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Tuesday, May 16

  1. page Project Directory edited ... Rome built on water - Historical perspective on sanitation (Kiley) Modern sanitation in Rome …
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    Rome built on water - Historical perspective on sanitation (Kiley)
    Modern sanitation in Rome - WWTPs & sewer systems in Italy (Tim)
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    through time - case study perspective (Kate E.)
    Retrofitting aging buildings in Rome (Kreed)
    Roman concrete vs. modern concrete (Tess)
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  2. page Project Directory edited 2017 Engineering Rome Class ... project proposals (not final projects, yet!) by each Circus…

    2017 Engineering Rome Class
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    project proposals (not final projects, yet!) by each
    Circus Maximus as an example of sustainability in Rome (Bailey)
    Rome built on water - Historical perspective on sanitation (Kiley)
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    2017 Engineering Rome Class
    This is a directory to the individual project proposals by each student from the Engineering Rome 2017 class.
    Circus Maximus as an example of sustainability in Rome (Bailey)
    Rome built on water - Historical perspective on sanitation (Kiley)
    Modern sanitation in Rome - WWTPs & sewer systems in Italy (Tim)
    GoPro Video: Rome and Logistics through time (Kate E.)
    Retrofitting aging buildings in Rome (Kreed)
    Roman concrete vs. modern concrete (Tess)
    Reconstructing and maintaining the iconic churches of Rome (Martha)
    Ancient Roman roads and their influence in modern road designs (Rowyn)
    Environmental controversies behind the MOSE project in Venice (Lauren)
    Video: Roman architecture then and now (Daniel)
    Aqueducts - equity and public health perspective (Joel)
    Public transportation multi-modal integration in Rome (Steven)
    4th water revolution in Rome (Emmy)
    Concrete construction in Ancient Rome (Chloe)
    Trajan's column (Olivia Shi)
    Transportation & traffic control in Venice (Rebecca)
    The spread of cultural influences through the Roman road system (Augustin)
    Disability accessibility in Roman transportation (Olivia She)
    Hadrian's testament to structural engineering (David)

    2015 Engineering Rome Class
    This is a directory to the individual final projects by each student from the Engineering Rome 2015 class.
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    2017 Engineering Rome Class
    This is a directory to the individual project proposals by each student from the Engineering Rome 2017 class.

    2015 Engineering Rome Class
    This is a directory to the individual final projects by each student from the Engineering Rome 2015 class.
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Wednesday, May 10

