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Past Events: 2018

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4:00pm, Clark Hall, 700

Nicolas Biais, Brooklyn College

Host: Holger Sondermann

Superheroes of the Human Microbiota and Beyond: an introduction to Mechano-Micro-Biology

4:00pm, Rockefeller Hall, Schwartz Auditorium

Michelle Wang, Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Host: Biophysics Students

Torsional Consequences of DNA Motor Proteins

8:00am, Physical Sciences Building, 120

Benjamin Machta, Department of Physics, Yale University

Host: Biophysics Students

Membrane Criticality in Ion Channel Function

11:30am, Physical Sciences Building, 416

Itay Griniasty, Department of Physics of Complex Systems, Weizmann Institute of Science

Host: James Sethna

Vacuum Fluctuation Effects and the Organization of Wave Noise in Space Time
The case of the Casimir and Unruh effects

4:15pm, Physical Sciences Building, 416

Alex Alemi, Machine Intelligence, Google AI

Host: James Sethna

Thermodynamics and Machine Learning

4:00pm, Clark Hall, 700

Eric Siggia, The Rockefeller University

Host: Biophysics Students

Exploring embryonic patterning with colonies of human embryonic stem cells

12:00am, Clark Hall, 700

Paul Blainey, Biological Engineering, MIT

Host: Iwijn De Vlaminck

Integrating optics, microfluidics, and genomics to understand how genes and cells work

4:00pm, Physical Sciences Building, 401

Nozomi Ando, Chemistry & Chemical Biology, Cornell University

Host: Toshi Kawate

Dynamic Enzymes Beyond Bragg Diffraction

4:00pm, Clark Hall, 700

David Eliezier, Weill Cornell Medical College

Host: Barbara Baird

Alpha-synuclein and Tau: Structure, Function and Parkinson’s/Alzheimer's disease

4:00pm, Clark Hall, 700

Chris Xu, Professor, School of Applied and Engineering Physics, Cornell University