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Abigail and John Van Vleck Lectures

Twenty-Third Van Vleck Lecture

Abigail and John Van Vleck Lectures

The Twenty-third Abigail and John Van Vleck Lecture

Professor Charles F. Stevens

Professor, Molecular Neurobiology Laboratory
Howard Hughes Medical Institutes Investigator
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies

May 20, 1998 4:00 pm

Van Vleck Auditorium, Room 150, Tate Laboratory of Physics
Public Lecture: "How the Brain Computes"
Welcoming Remarks: H. Ted Davis, Dean, Institute of Technology
Introduction: Allen M. Goldman, Head, School of Physics and Astronomy
Speaker: Professor Charles F. Stevens

Reception following the lecture: Room 216, Tate Laboratory of Physics

May 21, 1998 4:00 pm

Van Vleck Auditorium, Room 150, Tate Laboratory of Physics

Physics and Astronomy Colloquium:
"The Role of Theory in Neurobiology: General Observations and an Example"


The Van Vleck Lecture Series is made possible by a gift to the Institute of Technology from Abigail Pearson Van Vleck, the wife of John Hasbrouck Van Vleck.
Mrs. Van Vleck is a graduate of the University of Minnesota. She died in February of 1989.


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