Past Colloquium Lectures
April 10, 2007: "Forward and Inverse Problems"
February 22, 2007: "Sniffing by hairy noses: Odor capture by crustacean antennules in turbulent environments".
February 27, 2007: "Settling down: How do microscopic water-borne larvae of bottom-dwelling marine animals land in the right place?".
February 13, 2007: "DNA/RNA Sequence Complexity: The Entropy Distribution of Viruses and Bacteria"
Wednesday May 7th, 2008: "Why are mindless, individual agent-based computer simulation models less likely to deceive than elegant and thoughtful partial differential equation models of traditional continuum mechanics?" Lecture Video
October 22, 2007: "How Mathematics Provides Information about HIV/AIDS"
October 23, 2007: "Modeling Immune Responses: Coping with Diversity Using Shape-Space Formulations"
October 25, 2007: "Mathematical Modeling of Viral Infections of Humans: Influenza and Hepatitis"
List of Speakers (Spring 2007, Fall & Spring 2008):
- Richard Axel (Columbia University)
- Cornelia Bargmann (Rockefeller University)
- Sydney Brenner (Salk Institute)
- Mimi Koehl (UC Berkeley)
- Stanislas Leibler (Rockefeller University)
- Simon Levin (Princeton)
- Arnold Levine (Institute for Advanced Study)
- Garrett Odell (University of Washington),
- Alan Perelson (Los Alamos National Lab)
- Robert Schleif (Johns Hopkins University)