  1. page home edited ... About Engineering Rome Engineering Rome is a UW Exploration Seminar that covers Roman and Ita…
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    About Engineering Rome
    Engineering Rome is a UW Exploration Seminar that covers Roman and Italian engineering over a range of 3,000 years from Ancient Rome to the present day. It consists of a preparatory 1-credit Spring seminar and one 5-credit course, CEE 409 Engineering Rome. First, a once-per-week orientation session meets in Spring 2017 to provide background information, and program orientation. Second, an in-depth session meets in Rome, Italy at the UW Rome Center for three weeks during the 2017 Summer-Fall quarter break (24 August to 18 September 2017). More on UW Study Abroad at: http://www.washington.edu/studyabroad
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    Tim, Joel (missing: Kate H.)
    Program Content
    This program relies on its proximity to over 3,000 years of cutting-edge engineering in the heart of Rome. It provides engineering students or those interested in engineering a unique international and historical perspective on the engineering practice and its contributions to society. Rome is one of the richest sites in the world for exploring engineering through the ages from ancient Roman aqueducts, to Baroque basilicas, to modern subways, to sustainable life in a massive modern city. Students, will interact with local experts on Roman cities, archeology, construction, infrastructure and sustainability. Students will develop skills that allow them to analyze and evaluate civil infrastructure of all ages. Skills will be put to practice with classroom engineering analysis, expert lectures, and site visits guided by Roman experts in the engineering aspects of these sites (both modern and ancient).
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    11:54 am
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    About Engineering Rome
    Engineering Rome is a UW Exploration Seminar that covers Roman and Italian engineering over a range of 3,000 years from Ancient Rome to the present day. It consists of a preparatory 1-credit Spring seminar and one 5-credit course, CEE 409 Engineering Rome. First, a once-per-week orientation session meets in Spring 2017 to provide background information, and program orientation. Second, an in-depth session meets in Rome, Italy at the UW Rome Center for three weeks during the 2017 Summer-Fall quarter break (24 August to 18 September 2017). More on UW Study Abroad at: http://www.washington.edu/studyabroad
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    Olivia Shi., Emiley,Emily, Tess, SteveBack
    Program Content
    This program relies on its proximity to over 3,000 years of cutting-edge engineering in the heart of Rome. It provides engineering students or those interested in engineering a unique international and historical perspective on the engineering practice and its contributions to society. Rome is one of the richest sites in the world for exploring engineering through the ages from ancient Roman aqueducts, to Baroque basilicas, to modern subways, to sustainable life in a massive modern city. Students, will interact with local experts on Roman cities, archeology, construction, infrastructure and sustainability. Students will develop skills that allow them to analyze and evaluate civil infrastructure of all ages. Skills will be put to practice with classroom engineering analysis, expert lectures, and site visits guided by Roman experts in the engineering aspects of these sites (both modern and ancient).
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    11:53 am
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    About Engineering Rome
    Engineering Rome is a UW Exploration Seminar that covers Roman and Italian engineering over a range of 3,000 years from Ancient Rome to the present day. It consists of a preparatory 1-credit Spring seminar and one 5-credit course, CEE 409 Engineering Rome. First, a once-per-week orientation session meets in Spring 2017 to provide background information, and program orientation. Second, an in-depth session meets in Rome, Italy at the UW Rome Center for three weeks during the 2017 Summer-Fall quarter break (24 August to 18 September 2017). More on UW Study Abroad at: http://www.washington.edu/studyabroad
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    Olivia Shi., Emily,Emiley, Tess, Steve BackSteveBack row (l
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    Daniel, Tim, Joel"Joel
    Program Content
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    cities, archeology, const1ruction,construction, infrastructure and
    UW Catalog Description
    CEE 409/509 Engineering Rome is officially listed in the UW as CEE 409 (if you are an undergraduate student) and CEE 509 (if you are a graduate student). You can read the full course description right here:
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    11:52 am
  4. page home edited ... About Engineering Rome Engineering Rome is a UW Exploration Seminar that covers Roman and Ita…
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    About Engineering Rome
    Engineering Rome is a UW Exploration Seminar that covers Roman and Italian engineering over a range of 3,000 years from Ancient Rome to the present day. It consists of a preparatory 1-credit Spring seminar and one 5-credit course, CEE 409 Engineering Rome. First, a once-per-week orientation session meets in Spring 2017 to provide background information, and program orientation. Second, an in-depth session meets in Rome, Italy at the UW Rome Center for three weeks during the 2017 Summer-Fall quarter break (24 August to 18 September 2017). More on UW Study Abroad at: http://www.washington.edu/studyabroad
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    Emily, Tess, Steve<br/>BackSteve Back row (l
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    Daniel, Tim, JoelJoel"
    Program Content
    This program relies on its proximity to over 3,000 years of cutting-edge engineering in the heart of Rome. It provides engineering students or those interested in engineering a unique international and historical perspective on the engineering practice and its contributions to society. Rome is one of the richest sites in the world for exploring engineering through the ages from ancient Roman aqueducts, to Baroque basilicas, to modern subways, to sustainable life in a massive modern city. Students, will interact with local experts on Roman cities, archeology, const1ruction, infrastructure and sustainability. Students will develop skills that allow them to analyze and evaluate civil infrastructure of all ages. Skills will be put to practice with classroom engineering analysis, expert lectures, and site visits guided by Roman experts in the engineering aspects of these sites (both modern and ancient).
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    11:50 am
  5. page home edited ... About Engineering Rome Engineering Rome is a UW Exploration Seminar that covers Roman and Ita…
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    About Engineering Rome
    Engineering Rome is a UW Exploration Seminar that covers Roman and Italian engineering over a range of 3,000 years from Ancient Rome to the present day. It consists of a preparatory 1-credit Spring seminar and one 5-credit course, CEE 409 Engineering Rome. First, a once-per-week orientation session meets in Spring 2017 to provide background information, and program orientation. Second, an in-depth session meets in Rome, Italy at the UW Rome Center for three weeks during the 2017 Summer-Fall quarter break (24 August to 18 September 2017). More on UW Study Abroad at: http://www.washington.edu/studyabroad
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    Olivia Shi., Emiley,Emily, Tess, SteveBackSteve<br/>Back row (l
    Program Content
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    cities, archeology, construction,const1ruction, infrastructure and
    UW Catalog Description
    CEE 409/509 Engineering Rome is officially listed in the UW as CEE 409 (if you are an undergraduate student) and CEE 509 (if you are a graduate student). You can read the full course description right here:
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    11:46 am

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