University of FloridaDepartment of Agricultural & Biological Engineering

Biocomplexity Engineering group seminars

Fall 2016 Schedule
Tuesdays 11:30 am-12:30 pm, Rogers 284 (Hydrological Modeling Lab).

Seminars contact: Ismael Rodea-Palomares

 

August

23

Galia Selaya

Postdoc Associate, Agriculture and Biological Engineering, UFL

Lessons Learned from the NSF Amazonian Knowledge Exchange Train (KET): Outreach Opportunities and Challenges for Scientists 

30

Natalie Nelson

PhD Candidate, Agriculture and Biological Engineering, UFL

Seasonal importance of hydrologic, biotic, and climatic drivers underlying dissolved oxygen dynamics in shallow tidal creeks

 

 

Ismael Rodea-Palomares

Postdoc Associate, Agriculture and Biological Engineering, UFL

Brainstorming session: Vision and Mission of Biocomplexity Engineering Group

September

6

Nikolay Bliznyuk

Assistant Professor. Agriculture and Biological Engineering, UF

Site occupancy models in ecology: statistical formulation and Bayesian inference and variable selection

13

Anne Elise Creamer

PhD Candidate, Agriculture and Biological Engineering, UFL

Carbon Dioxide Capture using MgO-carbon composites

 

Group activity

Group discussion on "Greening of the Earth and its drivers". NATURE CLIMATE CHANGE | VOL 6 | AUGUST 2016 | www.nature.com/natureclimatechange

 

20

Isaac Duerr

PhD Candidate, Agriculture and Biological Engineering, UFL

Statistical modeling of repetitive behavior data in psychiatry: basic techniques, semiparametric/functional models, and hidden Markov models

27

Cropper Wendell

Professor. School of Forest Resources and Conservation, UFL

Simulating the transition from even-aged longleaf plantations to old growth savannas using a coupled multiple model framework

October

4

Ana Conesa

Department of Microbiology & Cell Science, UFL & Head Genomics of Gene Expression Lab (CIPF, Spain)

Functional Genomics and Transcriptomics opprtunities and challenges for analysis and modelling

11

Kathleen Vazquez

Master Candidate, Agriculture and Biological Engineering, UFL

Evaluating FSMA Standards for Bacteriological Quality of Irrigation Water

 

Geraldine Klarenberg

Ph.D. Candidate, Agriculture and Biological Engineering, UFL

A fork in the road? Changes in Amazonian vegetation dynamics in the presence of infrastructure development and potential effects on ecosystem services

 

18

Isaac Duerr

PhD Candidate, Agriculture and Biological Engineering, UFL

Hunter Merrill

PhD Candidate, Agriculture and Biological Engineering, UFL

Nikolay Bliznyuk

Assistant Professor. Agriculture and Biological Engineering, UF

Predictive modeling of "big" utilities data: statistical and machine learning methods for predicting household water demand

25

David A. Kaplan

Assistant Professor, Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure & Environment, UFL

Socio-ecohydrology of a dammed Amazon

November

01

Ismael Rodea-Palomares

Postdoc Associate, Agriculture and Biological Engineering, UFL

Is chemical pollution an important driver of freshwater macroecological patterns at the European scale?

08

Miles Medina

PhD Candidate, Agriculture and Biological Engineering, UFL

What are the prospects for formulation of an effective and parsimonious deterministic model of phosphorous removal at Everglades STAs? A  nonlinear time series analysis

15

Mark. T. Brown

Professor
University of Florida
Environmental Engineering Sciences

 

Environmental Accounting: a systems perspective

22

Young Gu Her

Assistant ProfessorAgriculture and Biological Engineering, UFL

Watershed Dynamics Modeling using Time-Area Routing in R

 

29

Guillaume Lobet

Postdoc Associate, -University of Liege (Belgium)

Scientific valorisation: Getting the most out of your research

December

6

Ian Hahus

 

Alice Alonso

PhD Candidates, Agriculture and Biological Engineering, UFL

Hydrologic Modelling of the Everglades Water Conservation Area 1

 

Groundtruthing MODIS with water level measurements to assess a freshwater coastal wetland spatio-temporal dynamics

 

13

Emilio Garcia-Roselló

Professor. Department of Computer Science. University of Vigo (Spain)

The Global Biodiversity Facility (GBIF) and ModestR software family tools for macroecological studies from local to global scales

20

Biocomplexity Engineering Group

Alice Alonso

PhD Candidates, Agriculture and Biological Engineering, UFL

End-of-the-year wrap-up and celebration!

 

Practice for Ph.D. Defense "Untangling Complexity in Water-Subsidized Systems: the Tempisque Watershed and Degraded Palo Verde National Park Wetland (Costa Rica)"

 

 

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