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Charlie Doering Memorial Symposium brings together collegues, family and friends

From "Staying Cool, Charlie's Way" to "Merging the multi-fractal model of turbulence with the Navier-Stokes equations" there were great talks and Charlie anectodes along the way.

The Charlie Doering Memorial Symposium held May 26 and 27 was a wonderful event with exceptional talks and engaged Q&A's and the 'Celebration of Life' reception was both emotional and festive - as Charlie wanted it to be (the festive part). Many old friends were able to connect and share stories about their relationships with Charlie. It was especially touching to see the family, friends and colleagues that made their way to Ann Arbor for this event.

Here are some pictures from the two day symposium and the celebration.

Sid Redner, SFI, opens his talk with a poignant message.
"Durotaxis: It ain't necessarily so." Friend and UM Physics colleague, Len Sander, speaks on Day 2.
Paula Doering looks on at the day's proceedings in Rackham Amphitheatre.
Complex Systems faculty and affiliated faculty enjoy the Thursday lunch break in Assembly Hall. Mark Newman, David Lubensky, Luis Zaman, Jordan Horowitz and Abigail Jacobs.
The Charlie Gallery.
Carl Simon says a few words about Charlie, followed by Charlie's son Evan Doering.
Complex Systems folk enjoy the Celebration of Life reception. Mark Newman, Abigail Jacobs, Jeff Lockhart and Joseph Johnson.
Watching the Peter Crosman video.
Ominous skies held off and many enjoyed perfect weather on the lovely terraces of Rackham.
Trying to be sunny.
Guests enjoying the Celebration of Life in honor of Charlie Doering.
Release Date: 06/16/2022
Tags: Complex Systems