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2015-10-14

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

10:00 am - 
11:00 am
Annenberg 308
How to refute a random CSP
Ryan O'Donnell, CMU
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12:00 pm - 
1:00 pm
Sloan 257
Regularity theory for fully nonlinear integro-differential equations
Tianling Jin, Assistant Professor, Mathematics, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
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12:00 pm - 
1:00 pm
Avery Conference Room
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2:00 pm - 
3:00 pm
Sherman Fairchild Library 328 (Multimedia Conference Room)
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4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Spalding Laboratory 106 (Hartley Memorial Seminar Room)
In Situ Materials Science: Probing Microstructural Evolution of Metallic Materials in Real-Time
Nik Chawla
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4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
South Mudd 365
Next Generation of Polymeric Membranes and Media for Sustainable Water Purification and Resource Recovery
Mamadou S. Diallo, Associate Professor & Director of the Laboratory of Advanced Materials and Systems for Water Sustainability, Graduate School of Energy, Environment, Water and Sustainability, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
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4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Cahill, Hameetman Auditorium
Tuning the Clock: Making Sense of Stellar Rotation with Kepler
Jennifer van Saders, Carnegie
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4:00 pm - 
7:00 pm
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4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Noyes 153 (J. Holmes Sturdivant Lecture Hall)
No Strain, No Gain: Advances in the Synthesis and Use of Cyclobutanes
M. Kevin Brown, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Indiana University
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8:00 pm - 
9:30 pm
Beckman Auditorium
Earnest C. Watson Lecture Series
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Ongoing
11/21 - 
11/4
Moore B280
Exploring chemical reaction spaces using a graph grammar approach.
Christoph Flamm, Professor, Theoretical Chemistry, University of Vienna
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