The Biophysics Chalk Talk is a multidisciplinary series reflecting a broad range of topics typically offered in the Biological Physics Seminars. By contrast to the Biological Physics Seminars, the presentation is accomplished with chalk at hand. This setting provides a step-by-step simplified exposition of one’s work that is more focused on the logic of the science presented rather than on results as would be the case in traditional seminars. The Biophysics Chalk Talk is organized by the Center for Biological Physics.
If you have any questions regarding the Chalk Talks please contact:
Matthias Heyden, Chalk Talk Organizer
Juliet Speas, CBP Coordinator
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Seminars are held on the first and third Tuesdays during the semester, from 12 noon to 1pm in the CBP Seminar Room (PSF 372). Please check the schedule below for talks.
Everybody is welcome. The setting is informal and discussions are encouraged.
|Stuart Lindsay||Department of Physics||TBA (Lindsay)|
|Jong Seto||SEMTE||TBA (Seto)|
|Steve Presse'||Department of Physics||TBA(Presse')|
|Doug Shepherd||Department of Physics||TBA(Shepherd)|
|Oliver Beckstein||Department of Physics||TBA(Beckstein)|