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Meiere Symposium

"Science, Society, and the Computational Revolution"

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The IUPUI School of Science, the Department of Physics and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research are proud to present:

The Meiere Symposium on "Science, Society, and the Computational Revolution". 
August 24th, 2018
9:00AM - 1:00PM
Lilly Auditorium (University Library)
 

Each year, the Forrest Meiere Visiting Scientist program brings a distinguished scientist to IUPUI. Scientists are selected by a faculty panel for their distinguished and ongoing contributions to a field related to the current research efforts of our department. During their stay at IUPUI, Visitors interact with faculty and graduate students on scientific issues; give an undergraduate level talk; and deliver the keynote presentation in a half-day symposium highlighting work at IUPUI related to their own.

Please be sure to RSVP by August 15th to attend the symposium. For any questions about the symposium, please contact Andrew Gavrin at agavrin@iupui.edu.

 

 

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