150 Fundamentals of Food, Energy, and Water Systems

Monday, November 14, 2016: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Union Square 14 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
Providing food, energy, and water for the growing and economically-developing human population is a pressing challenge. This is a challenge which chemical engineers are uniquely positioned to address. This session accepts theoretical, modeling, or experimental papers on the fundamentals of food, water and energy systems, and how the systems are integrated and coupled to each other, creating a "nexus."

Computing Systems and Technology Division (10), Sustainable Engineering Forum (23), Environmental Division (09), The Food-Energy-Water Nexus (T7)

Heriberto Cabezas
Email: cabezas.heriberto@epa.gov

JoAnn S. Lighty
Email: jlighty@utah.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on the online proceeding.

12:30 PM

1:45 PM
(150d) Insight-Based Design of Local Integrated Systems for Food, Energy and Water
Melissa Leung PAH Hang, Elias Martinez Hernandez, Matthew Leach and Aidong Yang

2:10 PM
(150e) Recovering Runoff Particulate-Bound Phosphorus Via Fungal Bioextraction
Andro Mondala, Shaun Shields, Katie Gaviglio, Jerico Alcantara, Stephen Kaczmarek and Andrew Tangonan

2:35 PM
(150f) Preliminary Study on Detroit’s Urban Food-Energy-Water (FEW) Nexus
Sai Liang, Qiaoting Zhao, Guiyuan Xue, Ming Xu, Jeremiah Johnson, Joshua Newell, Nancy Love, Glen Daigger and Shelie Miller
See more of this Group/Topical: Environmental Division