12/06/2019 09:30 AM
The final symposium of Fall 2019 on the physics of biological function, organized by the NSF Center for the Physics of Biological Function.
11/22/2019 09:30 AM
The bootstrap program aims to map the space of possible quantum field theories, constrained only by symmetries and the basic principles of quantum mechanics. We explore exciting new developments...
11/15/2019 09:30 AM
The second symposium of Fall 2019 organized by the NSF Center for the Physics of Biological Function.
11/14/2019 06:30 PM
What makes it possible for us to create useful theories of economics, climate, or biology before we have complete understanding of people, glaciers, or proteins? A public lecture with Katherine...
10/31/2019 09:30 AM
Nonlinear PDE is an important mathematical area that impacts many different fields in mathematics and physics. This one-day event, which is now part of a symposium series at the Graduate Center...
10/25/2019 09:30 AM
Workshop sponsored by the Initiative for the Theoretical Sciences and CUNY doctoral programs in chemistry and physics
10/11/2019 09:30 AM
The first of three symposia this semester organized by the NSF Center for the Physics of Biological Function
04/04/2019 06:30 PM
Networks have been used to describe interactions between molecules in biological systems, between people in social systems, and even between parts of the brain that form an individual’s personality...
02/28/2019 06:30 PM
As humans, we organize ourselves into groups that accomplish more than any of us could alone, and so do many other animals. Join us for an exploration of these remarkable phenomena, from the...
12/14/2018 09:30 AM
Part of this semester's line-up of symposia on the physics of biological function.