Education and Outreach Presentations

2016

  1. Brizius, A., “FACE-IT live demo”, Computation Institute Research Software Showcase, May 16th, 2016.

  2. Elliott, J., “Chasing resilience in a world of rapid change.” Joint Speaker Series on Food and Science, Hyde Park, June 2nd 2016.

  3. Munson, T., “Large Data Analytics.” ZICE 2016/UZH Ph.D. Course (invited, 21 hours), Zurich. January-February 2016.

  4. Matteson, N., EDE and ATLAS, DePaul College of Computing and Digital Media Faculty Research Mixer. 4 March 2016. (Dozens of DePaul CDM faculty presented current research activity to peers and industry representatives from Allstate, Bank of America, Bosch, Enova, GFK, Uptake, and the City of Chicago.)

  5. Moyer, E., “Art and Climate Change.” Hyde Park Art Center, panelist, June 2016.

  6. Moyer, E., U.S.-China Relations Forum, University of Chicago (Chicago IL), “The Challenge of Climate Change.” panelist, May 2016.

 

2015

  1. Anderson, Evan, Interview for German television documentary on Lars Peter Hansen (as part of series on Noble prize winning economists), 2015.

  2. Ian Foster. “Climate change.” Presented to the University of Chicago’s Women’s Board. Chicago, IL. February 10, 2015.

  3. Lars P. Hansen. “The Economic Consequences of Uncertainty.” Montezuma Elementary School & Whitehorse High School, Montezuma Creek, UT. April 2015.

  4. Nathan Matteson. webDICE demo for DMCA students, DePaul University. March, 2015.

  5. Elisabeth J. Moyer. “Chinas Climate: Changes and Physical Impacts.” University of Chicago / China Forum: Spotlight on Climate Change. May 2015. – Press: http://www.cusef.org.hk/high-level-dialogues/university-of-chicago-us-china- forum-2015/us-china-forum-2015-held-at-the-university-of-chicago/ – http://en.people.cn/n/2015/0520/c90777-8895024.html– http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/world/2015-05/20/content_20773373.htm

  6.  Elisabeth J. Moyer. “Back-of-the-envelope perspective on climate mitigation.” Evanston “Green Drinks.” February 2015.

  7. Elisabeth J. Moyer. “Climate change and society past and future.” DePaul University St. Vincent de Paul Lecture (Global Crisis), respondent. April 2015. – Press: Forbes article, http://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffmcmahon/2015/04/21/some-environmental- advocates-not-helping-the-cause-climate-scientist-says/ , > 17,000 page views

  8. Elisabeth J. Moyer. “Climate and energy challenges.” University of Chicago / China Forum workshop. May 2015.

  9. Moyer, E., Gallery Talk: Climate Change and the Anthropocene. The Arts Club of Chicago (Chicago IL), October 2015. 

  10. Leonard A. Smith and Michael Stein, 5th Annual Climate Science Day 2015, Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C. February, 2015.

 

2014

  1. Alison Brizius.“Introduction to environmental data hacking.” CI Fall Hackathon, University of Chicago. November 2014.

  2. Yongyang Cai. “Massive parallelism in economics and climate change.” Dinner talk at ATPESC 2014, Argonne National Laboratory. August 2014. (ATPESC is a two-week Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing. In 2014, around 60 computational scientists over the world attended the program.)

  3. Michael Glotter. Hands-on Demos, Teacher professional development seminar, Peirce Elementary, Chicago, IL. September 2014. (Science experiment demonstrations for elementary and high school teachers to help translate energy research to the classroom.)

  4. Michael Glotter. NCAR summer colloquium. Summer, 2014. (Organized and led panel discussion at NCAR climate uncertainty workshop)

  5. Nathan Matteson. Instructor. In the loop: a city data and digital manufacturing project. Summer course, University of Chicago, June-August, 2014.

  6. Nathan Matteson. “Introduction to D3 for environmental data visualization.” CI Hackathon, University of Chicago. November 2014.

  7. Nathan Matteson. “Introduction to webDICE.” Digital communication and media arts program, DePaul, Chicago. February 2014.

  8. Elisabeth J. Moyer. “Human Impacts Chicago: Designing for a New Climate.” Panelist, Goethe Institute Chicago. September 2014.

  9. Elisabeth J. Moyer. “Teaching for Intuition: Energy Use and Technology.” Summer Teacher Institute on Energy and the Global Environment. Univ. of Chicago Center for International Studies. June 25, 2014.

  10. Elisabeth J. Moyer. “Teaching for Intuition: Energy Use and Technology.” Teacher professional development seminar, Peirce Elementary, Chicago, IL. September 2014.

  11. Meghan Vincent. “Hands-on Energy Demonstrations.” Summer Teacher Institute on Energy and the Global Environment. Univ. of Chicago Center for International Studies. June 25, 2014.

  12. Victor Zhorin. “Scientific Computing and Economics.” CI, Software Engineering for Economists (guest presentation), University of Chicago. May 13, 2015.

 

2013

  1. 2nd Annual STEMapalooza Expo, Girl Scouts of America, Country Club Hills, IL, March 2013.

  2. Moyer, E. J., “A historical perspective on climate change, energy use, and the rise of industrial civilization.” Midwest Faculty Seminar: Climate Change Across the Disciplines, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, April 2013.

 

2012

  1. Brizius, A., “The CIM-EARTH Framework,” Illinois Chamber of Commerce Energy Council, Chicago, IL, June, 2012.

  2. 1st Annual STEMapalooza Expo, Girl Scouts of America, Country Club Hills, IL,  March 2012

  3. Brizius, A., Energy Showcase, Argonne National Laboratory: public open house, Chicago Council on Science and Technology’s Ask-a-Scientist Booth.

  4. Moyer, E., Energy workshop, IIT Boeing Scholars. 4 February 2012.

 

2011

  1. University of Illinois at Chicago Summer Institute on Sustainability & Energy, August 2011. 

  2. Moyer, Elisabeth, A Reality Check on Alternative Energy. Cafe Scientifique: Science lectures for the general public, Chicago, Nov. 2011.

  3. Choi, S.C. FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Tech Challenge Finals, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL, December 10, 2011.

  4. Stein, Michael and Leonard A. Smith. Climate Science Day on Capitol Hill 2013, Washington, D.C., February 27, 2013.

  5. Job Shadow Day, IIT Boeing Scholars. 20 February, 2012: 8 students hosted in University of Chicago research groups. (Meghan Vincent, coordinating)

  6. Job Shadow Day, IIT Boeing Scholars. February, 12, 2013: 6 students hosted in University of Chicago research groups. (Meghan Vincent, coordinating)

  7. Choi, Sou-Cheng. Midwest Regional FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Tech Challenge Finals, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL, March 22-24, 2012. 

  8. Moyer, E. J., “A reality check on alternative energy,” UIC Summer Institute on Sustainable Energy (SISE), leadoff speaker, August 2012.

  9. Moyer, E. J., “How can we solve the problem of global warming?" Public panel, Nobel Symposium on Climate and Economics, Stockholm, Sept. 2012.

  10. Moyer, E. J., Teacher Training Workshop, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, May 29th, 2012.

  11. Brizius, Alison. Young Women’s Conference in Science, Mathematics, Technology and Engineering (STEM), Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory and Princeton University, April, 2012. 

  12. Moyer, Elisabeth. University of Illinois at Chicago Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy. August 2012.

  13. Choi, Sou-Cheng. Youth Career Mentoring, Stanford Alumni Association, Chicago, IL, May 12, 2012.