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Featured Research from Stanford University

Project Natural Chromogenic Behaviors of Squid in Oceanic Waters, Stanford Univesity (6/1/2014 - 5/31/2017)

Principal Investigator:

1. Record natural behaviors in free-swimming Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the water column under natural lighting conditions using low-light video packages to characterize dynamic chromogenic displays that are related to intra-specific signaling and crypsis.

2. Develop improved low-light, free-floating video packages to image behavior of marine organisms under natural lighting conditions at midwater depths, including chromogenic behaviors of squid, and to make these packages available to other researchers.


Project Project Director, High Speed 1, Bechtel Civil (2005 - 2007)

Principal Investigator:

Led a joint venture team of Arup, Bechtel, Halcrow and Systra to deliver the £3.5 billion, 8000+ person Channel Tunnel Rail Link Section 2, a high speed rail system from Kent to Central London. The Project was comprised of 40km of tunnels, a major underground and mainline rail hub at historic St Pancras station which was meticulously refurbished, 2 new suburban stations, a new depot and major viaduct and civil works. The Project was delivered ahead of schedule and under budget for client London Continental Railways.


London, England