Urbana Campus Research Calendar
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Societal pressure to publish new or novel research findings has contributed to public concerns and criticisms about the credibility of scientific studies. David Mellor, Project Manager at the Center for Open Science, will help educate researchers about reproducibility and transparency, ultimately producing research that is more effective at solving problems.
Do you know your fair use rights?
A CompGen Workshop: Is Computational Genomics the Key to Future Breakthroughs in Cancer Research?
Researchers have more ability than ever before to control genes and manipulate cell and tissue development. This lecture will focus on applying emerging synthetic biological approaches to the advancement of new cancer therapies.
Marianne Martens will deliver the 2018 Gryphon Lecture, "The Forever Fandom of Harry Potter: Fan Fiction, Festivals, and Charitable Works." Sponsored annually by The Center for Children’s Books, the lecture features a leading scholar in the field of youth and literature, media, and culture.
Dorothy Noyes, co-author of "Sustaining Interdisciplinary Collaboration" will lead a workshop at Indiana University.
There will be a Meet and Greet with Dr. Cameron from 3:30 - 3:50 p.m. in 407 Morrill Hall. Refreshments will be included.
This keynote for the symposium on Visions of Authenticity in the Built Environment will be delivered by Professor Carmen Rodríguez on the topic "Exploring Visions of Authenticity in Barcelona's Historic Urban Environments."
This symposium will advance and promote a transatlantic understanding of the contemporary challenges and opportunities facing the built environment, and identify best practices that advance adaptive reuse and preservation efforts in creating visions of authenticity.
IGB Seminar - Mining Microbial Genomes Form Follows Function: Evolution of Protein Scaffolds for Phosphoryl Group Transfer Karen N. Allen, PhD Boston University, Department of Chemistry
Barria, Andres - University of Washington Seattle
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
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.
Sean P. Mullen, Dept of Kinesiology and Community Health
Dr. Larry Lee
Join the discussion at the Carle Cancer Research Update Meeting. Lunch is not served, but you are welcome to bring your own lunch. Topic: “Pathology Processing and Its Application to Research” Speaker: Becky Sinkes, BS, MBA, HTL; Clinical Research Coordinator
Sustainable water management is becoming an increasingly complex challenge which requires interdisciplinary approaches. Combining hydrology, engineering and economics, integrated water management modeling is effective in facilitating water systems analysis and decision making at a variety of spatial scales. This presentation discusses integrated modeling at local, regional
There will be a Meet and Greet with Dr. Beye from 3:30 - 3:50 p.m. in 407 Morrill Hall. Refreshments will be included.
Dr. Anita Balgopal, Director, Office for the Protection of Research Subjects: Human Subjects Research
IGB Seminar - Gene Networks in Neural & Developmental Plasticity “Mechanisms Underlying Sex Dependent Effects of Stress Across Generations” Larry A. Feig, PhD Tufts University, School of Medicine
Krook-Magnuson, Esther - University of Minnesota
Cancer research is becoming more reliant on data, computing, software, and visualization. This workshop explores the resources and services that are available to campus researchers and partners to help address computing and data challenges, as well as discuss collaborative opportunities for scientists, engineers, and scholars.
3D Bioprinting for Cellular Machines by Rashid Bashir
The Matt Avery Trio, featuring Matt Avery, trombone; Chris Hartley, guitar; and Andrew Walits, bass, will primarily perform a mix of jazz standards.
Studies about Conformational Changes and Functional Movements Using Full-atom Model Combined with Coarse-grained and QM/MM
There will be a Meet and Greet with Dr. Heckscher from 3:30 - 3:50 p.m. in 407 Morrill Hall. Refreshments will be included.
Dr. Enrique Neblett, University of North Carolina
Stormwater Public Open House, March 26 from 5:00 - 7:30 p.m., at the Urbana Civic Center.
This video conference will address populism in Italy, and will take place in Italian. || Vi invitiamo a discutere con noi delle recenti elezioni in Italia, e delle loro possibili immediate conseguenze. Questa discussione a videoconferenza sarà condotta in italiano, e vi offrirà l’opportunità di fare esercizio di lingua.
IGB Seminar - Biocomplexity "The Deep Blue (Inland) Seas: Illuminating Microbial Activity in Earth’s Largest Freshwater System" Maureen Coleman, PhD University of Chicago, Department of Geophysical Sciences
Spector, Alan - Florida State University
Uncovering the Survival Strategies of Aerobic Bacteria: From Enzymes to Ecosystems Chris Greening, PhD Head, Integrative Microbiology Laboratory Monash University
Professor Rachel Epstein will lecture on changes to the political ties between banks and states in the European market.
This two-day workshop will cover the skills you need to succeed as all fields become data-driven: Scripting for task and data management Programming with the MATLAB scripting language Data Management and Version control with Git Automation with Make and more . . .
Molecular & Integrative Physiology Seminar: Dr. Young-Chae Kim, UIUC, Kim Kemper Lab, "Regulation of intestinal cholesterol absorption by orphan nuclear receptor SHP" and Student: Connor Courtney, UIUC, Catherine Christian Lab, " Genetic loss of diazepam binding inhibitor modulates hippocampal inhibition and impairs social behavior"
Fox Family Innoation and Entrepreneurship Lecture Catherine Kleinmuntz, PhD, Co-Founder and Former CEO Strata Decision Technology Principal, Kleinmuntz Associates
Lili Sahakyan, Dept of Psychology
President Emeritus and founder of the Digital Scholarship Lab at the University of Richmond, Dr. Edward Ayers uses digital tools to curate representations of the American past for a popular audience.
The Joint Area Centers Symposium (JACS) will address the topic of revolution and radical transformation.
Our study provides useful references, practical solutions and new thinking for existent nontrivial problems and emerging challenges in transportation operations and planning under the information age and unprecedented demand for smart and sustainable mobility.
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.