Traditionally the Morse lectures have consisted of two or three one-hour talks to be given within a week, usually during the School’s second term. It is expected that they will present a broadly conceived exposition of a topic of current interest, usually in an area related to Marston Morse’s work.

## Current Term

The following page displays Marston Morse Lectures happening throughout the current term. Click the following link to see a complete list of Marston Morse Lecture Series.

## Tuesday, February 21st

Folding papers and turbulent flows | |

Speaker: | Camillo De Lellis |

Time: | 3:30pm-4:30pm |

Location: | S-101 |

## Thursday, February 23rd

Folding papers and turbulent flows | |

Speaker: | Camillo De Lellis |

Time: | 3:30pm-4:30pm |

Location: | S-101 |

## Friday, February 24th

Folding papers and turbulent flows | |

Speaker: | Camillo De Lellis |

Time: | 3:30pm-4:30pm |

Location: | S-101 |