BiT Friday Seminar Scedule

    Multidisciplinary Seminar Program

Aim: The aims of this program are to connect academic staff and graduate students to the national and international research activities. This will be initiated through attracting professionals from all over the world. Our final destination will be at becoming a national reference in engineering education and research activities.

The Multidisciplinary Seminar Program is both the seminar series for Institute of technology and researchers in the BiT, and is a must class for the graduate students. The students should submit a one page summary of the seminar irrespective of the nature of the seminar presented.

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About the Presenter

Title of the presenter

Date

Location

1

Name: Girmaw Abebe, Bayable T. and Yonas T.

Academic Rank: Lecturer

Centre: SCEE

Computer Vision Aided Robotic Car

20/12/2013

Conference Hall

2

Speaker: Bekele Negussie

D/Director; Ethiopian Roads Authority

TBA

27/12/2013

Hall 3

3

Speaker:: Atikilt Abebe

Academic Rank: PhD Candidate

Centre: SCWRE

Life Cycle Cost (LCC) based WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) Planning

03/01/2014

Conference Hall

4

Speaker: Dawit Awudew

Academic Rank: Lecturer

Centre: SCWRE

Soil Stabilization: Experimental Investigations

10/01/2014

Conference Hall

5

Speaker: Dr. Vuda Sreenivasaroa

Academic Rank: Professor

Centre: SCEE

Modern Trends in Computing Technology

17/01/2014

Conference Hall

6

Speaker: Bishaw Gebru

Academic Rank: Lecturer

Centre: SCWRE

Allocation of Solid Waste Bins in Bahir Dar City using GIS

24/01/2014

Conference Hall

7

Speaker: Dr. Eneyew Tadesse

Academic Rank: Asst. Prof.

Centre: SCFE

TBA

24/01/2014

Conference Hall

 

 

8

Speaker: Mamaru Ayalew

Academic Rank: Lecturer and PhD Student

Centre: SCWRE

The History and Future of Hydrological Modelling

31/01/2014

Conference Hall

 

 

9

Speaker: Alemayehu Golla

Academic Rank: Lecturer

Centre: SCWRE

Performance Displacement Based Design of Reinforced Concrete Frame Buildings

07/02/2014

Conference Hall

 

 

10

Speaker: Dr. Nigus Gabbye

Academic Rank: Asst. Prof.

Centre: SCFE

Heat Transfer in Packed Bed Reactor; Experimental Investigation and Modelling

14/02/2014

Conference Hall

11

Speaker: Dr. Seifu Admassu

Academic Rank: Asst. Prof.

Centre: SCWRE

The Role of Catchment Hydrology on Erosion and Nutrient Transport; Current Knowledge and Future Research

21/02/2014

Conference Hall

12

Speaker: Yonas Mitiku

Academic Rank: Asst. Prof.

Centre: SMIE

Improved Yachet Maneuvering Rudder Design (Case of Nigat Boat)

28/02/2014

Conference Hall

13

Speaker: Mr. Yimer Degu

Academic Rank: Lecturer

Centre: SCWRE

Analysis of Soil-Structure Interaction

07/03/2014

Conference Hall

14

Speaker: Dr. Sisay Geremew

Academic Rank: Asst. Prof.

Centre: SMIE

Work Process Analysis

14/03/2014

Conference Hall

15

Speaker:: Mr. Bitew Genet

Academic Rank: Lecturer

Centre: SCWRE

Status of Small Scale Irrigation Projects in Amhara Region, Ethiopia

21/03/2014

Conference Hall

 

 

16

Speaker:: Dr. Essayas Kaba

Academic Rank: Asst. Prof.

Centre: SCWRE

Modelling Total Suspended Solid (TSS) Emissions from Gumera Watershed

28/03/2014

Conference Hall

17

Speaker:: Dr. Amare Matebu

Academic Rank: Asst. Prof.

Centre: SMIE

TBA

04/04/2014

Conference Hall

 

 

18

Name: Dr. Michael Mehari

Academic Rank: Asst. Prof.

Centre: SCWRE

Comparison of Bed Shear Stress Estimates in Complex Flow Fields: A Case in Megech River, Ethiopia

11/04/2014

Conference Hall

19

Speaker: Mulugeta Azeze

Academic Rank: 

Centre: SCWRE

Operation of Active Storage in Lake Tana Reservoir

18/04/2014

Conference Hall

20

Speaker: Fasikaw Atanaw

Academic Rank: Lecturer and PhD Student

Centre: SCWRE

Hydrological and Sediment Modelling in the Lake Tana Basin using Parameter Efficient Distributed (PED) Model

25/04/2014

Conference Hall

21

Speaker: Getaneh Kebede

Academic Rank: PhD Student

Centre: SCWRE

Evaluating the Economic Cost of Soil Erosion in Bir Watershed

02/05/2014

Conference Hall

 

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