Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering

ABE Departmental Seminars

ABE I4 Seminar Series

Interactive, Intriguing, Inspiring, and Interesting

The Department presents weekly seminars during the academic year. The seminars are intended to be Interactive, Intriguing, Inspiring, and Interesting (I4). A variety of topics are presented by speakers from the Department, the Colleges of Engineering and ACES, other units across campus, and experts invited from across the nation and the world. Topics include not only technical subjects, but also current economic and social issues that are of interest to Agricultural and Biological Engineers.

The seminars are held on Friday’s during the lunch hour in Room 204 Agricultural Engineering Sciences Building (AESB). Pizza is served at 11:45 am with the program beginning at noon.

The I4 Seminar schedule for the Fall 2015 semester is……

9/4/2015 Jonathan Coppess ACES, UIUC "Current State of American Farm Policy"
9/11/2015 Sid Parks   "Growmark and ag-business"
9/18/2015 Zack Browing   "The Harmony of Numbers"
9/25/2015 Xinlei Wang, Paul Davidson, Liujun Li ABE, UIUC "Faculty research area highlights"
10/2/2015 TBD   TBD
10/9/2015 TBD   TBD
10/16/2015 TBD   TBD
10/23/2015 TBD   TBD
10/30/2015 TBD   TBD
11/6/2015 TBD   TBD
11/13/2015 TBD   TBD
11/20/2015 TBD   TBD
11/27/2015 NO SEMINAR, Thanksgiving Break
12/4/2015 TBD   TBD
12/11/2015 TBD   TBD