Squishy Physics

Squishy Physics & Pizza Seminar Series

When: Wednesday Evenings - 5:30pm till...

Where: Room 119, Maxwell-Dworkin Building, 33 Oxford St, on the Harvard Campus. Directions and parking instructions are here.

What: These talks are informal, with emphasis on new results and ideas, rather than polished presentations. The audience typically includes physicists, engineers, mathematicians, including the biologically-inclined as well as a few biologists.  The goal is to stimulate discussion with the audience.  Talks are typically about 45 minutes long, with lots of questions along the way.

Pizza: Only the finest! 

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Directions: Where: Squishy Physics talks are held in RM 119 (2nd level) of the Maxwell Dworkin Building, 33 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA. See Harvard Campus map here.

Parking: Parking: Metered parking is available on Oxford Street.  Speakers, please contact Jill Susarrey to obtain a parking permit.  

Squishy Physics is sponsored by the Cabot Corporation, Dean Cherry Murray and the Weitz Research Group.

A whiteboard, LCD projector, and overhead projector are all available.

If you have comments or suggestions or would like to give a talk, please contact Liheng Cai or Joerg Werner.

Here is the upcoming schedule