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Section 1

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These are the 12 new Biophysics Students: The Class of 2014 Temperature jump kinetics with fluorescence microscopy Biophysics Society Govindjee
Section 2

News

NEW TIME for Keynote at 2014 Colin A Wraight Molecular Biophysics Training Grant Symposium

Professor Julio Fernandez, of Columbia University, will be the Keynote Speaker at the 2014 Colin A Wraight Molecular Biophysics Training Grant Symposium, on November 14, 2014. The Keynote speech "Titin: A Giant Mechanical Computer" will be from 3:00-4:00pm in 1005 Beckman. The New Faculty Talk, "Blood Clotting and Coarse-Grained Biophysics", will be presented by Charles Sing, of the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department, at 11:00am. Student presentations and a poster session will be held throughout the day. Lunch will be provided to registrants. Registration is free.

CPLC/BIOP Bi-annual Symposium

The bi-annual Center for the Physics of Living Cells/Biophysics and Quantitative Biology Symposium for Fall 2014 will be held on Monday, November 17, from 8:00am to 1:00pm, in 1005 Beckman. The Symposium will feature talks from twelve Biophysics and CPLC graduate students and postdocs. Breakfast, coffee breaks, and pizza lunch will be provided.

Colin A Wraight Molecular Biophysics Training Grant Symposium 2014

Professor Julio Fernandez, of Columbia University, will be the Keynote Speaker at the 2014 Colin A Wraight Molecular Biophysics Training Grant Symposium, on November 14, 2014. The Keynote speech "Titin: A Giant Mechanical Computer" will be from 4:00-5:00pm in 1005 Beckman. Student presentations, a new faculty talk, and a poster session will be held throughout the day. Lunch will be provided to registrants. Registration is free. More details to follow.

Welcome Class of 2014!

Biophysics would like to welcome the incoming class of 2014! The new year is off to a great start and we hope everyone has a successful year ahead! We are glad you have chosen to make Urbana-Champaign your home for the next few years. Welcome!

Three BIOP faculty awarded Blue Waters Professorships

Three Biophysics faculty members - Aleksei Aksimentiev, Sharon Hammes-Schiffer, and Klaus Schulten - were recently awarded Blue Waters Professorships. These professorships will allow them significant additional resources on Blue Waters, one of the world's most powerful supercomputers. The professors will present their works in a lecture series to be announced at a later date.

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Section 3

Calendar

"Calming the Neuroinferno with Diet and Drugs"

CEE595S - DISTINGUISHED NEWMARK LECTURE: Topology Optimization: State of the Art and Future Perspectives

ISE - " 'Sparse' Computation of Gradients for Optimization with Large Data Sets"

Tue, 28 Oct 2014 12:00:00 CDT

Title to be Announced

CBI/CHBE 565 Seminar, Prof. David V. Schaffer, University of California, Berkeley, "Molecular Elucidation and Engineering of Stem Cell Fate Decisions"

CEE595S - DISTINGUISHED LECTURE: Topology Optimization: A Structural Design Tool

Prof. David V. Schaffer, University of California at Berkeley, "Molecular Elucidation and Engineering of Stem Cell Fate Decisions"

Topology Optimization: a Structural Design Tool

Self-assembling Micro and Nano Systems

BRL Seminar and Journal Club

Computational Science and Engineering Career Pathways Lecture Series

Neuroscience Seminar-TBD

CSE Seminar "A Multiscale Generalized Finite Element Method for 3D Cohesive Fractures"

Physics Colloquium: "Deciphering Electron Matter in Novel Superconductors"

The flexible organism: development plasticity and the origins of diversity

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