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  • 9 May Daniela Huppenkothen, New York University:
    "Unravelling the Long-Term Evolution of Black Holes with Machine Learning"


  • 2 February Chris Done, Durham University:
    "Black Holes, on the Black Background of Space - So How are You Meant to See Them?"


  • 3 February Tamara Bogdanovic, Georgia Technological University:
    "When Galaxies Merge, What Happens to Their Supermassive Black Holes?"
  • 26 May Karel in 't Hout, University of Antwerp:
    "Models and simulation in contemporary option valuation"
  • 6 October Doyne Farmer, University of Oxford:
    "How the Tropic Structure of the Economy Amplifies Growth"
  • 27 October Russell Gray, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History:
    "Words as a Window on Our Past"
  • 1 December Pinky Dua, Pfizer BioTherapeutics:
    "Modelling and Simulation in Drug Discovery and Development"
  • 15 December Debora Sijacki, University of Cambridge:
    "Powerful Outflows from Supermassive Black Holes in the Early Universe"


  • 11 February Jan Sijbers, University of Antwerp:
    "Superresolution Reconstruction in Tomographic Imaging"
  • 18 March Raymond Shaw , Michigan Technological University:
    "Supercooled Clouds: Ece Crystal Power Laws and Orbits"
  • 1 April Natalie Webb, XMM-Newton Survey Science Centre:
    "Searching for the Building Blocks of Galaxies"
  • 6 May Marieke Huisman, University of Twente:
    "Challenges in the Verification of Concurrent Software"
  • 13 May Jakob Hohwy, Monash University:
    "The Predictive Mind"
  • 20 May Jessica Pierce, University of Colorado Denver:
    "At War with Animals"


  • 12 February Stephanie Jenouvrier, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution:
    "Shallenges to Move Forward a Aredictive Ecology"
  • 12 March Anthony Leggett, University of Illinois:
    "Glass: The Cinderella Problem of Low-temperature Physics"
  • 12 March Wolfgang Ketterle, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
    "Superfluid Atomic Gases - Ultracold, Ultra Dilute"
  • 16 April André de Roos, University of Amsterdam:
    "Small Contra Large: Implications of Ontogenetic Asymmetry for Fisheries Management"
  • 14 May Steven Tingay, Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy:
    "The Murchison Widefield Array: The Hunt for the First Luminous Objects in the Early Universe"
  • 28 May Diego Garlaschelli, Instituut-Lorentz for Theoretical Physics:
    "Early Warning Signals of Interbank Collapse"
  • 29 October Frank Wuerthner, The University of Würzburg:
    "Kinetically Trapped Dye Aggregates - New Perspectives For Photophysical Investigations and Materials Design?"


  • 14 February Roeland Merks, CWI:
    "Mathematical Modelling of Cellular Self-organization in Protein Gels: How Cells Can 'Read' and 'Write'"
  • 10 April Susan Golden, Institute for Chronobiology University of California-San Diego:
    "How Bacteria Tell Time"
  • 27 November Petra Rudolf, University of Groningen:
    "See Atoms Move in Real Time"


  • 1 February Jane Calvert, INNOGEN, School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh:
    "Biology as Engineering: From Lego to Life?"
  • 15 March Isabelle Grenier, Univ. of Paris Denis Diderot/AIM, CEA Saclay:
    "New Gamma-ray Views of a Turbulent Universe"
  • 26 April Steffen Lauritzen, Oxford University (UK), Dept. of Statistics:
    "Graphical Models for Forensic DNA"
  • 14 June Ya-Wen Sun, Leiden Institute of Physics:
    "Black Hole Answers for Condensed Matter Questions"
  • 22 November Matthias Heinemann, Groningen Biomolecular Sciences and Biotechn. Inst. - Rijksuniversiteit Groningen:
    "With New Tools And Approaches To Novel Fascinating Insights About Microbial Metabolism"


  • 23 March Leo Kadanoff, The James Franck Institute, University of Chicago, USA:
    "Seeing Phase Transitions From Outside"


  • 31 March Tasios Melis , Department of Plant & Microbial Biology, University of California, Berkeley, USA:
    "The Road To Renewable Biofuels: Hydrogen, Biodiesel, Or Ethanol"
  • 27 October Frank Bruggeman, VIB Department of Molecular and Cellular Interactions, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium:
    "Making Cell Biology Predictive With Constraint-Based Modeling"