Events

Presentations will be made by bridge/transportation officials, researchers, and consultants in charge of bridge design and plans preparation, with contributions from manufacturers and contractors involved in the industry. The theme for the 27th Annual Workshop is Bridge Potpourri.


Friday, October 9, 2020

EXCITE, or Exploring Science, Technology, and Engineering, is designed to encourage and support students in the 9th -12th grades to pursue a future in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and agriculture. The goal of the program is to foster girls' continuing interest in STEM. We offer semester events and a summer workshop on the main K-State campus in Manhattan KS for high school students. All events offer hands-on activities that focus on how scientists and engineers help make the world a better place.



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The Annual Meeting of the Great Plains Network brings together knowledge and information technology professionals including advanced network and cyberinfrastructure users, faculty members, researchers, librarians, information technology staff, graduate students from leading universities and high education networks.


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GROW, or Girls Researching Our World, is designed for all students in sixth through eighth grades. The goal of the program is to increase girls' interest in science, technology, engineering & mathematics (STEM) disciplines. Students participate in hands-on activities presented by undergraduate and graduate students and faculty. We offer one-day events and a summer workshop on the main K-State campus in Manhattan KS. All events focus on the role of scientists, engineers, and other STEM professionals in making the world a better place.




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The 1st Annual Power and Energy Conference at Kansas State University, KPEC is a symposium of the research behind technologies for power and energy systems of the future.


July 13-14, 2020, Virtual Conference - How to access instructions will be sent by:
The workshop aims to provide individuals who plan to submit a CAREER Award proposal to a program in the Engineering Directorate with a CAREER proposal review experience and a forum in which they can interact with NSF program directors and recent NSF CAREER awardees.


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The workshop is a prominent scientific meeting focusingon cutting-edge research and technologies involving PDC materials. The primaryemphasis will be on PDC-based fibers and ceramic matrix composites (CMCs) forhigh-temperature applications. Attendees will have an opportunity to gainin-depth information on precursor synthesis; PDC processing including additivemanufacturing, polymer-to-ceramic conversion and multicomponent PDCs,characterization from preceramic polymers to ceramics, modeling and simulation.Other topics include composite materials recovery or recycleability, PDCs forenergy storage, and ultrahigh temperature materials for hypersonics.

Professor Rishi Raj turns 75 this year. To celebrate thismilestone, we are incorporating a symposium dedicated to Rishi's achievementswhile organizing our second annual NSF-PIRE project workshop. This symposiumwill cover varied topics related to Materials Science & Engineering. Thesymposium will be held toward the latter half of the workshop (July 18th and19th) and may also include short presentations by current/former students andcolleagues of professor Raj.



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This one-day course provides an introductory overview of the 2009 edition of the MUTCD, with emphasis on MUTCD applications related to work zones (temporary signing). The course also will provide an overview of sign retroreflectivity sign assessment and management methods and an introduction to guidelines for Incident Management (emergency temporary traffic control). This course is intended for local traffic/highway technicians.


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