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Lorentz Center Highlights Lectures 2013
12 February , Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution: Stephanie Jenouvrier
"Challenges to move forward a predictive ecology"
12 March , University of Illinois: Anthony Leggett
"Glass: the Cinderella problem of low-temperature physics"
, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Wolfgang Ketterle
"Superfluid atomic gases - Ultracold, ultra dilute"
16 April , University of Amsterdam: André de Roos
"Small contra large: implications of ontogenetic asymmetry for fisheries management"
14 May , Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy: Steven Tingay
"The Murchison Widefield Array: the hunt for the first luminous objects in the early Universe"
14 February , CWI: Roeland Merks
"Mathematical modelling of cellular self-organization in protein gels: how cells can 'read' and 'write'"
10 April , Institute for Chronobiology University of California-San Diego: Susan Golden
"How bacteria tell time"
27 November , University of Groningen: Petra Rudolf
"See atoms move in real time"
1 February , INNOGEN, School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh: Jane Calvert
"Biology as engineering: from Lego to life?"
15 March , Univ. of Paris Denis Diderot/AIM, CEA Saclay: Isabelle Grenier
"New gamma-ray views of a turbulent universe"
26 April , Oxford University (UK), Dept. of Statistics: Steffen Lauritzen
"Graphical models for Forensic DNA"
14 June , Leiden Institute of Physics: Ya-Wen Sun
"Black Hole Answers for Condensed Matter Questions"
22 November , Groningen Biomolecular Sciences and Biotechn. Inst. - Rijksuniversiteit Groningen: Matthias Heinemann
"With new tools and approaches to novel fascinating insights about microbial metabolism"
23 March , The James Franck Institute, University of Chicago, USA: Leo Kadanoff
"Seeing phase transitions from outside"
31 March , Department of Plant & Microbial Biology, University of California, Berkeley, USA: Tasios Melis
"The road to renewable biofuels: hydrogen, biodiesel, or ethanol"
27 October , VIB Department of Molecular and Cellular Interactions, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium: Frank Bruggeman
"Making cell biology predictive with constraint-based modeling"
6 February , University of Manchester, UK: Andre Geim
"Graphene: Emerging Matter"
13 March , Center for Cognitive Science, University of Minnesota, USA: Paul van den Broek
"To make sense or not to make sense (of text): that's the question"
20 March , Instituut Lorentz, LION, and Lorentz Center: Wim van Saarloos
"A decade of discoveries"
16 October , CWI, Amsterdam and Technische Universiteit Eindhoven: Ute Ebert
"Streamers, sprites, leaders, lightning: from micro- to macroscales"
4 December , CalTech: Erik Winfree
"Learning how to program chemistry"
7 March , Duke University, USA: Herbert Edelsbrunner
"Interface surfaces of molecular complexes"
9 May , University of California, Irvine, USA: Steve Gross
"Moving cargos in a cell: how do molecular motors work together?"
30 May , Spinoza Instituut, Utrecht: Gerard 't Hooft
"Determinism in quantum mechanics"
13 June , Princeton University, USA: Manjul Bhargava
“Sums of squares and the 290-Theorem”
12 September , Leiden and Utrecht Universities: Jan Hogendijk
"Geometric Patterns in Islamic Art"
10 Oktober , Leiden Observatory: George Miley
24 October , American Museum of Natural History: Ben Oppenheimer
"The Scientific Search for Life Outside the Solar System"
28 November , Cardiff University, UK: David Healy
"Does anything in Psychiatry work? The implications for Neuroscience if the answer is no"
12 December , University of California Santa Barbara, USA: Jacob Israelachvili
"Adhesion and friction forces in the life of a gecko"