## Home / Seminars / Archive / Spring 2017
Informal Statistical Physics Seminar Reaction coordinate in chemistry: fool's gold, or an actionable concept?Pratyush Tiwary University of Maryland, College Park
CSCAMM Seminar How Grain Boundaries MoveDavid Srolovitz Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Pennsylvania
Applied Dynamics Seminar Ultrafast Large-scale Neural Network Processor on a ChipDaniel Lathrop and Itamar Shani University of Maryland, College Park
Biophysics Seminar Mechanics and dynamics of simulated membranes: extracting bending moduli and difficulty in the extraction of diffusion coefficientsFrank Brown University of California, Santa Barbara
Space and Cosmic Ray Physics Seminar Down-to-earth searches for cosmological dark matter with LUX and LZCarter Hall University of Maryland, College Park
Informal Statistical Physics Seminar No equations, no variables, no parameters, no space, no time: Data and the computational modeling of complex systemsYannis Kevrekidis Johns Hopkins University
Numerical Analysis Seminar Finite element approximation of nonconvex uniformly elliptic fully nonlinear equationsAbner J. Salgado University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Physics Colloquia Economic ComplexityLuciano Pietronero University of Rome, "La Sapienzaâ€ť, Italy
Applied Dynamics Seminar Synchronization of Quantum DipolesJuan Restrepo University of Colorado Boulder
Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Seminar Science, Population and the Environment: What Is, What Could BeRobert Engelman Worldwatch Institute
Biophysics Seminar Reconstructing Visual Circuits with Volumetric Super-resolution Fluorescence MicroscopyColenso Speer University of Maryland, College Park
Numerical Analysis Seminar An angular momentum method for approximating wave maps into the sphereFranziska Weber University of Maryland, College Park
Physics Colloquia New Interface between Quantum Optics and Nanoscience: the Bottom-Up Approach and ApplicationsMin Ouyang University of Maryland, College Park
CSCAMM Seminar Spreading in a kinetic reaction-transport equation for population dynamicsNils Caillerie Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Georgetown University
Mathematics Colloquium Approximation Algorithms: Some ancient, some new - the good, the bad and the uglySamir Khuller University of Maryland, College Park |