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  • Dr. Michael Brenner, Harvard, The Ongoing Saga Surrounding the Velocity Fluctuations in Sedimentation
    harvard edu brenner Audio requires RealPlayer by RealNetworks Begin WebCam and audio for the whole talk high bandwidth or medium bandwidth Or begin audio only for the whole talk high bandwidth or low bandwidth Or right click to download the

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/brenner1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Barbara Romanowicz, Berkeley, Global Seismic Tomography: A Window into the Earth's Deep Interior
    and discussing their various strengths and limitations I will point out that the downgoing convective flows are better resolved at the present time than the upwellings I will then describe how new waveform inversion approaches can lead to significant progress in seismic imaging of hotter regions and illustrate this by showing recent results from anelastic tomography in the upper mantle I will conclude by identifying those areas both in data

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/romanowicz1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Jim Peebles, Princeton University, Problems with the Standard Cosmological Model
    observations of galaxies leads me to suspect that the world is more complicated than the cold dark matter model Audio requires RealPlayer by RealNetworks Begin WebCam and audio for the whole talk high bandwidth or medium bandwidth Or begin audio

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/peebles1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Charles Townes, Berkeley, Why Didn't We Have Lasers 25 Years Sooner?
    with emphasis on the sociology of science interactions within the scientific community and the effects of important scientific ideas in blocking alternative paths of thought Audio requires RealPlayer by RealNetworks Begin WebCam and audio for the whole talk high bandwidth

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/townes1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Christian Jacob, University of Calgary, If Darwin Had Been a Programmer -- Evolutionary Design by Computers
    to build complex and elaborate systems Instead of composing its entities from pre fabricated parts nature uses alternative approaches to explore design solutions for the creation of its organisms as e g structure formation growth self assembly self organization emergence and evolution This presentation will illustrate how to breed computer programs and how to utilize evolutionary techniques for emergent computation through swarm intelligence systems Audio requires RealPlayer by RealNetworks Begin

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/jacob1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Steve Hsu, Institute of Theoretical Science, University Oregon, Superconductivity in Quark Matter
    from the viewpoint of an effective field theory describing modes near a Fermi surface The ground state of 3 flavor matter at sufficiently high density exhibits color flavor locking in which the color and flavor orientation of the di quark condensate are coupled causing color superconductivity Audio requires RealPlayer by RealNetworks Begin WebCam and audio for the whole talk high bandwidth or medium bandwidth Or begin audio only for the

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/hsu1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Lawrence Krauss, Case Western Reserve, Life, The Universe and Nothing: The Future of Life in and Ever-Expanding Universe
    Expanding Universe Dr Lawrence Krauss Case Western Reserve http www phys cwru edu krauss Audio requires RealPlayer by RealNetworks Begin WebCam and audio for the whole talk high bandwidth or medium bandwidth Or begin audio only for the whole talk

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/krauss1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Julie Theriot, Stanford, Crawling Cells & Comet Tails
    actin filaments are capable of exerting significant mechanical forces Certain intracellular bacterial pathogens including the food poisoning agent Listeria monocytogenes have developed the ability to induce the polymerization of human host cell actin filaments on their surfaces and to harness the resulting force for efficient intra and intercellular spread of the infection Moving bacteria are associated with a characteristic actin structure that resembles the tail of a comet We have

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