The Centripetals luncheon lecture series continues with a presentation by Louis Gross on “Fostering Interdisciplinarity in Research and Education: NIMBioS and Beyond,” noon Wednesday, Nov. 18, in the Toyota Auditorium of the Baker Center. Tickets are $8, payable at the door, and includes lunch.
The first Centripetal Luncheon for the fall semester will feature David Patterson, presenting “The Homeless Among Us: Technology To Know and Aid Our Neighbors,” noon Wednesday, Sept. 30, in the University Center Executive Dining Room. Tickets are $8 at the door but prior registration is required.
Lynne Parker, a professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and the research director of the department’s Distributed Intelligence Laboratory, will discuss “distributed intelligence” in multi-robot systems at the University Studies Program’s Centripetals Luncheon at noon on Wednesday, April 29.