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There will be a Meet and Greet with Dr. Raikhel from 3:30 - 3:50 p.m. in 407 Morrill Hall. Refreshments will be included.
Due to travel circumstances this event has been cancelled and will be rescheduled. Thank you. IGB Seminar - Biocomplexity "Reconstructive Biology as a Window into Historic Optima" Betul Kacar, PhD University of Arizona Molecular and Cell Biology, Astrobiology
USDA to Host Regional Listening Sessions to Increase Rural Access to STEM Education, Midwest location is University of Illinois Research Park.
This roundtable co-sponsored with KU Leuven will explore transatlantic relations.
Students who are interested in learning about the Tissue Microenvironment program and the fellowship opportunity are invited to attend our information session on Tuesday, April 3, 2018 in 2240 DCL to ask questions and interact with current cohort
Lyte, Mark - Iowa State University
A weekly meeting of researchers who are always learning new tips and tricks to make their computational work flow more smoothly. In these friendly sessions, peers at all levels of experience share topics useful in our scientific software development workflows. Lunch Provided
See the semi-finalists and vote for the People's Choice Award.
A new performance piece by Smitha Vishveshwara (associate professor of physics and member of Beckman’s Social and Emotional Dimensions of Well-being) and Latrelle Bright (clinical assistant professor of theatre)
This two-day workshop will cover the skills you need to succeed as all fields become data-driven: Scripting for task and data management Data analysis and programming with R Data Management and Version control with Git and more . . .
Wawrzyniec Dobrucki, “Multimodal Imaging Approaches for Quantitative Assessment of Tissue Microenvironments”
Peter Mayo, a professor of education at the University of Malta, will provide a Freirean Perspective on Migration, Racism and the Mediterranean.
This workshop will address Land Concentration, Agricultural Sustainability and Food Sovereignty in the European Union
There will be a Meet and Greet with Dr. Barden from 3:30 - 3:50 p.m. in 407 Morrill Hall. Refreshments will be included.
Julian I. Schroeder, PhD University of California, San Diego Department of Biology
The University Library invites the campus community to the Library Research Showcase from 1-4 p.m. on April 10.
Join us at 1 pm for a celebration of Arnold Beckman's birthday, and a special announcement at 1:15 pm!
“Simultaneous Multi-method Brain Imaging Investigation of Human Brain Function: Evidence for a Proof of Concept” Matthew Moore, psychology, Beckman Institute Graduate Fellow, Social and Emotional Dimensions of Well-being Group
Professor Sally Engle Merry will speak on human rights, gender violence, and global governance by number.
Dell'Acqua, Mark - University of Colorado Denver, School of Medicine
Andres Coila, "Backscatter coefficient estimation of echo signals in KZK nonlinear acoustic media" Trong Nguyen, "Reference free phantom classifications using RF data"
An Amazon solutions architect and an Illinois AWS team member will be on-site to offer technical assistance and discuss cloud topics. Technology Services will grant you access to a shared AWS account for the lab; you don’t need your own. Computers will be available onsite, though you’re welcome to bring your own laptop if you prefer.
This talk summarizes recent research and proposes approaches to resolve challenges of quantification and management of infrastructural resilience from the perspective of structural health monitoring to envision a promising future with resilient and intelligent civil infrastructures.
Dr. Lington Zhang
Aron Barbey, Dept of Psychology
The Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology's Art of Science program is a celebration of common ground between science and art. Each exhibit comprises images from IGB's research portfolio enhanced to highlight the beauty and fascination encountered daily in scientific endeavors, from the microscopic to the holistic, from the physical to the abstract.
Please join us for our second annual TiMe Day Symposium. This all-day symposium will feature plenary talks from UIUC faculty, rapid talks and posters from UIUC graduate students, and a keynote address from Drs. Steven Altschuler and Lani Wu from the University of California San Francisco.
There will be a Meet and Greet with Dr. Wetzel from 3:30 - 3:50 p.m. in 407 Morrill Hall. Refreshments will be included.
Professor Lionel Ruffel of Université Paris 8 will speak on the elusiveness of the term "contemporary" and the global interrogation of that term over the past fifteen years.
Sandra Tsing Loh, host of the syndicated daily radio science minute and NPR podcast “The Loh Down on Science,” leads a FREE workshop for undergraduate and graduate students and postdocs to help improve communication about their research. Registration is required.
Ambassador Alec Aalto will speak on EU-US-Russia relations.
Human Brain Stiffness: From Cognitive Neuroscience to the Clinic
Erich D. Jarvis, PhD Rockefeller University
This lecture will take place in French. || L’affaire dite de « Tarnac » traversait l’Atlantique alors qu’en France, le livre devient unique pièce à conviction d’un procès médiatique puis d’un procès judiciaire (Tarnac 9). C’est toute la structure moderne du littéraire, celle que le contemporain met en crise, qui se trouve ici convoquée.
Functional Proteomics of AMPA-type Glutamate receptor complex
Graduate students in participating departments are invited to submit CSE Fellowship Proposals for support of interdisciplinary research in Computational Science and Engineering (CSE). Several awards are expected to be given for the 2018 -2019 academic year which is from August 16, 2018 to July 15, 2019.
The event includes morning research presentations and graduate student awards. Lunch and a poster session will follow the morning's program of speakers. Keynote speaker, Dr. Elizabeth Berry-Kravis,Professor of Pediatrics, Neurological Sciences, and Biochemistry Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL
OpenACC (www.openacc.org) is an open standard for using directives, or instructions to the compiler, to accelerate scientific applications with hardware accelerators. We’ll discuss what OpenACC is, the basics of how and when to use it, and look at how OpenACC has been used to accelerate computationally intensive Magnetic Resonance Imaging reconstructions with GPUs.
Professor Frank Durham from the University of Iowa will present a brown bag talk "From Lippmann to Breitbart: Science, Journalism and the Conservative Media, 1919/ 2018."
Please join us for a Public Lecture Series event, “The Process of Creating I Am Alfonso Jones.” Featuring: Stacey Robinson, Professor of Graphic Design & Illustration at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign
"Antibodies, Antigens and Enzymes: Creating the Building Blocks of In Vitro Diagnostic Assays" A. Scott Muerhoff, PhD Director of Biologics and Senior Research Fellow Abbott Diagnostics
With a handy Loh Down on Science Communication toolkit, we look at recent Beckman Institute videos of “60 Second Science.” We analyze the language, celebrate the science, laud the presenters .. and remake this moribund format from the ground up.
This summit focuses on the convergence of AI, big data, and technology that will impact health care of the future
There will be a Meet and Greet with Dr. Ogden from 3:30 - 3:50 p.m. in 407 Morrill Hall. Refreshments will be included.
Join us as we honor and celebrate our outstanding faculty members at the fifty-fourth annual Faculty Awards Ceremony. The ceremony will be held in the NCSA auditorium, with a reception immediately following in the NCSA lobby.