Vatican Observatory’s Guy Consolmagno to Present a Seminar “Is Vesta an Intact Protoplanet? (Probably not!)” Feb 20th at the ASL

Brother Guy Consolmagno SJ, President of the Vatican Observatory Foundation and an astronomer and meteoriticist at the Vatican Observatory, will present a seminar, “Is Vesta an Intact Protoplanet? (Probably not!)”​, at the SP on February 20th as part of the ASL and Ames Bio and Syn Bio Talks Seminar Series. The event will be held in...

Dr. Daisuke Kiga to present “Simplification of the Genetic Code: Restricted Diversity of Genetically Encoded Amino Acids” at the ASL on Feb. 17

Daisuke Kiga, Associate Professor of computational intelligence and systems science and faculty member of the Earth-Life Science Institute at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, will present a seminar, “Simplification of the Genetic Code: Restricted Diversity of Genetically Encoded Amino Acids”​, at the ASL on February 17th as part of the ASL and Ames Bio and Syn Bio...

Advanced Control and Level-crossing Prediction Techniques to Increase Efficiencies in Ames’ Sustainability Base with Robin Franz on Decebmer 9th

Robin Franz, visiting graduate student at UC Berkeley by arrangement through his professor Manfred Morari in the Automatic Control Laboratory at ETH Zurich, and Dr. Francesco Borrelli in the Model Predictive Control Laboratory at UC Berkeley, will present a seminar, “A Comparison of Model Predictive Control (MPC) to the Existing Traditional PID Control Algorithm for Building-side Hot Water...

Overcoming Fundamental Limitations of In Vitro Diagnostics Using NanoPlasmonic BioNEMS and Optofluidic Metasurfaces with Ali Yanik at ASL on Decebmer 11th

Ali Yanik, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at the Jack Baskin School of Engineering at UC Santa Cruz, will present a seminar, “NanoPlasmonic BioNEMS and Optofluidic Metasurfaces​”, at the ASL on Thursday, December 11th. The event will be held in Building N239, Room #B39 from 1:00-2:00pm.   Dr. Yanik’s brief bio and an abstract of his talk follow below. Questions about this event can...

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