Dr. Wolfram will be giving a special Thursday Complex Systems Seminar on April 11 in WEST HALL 340 (note location change) entitled "Exploring the Computational Universe: Discoveries and Implications". 


Dr. Wolfram will also be giving the keynote talk at the Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery & Engineering (MICDE) Symposium "Computational Science: Classical Origins, New Frontiers" on April 10th in the Rackham building.  Dr. Wolfram is probably best known outside academia as the creator of Mathematica and as the author of A New Kind of Science (2002) and is a pioneer in the field of complex systems research.  

Complex Systems faculty member Marisa Eisenberg will also be one of the speakers at this Symposium.