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TU Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS) Speaker Event

Keplinger Hall 430 South Gary Place, Tulsa, OK, United States

TU WiCyS welcomes speakers Meredith Kasper, Director of Technical Services at Hurricane Labs and Competition Director for the Collegiate Penetration Testing Competition, and Rocio Slobodzian, Project Manager at Hurricane Labs and Engagement Director for the Collegiate Penetration Testing Competition. Both speakers will join virtually to speak to our organization. Food will be provided for attendees. […]

Graves Cyber Security Distinguished Lecture Series: Jason Cox, The Walt Disney Company

Keplinger Hall 430 South Gary Place, Tulsa, OK, United States

The Tandy School of Computer Science is thrilled to host TU Alumni, Jason Cox with The Walt Disney Company as a part of The Sarah & John Graves Cyber Security Distinguished Lecture Series. Jason's lecture, "Disney Global SRE - Creating Digitial Magic." All are welcome to attend.

Free

SPWLA Distinguished Lecturer: Salinity Effect on CO2 Solubility in Live Formation Water Under Reservoir Conditions

Keplinger Hall 430 South Gary Place, Tulsa, OK, United States

Join the McDougall School of Petroleum Engineering to hear from senior reservoir engineer Jie Wang talk about salinity effect on CO2 solubility in live formation water under reservoir conditions. CO2 can dissolve in fresh/saline water under typical reservoir pressure and temperatures with solubility dependent on pressure, temperature, and salinity. The typical assumption in open literature […]

Free

GeoSeminar: Formation Evaluation and the Petrophysics of Carbon Storage

Keplinger Hall 430 South Gary Place, Tulsa, OK, United States

Join TU's Geosciences Department to learn more about formation evaluation and the Petrophysics of Carbon Storage. The use of down-hole wireline logging measurements to characterize carbon storage projects has many similarities to the requirements for hydrocarbon-bearing reservoirs. The most important features of any carbon storage project that satisfy operational plus regulatory design include knowledge of […]

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The Future of Space with Joseph Pelton

Keplinger Hall 430 South Gary Place, Tulsa, OK, United States

What will be the future of space exploration? Join The University of Tulsa's College of Engineering & Computer Science for a lecture on the future of space with renowned space expert Joseph Pelton (BS '65). This talk will cover NASA's new approach to space and explain the use of cooperative agreements under NASA Space Act […]

GeoSeminar: Drinking Water Treatment in Tulsa

Keplinger Hall 430 South Gary Place, Tulsa, OK, United States

Water is the foundation of civilization and societies. The Tulsa community is invited to join TU's Department of Geoscience to learn all about Tulsa's drinking water supply and treatment from Hua Jiang, Ph.D., P.E., Senior Engineer with the City of Tulsa's Water and Sewer Department. Water is essential to olivesife and fuels the economy. We, […]

Event Series Antennas Seminars

Antennas Seminars

Keplinger Hall 430 South Gary Place, Tulsa, OK, United States

TU students are invited to join The University of Tulsa Electrical and Computer Engineering Department in conjunction with Ford Motor Company and DRD Technologies as they present a four-lecture series on Antennas and Antenna Modeling. The first lecture will be an introduction to antenna applications in new vehicular designs by Ford Motor Company Technical Expert […]

Event Series Antennas Seminars

Antennas Seminars

Keplinger Hall 430 South Gary Place, Tulsa, OK, United States

TU students are invited to join The University of Tulsa Electrical and Computer Engineering Department in conjunction with Ford Motor Company and DRD Technologies as they present a four-lecture series on Antennas and Antenna Modeling. The first lecture will be an introduction to antenna applications in new vehicular designs by Ford Motor Company Technical Expert […]

GeoSeminar: Building subsurface models with AI

Keplinger Hall 430 South Gary Place, Tulsa, OK, United States

TU community join the Department of Geosciences for a GeoSeminar over building subsurface models with AI. A realistic model that delineates the structure, stratigraphy, and rock properties plays a pivotal role in understanding the Earth’s subsurface, and is essential to natural resource exploration, carbon storage, and civil engineering. Traditionally, building such models requires extensive human […]

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