Kevin E. Lansey

Kevin E. Lansey is professor of the Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics. His interests are related to water supply planning, water–energy links, and water distribution systems design, operation, and monitoring. He has published over 100 journal articles, 10 book chapters, and two textbooks in those areas. For his contributions, he was awarded the ASCE Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize for Young Researchers in 2002.

Science and Technology Diplomacy: A Focus on the Americas with Lessons for the World, Volume I

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In Stock Date: 
09/06/2018

Hassan A. Vafai and Kevin E. Lansey

Science diplomacy and policy can support collaborative national and international science for advancing knowledge with societal impact in fields such as climate, space, medicine, and the environment. Scientific advances made possible by the basic and applied research carried out by government agencies, universities, and nongovernmental organizations create opportunities and challenges with growing impact on policy decisions. Developing structures that produce the best science information to policy makers is becoming more critical in an ever-changing world.

Science and Technology Diplomacy: A Focus on the Americas with Lessons for the World, Volume II

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$49.95
E-book Price: 
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In Stock Date: 
09/06/2018

Hassan A. Vafai and Kevin E. Lansey

Science diplomacy and policy can support collaborative national and international science for advancing knowledge with societal impact in fields such as climate, space, medicine, and the environment. Scientific advances made possible by the basic and applied research carried out by government agencies, universities, and nongovernmental organizations create opportunities and challenges with growing impact on policy decisions. Developing structures that produce the best science information to policy makers is becoming more critical in an ever-changing world.

Science and Technology Diplomacy: A Focus on the Americas with Lessons for the World, Volume III

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$49.95
E-book Price: 
$29.95
In Stock Date: 
09/06/2018

Hassan A. Vafai and Kevin E. Lansey

Science diplomacy and policy can support collaborative national and international science for advancing knowledge with societal impact in fields such as climate, space, medicine, and the environment. Scientific advances made possible by the basic and applied research carried out by government agencies, universities, and nongovernmental organizations create opportunities and challenges with growing impact on policy decisions. Developing structures that produce the best science information to policy makers is becoming more critical in an ever-changing world.