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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.

Register now to attend the symposium. For any questions about the symposium, please contact Andrew Gavrin at agavrin@iupui.edu.

 

 

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