The Physics Spring Seminar Series continues this Friday, April 25, at 3:00 in Lind 215.
Numerical modeling of tidal energy extraction and its potential environmental impacts.
Dr. Zhaoqing Yang from the Pacific Northwest National Lab will talk about the environmental impacts of tidal energy extraction. This topic is a great example of how physics, computer science, engineering, and environmental studies all contribute to developing viable and sustainable energy sources.
All interested persons are invited.
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