research Project. For more information please see: http://seniorsequence.net/

Smart growth and new urbanism

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Mentored by Michael Stepner students Lisa Chau, Juliet Oh, Willy Staley and Danny Yunpresent their work on "Smart growth and new urbanism" for the grand challenge "Sustainable Design of Buildings & Urban‐Ecological Landscapes" for the USP 187: Senior Sequence Research Project 1.2.2. For more information please see: http://seniorsequence.net/

LEED criteria in theory and practice

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Mentored by Greg Nelson students Hooman Bamdad, Sean Mayer, Keri Robinson, Scott Roehrick present their work on "LEED criteria in theory and practice" for the grand challenge "Sustainable Design of Buildings & Urban‐Ecological Landscapes" for the USP 187: Senior Sequence Research Project 1.2.1. For more information please see: http://seniorsequence.net/

Data Mining for Scientific Applications

submitted by: SDSC

Natasha Balac discusses "Data Mining for Scientific Applications" at the Cyberinfrastructure Experiences for Graduate Students Spring Orientation Workshop in 2007. For more information see: http://www.sdsc.edu/us/training/index.html

wisskomm tv 21/08

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German vodcast about science communications." "Reach" und weiter Videos von Karen O. Lau und David E. Sanders - die Phoenix-Mission der Nasa - " Sternengucker " von Tanja Morschhäuser - Infos zu "Absolute Zero" bei Arte und als Video in englisch bei PBS/Nova - Video " Lord of the Ants " über E.O. Wilson bei PBS/Nova - Robotics Group der Jacobs University in Bremen -- Buergeruni.de sucht TED-Fans in Dresden - Via Uni Augsburg und...

The High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network (HPWREN)

submitted by: Hans

The High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network (HPWREN) is a National Science Foundation funded network research project, which also functions as a collaborative interdisciplinary and multi-institutional cyberinfrastructure for research, education, and first responder activities. The program includes the creation, demonstration, and evaluation of a non-commercial, prototype, high-performance, wide-area, wireless network in San Diego, Riverside, and Imperial counties.