MSU College of Natural Science
Campus Theory Seminars
Fall Semester 2003 Schedule
Seminars begin at 11:30 am, Room 1400 Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., MSU (unless otherwise specified)
(refreshments served at 11:15 am)

Date Seminar Title and Speaker Information
05 September 2003
Using Extremal Dynamics to Optimize Large Disordered Systems
Stefan Boettcher, Emory University Dept. of Physics
26 September 2003
Biometric Authentication: How Do I Know Who You Are?
Anil Jain,   Michigan State University
Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering
17 October 2003
1:00 pm

(note non-standard starting time)
Joint seminar with CBM Symposium on Biological Networks
The Structure of Social and Biological Networks
Mark Newman,   University of Michigan Dept. of Physics
14 November 2003
Folding@Home: Using Worldwide Grid Computing to Tackle Fundamental Barriers in Biomolecular Simulation
Vijay Pande,   Stanford University Dept. of Chemistry

Seminar Organizer:
Phillip M. Duxbury,
Dept. of Physics & Astronomy

If you are interested in seminars of this type, you may also be interested in the seminars covering biological, physical, mathematical, computational and materials science topics (including this Campus Theory Seminar series) whose schedules may be found on the Science at the Edge   page and in poster form (PDF and PostScript formats available).

Last updated 2004.01.06 (Tuesday) 04:07:03 EST by GJP