He pointed out that the main objective of this conference is to provide a forum for engineers and associated professionals to discuss and exchange information on current research and developments and practical applications in all disciplines relating to agricultural production and biological systems engineering.
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BSE stands for Biological Systems Engineering (University of Wisconsin)
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Iowa State University Biological Systems Engineering May 2012
in Biological Systems Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Hood then asked former graduate school colleague Durelle Scott, now an assistant professor of biological systems engineering at Virginia Tech, to help analyze the organic matter and nutrient (nitrogen and phosphorus) loads being exported from the Juneau-area study watersheds.
Mallikarjunan teaches food engineering in the Biological Systems Engineering Department at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
The fastest soil regeneration is about 200 years, but it can take a million years, depending on the geologic processes;' says Dan Yoder, a professor in the Department of Biological Systems Engineering and Soil Science at the University of Tennessee.
Contact: Kumar Mallikarjunan, Department of Biological Systems Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 312 Seitz Hall, Mail Code 0303, Blacksburg, VA 24061.
Barbosa-Canovas, Washington State University, Department of Biological Systems Engineering, Center for Nonthermal Processing of Foods, Pullman, WA 99164; phone: 509-335-6188; email: barbosa@mail.