Hundreds of MIT students, faculty and alumni attend the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting (TRB) in Washington, D.C. to present research, learn what’s new in transportation, and network.
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Undergrads are doing fieldwork on Hawaii, chasing the volcanic smog emitted by Kilauea to determine its chemical composition and how that changes as it is blown around the island. (Photo / C. Heliker, USGS)
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Two M.Eng students will study the Sparta aquifer in Arkansas to see if surface water can be added to the groundwater to augment water table levels without lowering water quality.
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Three M.Eng students will create a hydrological model of the Manafwa River basin, Uganda, as the first step in preparing an early warning flood system for the region.
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M.Eng. Structural and Geotechnical Engineering students travel to New York City late January to see exceptional examples of buildings, tunnels and other structures.
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Graduate student Naomi Stein will represent MIT at this annual event for young transportation professionals who gather in Washington, D.C. for an introduction to transportation policy.
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Engineers Without Borders is an international organization linking engineers with communities in need. Three CEE students blog about their work in Ddegeya, Uganda.
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Fourteen undergrads and seven advisors will spend two weeks on the big island of Hawaii studying the active volcano Kilauea January 16-30, and cloud-fed bogs in a state park the next week.
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The Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting (known as TRB) in Washington, D.C. is attended by about 10,000 people from around the globe. M.S.T. student Kevin Muhs is blogging.
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The four M.Eng students on Team LIS Solutions will work with the Singapore Public Utility Board to measure and control bacterial pollution in surface waters of the Kranji Catchment.
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