Science Seminars: May 6 to 12

MONDAY, MAY 6

"Poisson Limit Theorem for Gibbs-Markov Systems," Xuan Zhang, adviser: Manfred Denker, Penn State, 10 a.m., 106 McAllister Building, Department of Mathematics (814-865-7527).

“My Protein Folds Faster than Yours: Using Protein-folding Rates to Test Protein-folding Theories,” Kevin Plaxco, University of California at Santa Barbara, 4 p.m., 101 Althouse Laboratory, host: Scott Selleck, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (814-867-4373).

TUESDAY, MAY 7
(None)

WEDNESDAY, MAY 8
(None)

THURSDAY, MAY 9

“Robust Mitigation of Future Flood Risk Using the Coastal Louisiana Risk Assessment Model,” David Johnson, RAND Corporation, noon, 541 Deike Building, Network for Sustainable Climate Risk Management/Earth & Environmental System Institute (814-865-5007).



“Adding Time to Geochemical and Hydrologic Processes Using Environmental Traces,” Kip Solomon, University of Utah, 4 p.m., 301 Steidle Building, Critical Zone Observatories Seminar/Earth & Environmental Systems Institute (814-865-9910).

FRIDAY, MAY 10
(None)

SATURDAY, MAY 11
(None)

SUNDAY, MAY 12
(None)

Cancellations and additions will be noted on weekly Science Seminar listings on the Web at www.science.psu.edu/science-seminars.

Last Updated May 02, 2013