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The 2018 MICDE Annual Symposium

Computation: A Pillar of Science and a Lens to the Future
Thursday, March 22, 2018
8:00 AM-5:00 PM
4th Floor Rackham Graduate School (Horace H.) Map
The symposium will highlight how computational science is advancing research from the molecular to the atmospheric scale.
We welcome back Cleve Moler, original author of Matlab ®, and co-founder of MathWorks, as a keynote speaker.
He will be joined by: Gurudurth Banavar — co-founder and CTO, Viome; Cyhthia Chestek — Biomedical Engineering & EECS, U-M; Alison Marsden — Pediatrics and Bioengineering, Stanford University; Raju Namburu — Chief Scientist, Army Research Lab; Stephen Smith — Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, U-M; Beth Wingate — Professor of Mathematics, University of Exeter.

As always, the symposium will also feature a poster competition highlighting notable computational work from U-M postdocs and students. The posters have proved highly popular in previous years, and we look forward to this year’s submissions.

Please RSVP at micde.umich.edu/symposium18
Building: Rackham Graduate School (Horace H.)
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Event Type: Conference / Symposium
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