Marston Morse Lecture Series

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.

Monday, April 8th

Disorder increases almost surely.
Speaker:Laure Saint-Raymond
Time:2:00pm-3:00pm
Location:Simonyi Hall 101

Tuesday, April 9th

Space-time correlations at equilibrium
Speaker:Laure Saint-Raymond
Time:2:00pm-3:00pm
Location:Simonyi Hall 101

Thursday, April 11th

Fluctuations look like white noise
Speaker:Laure Saint-Raymond
Time:2:00pm-3:00pm
Location:Simonyi Hall 101