TUM Water Cluster – Lecture Series: “The 4th Water Revolution“ – Prof. David L. Sedlak, University of California-Berkeley

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The TUM Water Cluster Lecture Series started in winter term 2015/16 and aims to convey the topic of resilient water systems under dynamic stress to a wide audience. The Lecture Series will take place 3 to 4 times each term.

Come and learn about the research frontiers in water during interactive panel discussions and keynote lectures from internationally renowned scientists and engineers in the water field.

The TUM Water Cluster is a cross-disciplinary initiative of Water Research at the Technical University of Munich. It aims at coordinating water research oriented at strategic research priorities and establishment of a coordinated information exchange regarding water related issues and initiatives within TUM as well as with partners and supporters outside the University.

The Lecture Series is supported by the TUM Institute for Advanced Study, the International Graduate School of Science and Engineering (IGSSE) and the Oskar-von-Miller-Forum (OvMF).

The next talk in the course of the Lectures Series will be on:


December 10, 2015 / 18:30

Speaker: Prof. David L. Sedlak, University of California-Berkeley, Berkeley, USA

Title: “The 4th Water Revolution“

Location: Oskar von Miller Forum, Oskar-von-Miller-Ring 25, 80333 München

For more information see the flyer below.

Registration is requested not later than one week before the respective lecture by E-mail at water@tum.de.
The Lecture Series is free of charge.

TUM Water Cluster
Chair of Urban Water Systems Engineering
Technical University of Munich
Am Coulombwall
85748 Garching
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