Yinfeng Qin is an M.S. student in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. He worked at The Bill Lane Center for the American West as a research assistant in building software for data collection, data processing and designing visualizations. Before Stanford, Yinfeng received B.S. in Electronics Engineering from Tsinghua University with an emphasis on pattern recognition and machine learning. He also has relevant experiences with NetEase, Microsoft Research Asia and Amazon.com, and will start as an engineer at Google in summer 2011.
Panel Discussion co-sponsored by Water in the West, the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, the Bill Lane Center for the American West, and Stanford Law School
An event convening a panel of experts with extensive experience in interstate river disputes, "Law of the River" will seek to provide perspectives on the past, present, and future of interstate compacts in the management of rivers and water in the west.
Photo Exhibition at the Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University
As the nation celebrates the 150th Anniversary of the Yosemite Grant, the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University presents Carleton Watkins: The Stanford Albums, an exhibition featuring nearly 70 original mammoth prints from three unique albums of the renowned photographer's work.
The author Julene Bair will talk about her memoir, The Ogallala Road, which recalls growing up on an irrigation-dependent farm in Kansas, and Bair's experiences watching the toll of agriculture on the great plains' vast Ogallala Aquifer.