Seminars

Upcoming Seminars



Mathematical Biology seminar: "Cancer cells and their epithelial neighbors"

Katrina Podsypanina (Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques [IHES])
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I am a cancer researcher working on a framework for a new mathematical model of metastasis



Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: "Uncovering New Transport Regimes and Light-Induced Phases in Quantum Materials "

Margaret Murnane (University of Colorado – Boulder)
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High harmonic generation (HHG) is a unique quantum light source with fundamentally new capabilities, by up-converting femtosecond lasers to very short wavelengths. This produces fully spatially and…



Mathematical Biology seminar: TBA

Cengiz Pehlevan (Harvard University)
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Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: "TBA"

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Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: "TBA"

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Past Seminars



Mathematical Biology seminar: "Boolean Networks: discrete dynamical models of high-dimensional nonlinear systems"

Jordan Rozum (Pennsylvania State University)
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Boolean networks are a common modeling tool for studying the phenotypic changes that cells undergo in response stimuli. Examples include cell differentiation during embryogenesis, metastasis of…



Mathematical Biology seminar: TBA

Jordan Rozum (Pennsylvania State University)
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DIP Annual Diversity Seminar

Dr. Gina Quan (San José State University)
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Our speaker will be Dr. Gina Quan (https://ginaquan.com/). Title & abstract will be announced closer to the date. 



Annual Diversity Seminar Website Event: "Cultivating Equity-Focused Institutional Change in University STEM Departments"

Gina Quan (San José State University)
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Discipline-based education research has made great strides in understanding how to foster more equitable and effective teaching in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). However, there still has…



Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: "Non-thermal pathways to quantum matter "

Martin Claassen (University of Pennsylvania)
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Quantum materials host a wide range of phenomena that challenge our physical understanding while offering intriguing possibilities for next-generation technologies. A promising direction towards…