Seminars and Events

Data Club 2018

What is it? Informal 30 minute presentations by Ph.D. students and post-docs, 15 minute presentations for lab rotations. Discuss recent results or publications, planned studies, talks planned for meetings.
Why? Encourage interaction and gain experience giving short talks. Dates of required attendance for graded PHIS 695 Research in Progress course are indicated.
When? 2nd and 4th Monday of each month from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Where? Sanger 3-025
Date2018 Spring Series  -  Starting time 4:00 pm

January 8

(PHIS 695)

David Sweeney - (Hackett)

Molly Crowe - (Grider)

January 22

(PHIS 695)

Kavita Iyer - (Samso)

Salvadore Sierra (Maeso)

February 12

(PHIS 695)

Vinay Idikuda - (Zhou)

Rudy Toneatti - (Maeso)

February 26

(PHIS 695)

Adam Blakeney - (Karnam)

Iwona Ruchala - (Eltit)

March 12

(PHIS 695)

Teja Devarakonda - (Salloum)

Mario De La Fuente - (Maeso)

March 26

(PHIS 695)

Shanwei Shen - (Qiao)

Doan On - (Maeso)

April 9

(PHIS 695)

Jong Shin - (Maeso)

Brian Ruiz - (Eltit)

April 23

(PHIS 695)

Alexa Holloway - (Eltit)

Hongtao Li - (Liu)

May 14

(PHIS 695)

Junping Hu - (Tseng)

Ria Fyffe - (Mangino)

May 28

(PHIS 695)

Jiao Yang - (Liu)

Travis Cuddy - (Maeso)

June 11

(PHIS 695)

Jie Qian - (Lyall)

Matthew Nguyen - (Pittman)

June 25

(PHIS 695)

TBA - (Zhou)