PLEASE NOTE THE NEW DATE! SRA-NE is sponsoring an event with the LSPA. Please join us on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 in Taunton, MA for a presentation by Dr. Jerome Cura from Woods Hole Group.
Please join us for the second seminar in our 2017-2018 Seminar Series on Wednesday, February 28, 2018.
Please join us for the first seminar in our 2017-2018 Seminar Series on Tuesday, November 14, 2017.
Join us for our next seminar on April 12th, 2017 at Gradient (20 University Road, 5th Floor, Cambridge, MA).
Please join us for the fourth seminar in our 2016-2017 Seminar Series on March 21st, 2017
Our third seminar is coming up soon! Join us February 7th, 2017 at the Health Effects Institute (75 Federal Street, #1400, Boston, MA) for a talk on Hydraulic Fracturing for Oil and Natural Gas Production. The talk will be given by Donna Vorhees (Health Effects Institute), Kate Konschnik (Harvard Law School), and Robert Kleinberg (Schlumberger). For more information go here.
Please join us for our second seminar on January 19th, 2017 at Industrial Economics in Cambridge, MA We are excited to present a talk by Jory Hecht, PhD who will be presenting a talk about the challenges of long-term floodplain management under uncertain climate change. Light refreshments will be served at 5:30 pm, followed by the talk at 6:00 pm. For more information go here.
Join us, December 6th, 2016, for our first seminar of 2016-2017, at Industrial Economics in Cambridge, MA starting at 5:30 pm.
We are excited to present a talk entitled "Risk and Resilience: R^2 or 2R" given by Jose Manuel Palma Oliveira, PhD from the University of Lisbon, Portugal. The talk will on risk-based approaches to predicting and mitigating consequences associated with the changing environment. Case studies in the areas of coastal infrastructure, cybersecurity, and disease epidemics will be discussed.
Light refreshments will be served.
SRA-NE will hold its last seminar of the 2014-2015 seminar series at Industrial Economics, Cambridge, MA. The seminar will feature a talk titled Six Sources of Collapse: A Mathematician's Perspective on How Things can Fall Apart in the Blink of an Eye by Professor Charles R. Hadlock, Trustee Professor of Technology, Policy, and Decision Making, Professor of Mathematical Sciences and of Finance at Bentley University, Waltham, MA. The talk is based on Professor Hadlock's 2012 book with the same title.