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Three graduate students will discuss their research: Mariam Camacho, Jungeun (Jenny) Won, and Joshua G. Hinman
The Graduate Saxophone Quartet will play light classical music. The group consists of graduate students either working on a Master of Music in saxophone performance or a doctorate in musical arts in saxophone performance. All of the saxophonists have won national or international awards.
Brendan Harley, Elvira de Meja, Auinash Kalsotra
Taught by Prof. Kara Federmeier This workshop will cover the basics of how EEG/ERPs are used to study cognitive processes and neural functioning. The morning session is designed to be accessible even to those with no background on the technique, while also providing a good refresher on basic principles for those who have some prior experience.
Bring a yoga mat (and your best downward facing dog!)
Advancing Optical Imaging Systems in Medical Diagnosis & Therapy, by Brian Pogue, Professor of Engineering, Physics and Surgery at Dartmouth College
Cell Surface Glycans as Cellular IDs
John Baldoni: ATOM: A Public/Private Consortium to Advance the Discovery of Medicines Presented by John Baldoni, Senior Vice President and Drug Production Unit Head, in silico Discovery/Proof of Concept, R&D Pipeline, GSK
Andres Coila, "Through-Transmission Attenuation Coefficient Estimation in Nonlinear Acoustic Fields" John Capozzo, "Evaluating the Capsule Network's Potential Application in Biomedical Imaging.
Castles made of sand: the genetic basis of bower building in cichlid fishes
Zhengming "Allan" Ding, "knowledge Transfer for Face Recognition"
Matt Rogina, Assistant Director of FOIA, University of Illinois - Illinois Freedom of Information Act: The Basics of FOIA
Brent Roberts, "The Long and Short of Personality Trait Development across the Life Course"
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Mondira Bhattacharya & Masha Trenhaile, Abbvie
Beth Etchison and Sandy Ivy, Beckman Institute Business Affairs Office, discuss TEM tips and tricks based on common questions about TEM processing.
An overview of the Beckman Institute Microscopy Suite will be presented.
Ms. Linda Lee Drozt, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research: Conflict of Interest
Dr. Yang Zhang, "Hiking on the Energy Landscape - All-atom Computational Understanding of the Universality of Long Timescale Phenomena and Rare Events in Non-Equilibrium Matter: Metal, Water, and Protein."
Campus Master Plan Update
Tony Podkowa, "Tikhonov Regularized Deconvolution of Infinite Convolutional Kernels"
Discovering genes that control neuronal shape
Lawrence Minjoo Lee
Technologies of Successful Aging with Disabilities