Lectures: SLSC Interdisciplinary Research & Design Studio

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Lectures: SLSC Interdisciplinary Research & Design Studio 2018-02-19T16:20:05+00:00

Sea Level Solutions Interdisciplinary Research and Design Studio

Hosted with Roberto Rovira Studio and Tiffany Troxler

Lectures will present a diversity of topics as they relate to research and design for resilient urban systems in the face of sea level rise. The lectures are part of a course that provides an innovative and creative platform to work collaboratively across disciplines to design and produce sea level solutions that are at once functional and visionary in their approach, in addition to serving as a model for our region and beyond. The focal project is located in North Miami Beach.

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. 

You can also dial in using your phone. 
United States: +1 (786) 535-3211 

Access Code: 562-677-093

Public lectures at 2:30pm

Tuesday, January 16, Michael Sukop, College of Arts, Sciences and Education (CASE), Florida International University (FIU)

Hydrology, SLR & hydrogeology in Miami & SE Florida 


 Tuesday, January 23, Dan Childers, Arizona State University

Urban Ecological Infrastructure: Working urban ecosystems


Thursday, February 1, Hardeep Anand, P.E., Deputy DirectorCapital Improvement Program, Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department

Operationalizing Resilient Utilities


Tuesday, February 6, Walter Tang, College of Engineering, FIU

Reduction of infiltration inflow through sustainable environmental design 


Tuesday, February 13, Yelena Katenovich, Applied Research Center, FIU

Stormwater Contaminant Remediation – Design, Process and Function    


Tuesday, February 20 Jessica Bolson, PhD, Postdoctoral Associate, Urban Water Innovation Network, FIU

Stakeholder engagement


Tuesday, February 27, Jennifer Rehage, CASE, FIU 

Ecology and Healthy Coastal Benthic & Fisheries Habitat    


Tuesday, March 6, Justine Velez, UrbanRobot

Design Elements – Adaptive Public Space and Stormwater Function    


Tuesday, March 27, Matt Smith, CASE, FIU 

Urban Water Quality & Resilience to Extreme Events    


Tuesday, April 3, Pallab Mozumbder, CASE, FIU

Ecosystem services and Economic Valuation    

College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts
Modesto A. Maidique Campus
PH: 305-535-1463 |
E-Mail: janthomp@fiu.edu