1. David Sedlak: Malozemoff Professor, UC Berkeley and co-director, Berkeley Water Center presents a talk on "Can Urban Water Systems Transition Away from Imported Water?" at the Resnick Sustainability Institute's Water Resilience and Sustainability Symposium. This symposium took place at Caltech on September 21, 2015. The thematic focus of the symposium was, "State of the Art and Future Technologies for the Optimized Urban Water System".

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  2. Leslie Shoemaker: Executive Vice President, Water, Environment & Infrastructure, Tetra Tech presents a talk on "Integrated Water Management - Innovation Opportunities" at the Resnick Sustainability Institute's Water Resilience and Sustainability Symposium. This symposium took place at Caltech on September 21, 2015. The thematic focus of the symposium was, "State of the Art and Future Technologies for the Optimized Urban Water System".

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  3. Jay Famiglietti: Senior Water Scientist, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Professor, UC Irvine presents a talk on "Satellite Observations of the Epic California Drought" at the Resnick Sustainability Institute's Water Resilience and Sustainability Symposium. This symposium took place at Caltech on September 21, 2015. The thematic focus of the symposium was, "State of the Art and Future Technologies for the Optimized Urban Water System".

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  4. Felicia Marcus: Chairperson, California State Water Resources Control Board presents a talk on "The Present and Future of California Water " preceded by opening comments presented at the Resnick Sustainability Institute's Water Resilience and Sustainability Symposium. This symposium took place at Caltech on September 21, 2015. The thematic focus of the symposium was, "State of the Art and Future Technologies for the Optimized Urban Water System".

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  5. Resnick Institute Director Harry Atwater gives opening remarks at our 2011 Critical Materials in Sustainable Energy Applications workshop. This workshop brought together a key group of people for a facilitated discussion to answer the question "How should we focus research and development efforts to best mitigate the effects of material criticality on achieving a sustainable energy future?" The workshop took place over the course of two days, and included four half-day closed-door working sessions, with additional plenary/keynote talks that were open to the Caltech community.

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