Noyce Conference Room
Seminar
  US Mountain Time
Speaker: 
Daniel Larremore (University of Colorado)

Our campus is closed to the public for this event.

Please join the U.S. National Science Foundation for a lecture by Daniel Larremore of the University of Colorado department of computer science and the BioFrontiers Institute.

Larremore’s research combines mathematics and computation with real-world data to create new models that provide answers to globally important questions. 

This lecture is part of a three-part series featuring the laureates of the 2022 Alan T. Waterman award, the nation's highest honor for early-career scientists and engineers.  

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To learn more about the 2022 Alan T. Waterman awardees and how to submit a nomination for the 2023 award, please visit the Alan T. Waterman award website (https://beta.nsf.gov/od/honorary-awards/waterman). 

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