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Research without borders: Head of Santa Fe Institute to address NSF

...ve, vision for understanding emergent behavior and multiscale phenomena in complex systems beyond the confines of the canonical disciplines is the norm. The Santa Fe Institute was founded to meet this set of challenges by providing a unique environment that transcends disciplines, breaks traditional academic ...

Leibniz Prize winners 2007 announced

...ic bonds. He is instrumental in the development of multiscale materials modelling, a cutting-edge discipline used to describe materials across scales, from individual atoms to crystals to complete workpieces. Following his doctorate in physics at the University of Stuttgart, Peter Gumbsch went to Oxford in 19...

Leibniz Prize winners 2006

...e a variety of physical phenomena and often have a multiscale nature. The mathematical tools he uses for his work include advanced analytical methods and numerical simulation. He is particularly interested in micromagnetism, which is especially important for the development of new data storage technology, as we...

New DOE program funds $20 million for multiscale mathematics research

... University of Wisconsin, Madison ($351,345) The multiscale mathematics program seeks to help break through th...ract. The researchers will develop and apply new multiscale mathematics algorithms and analysis to support the Office of Science's research missions. The resea...

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(Date:4/17/2014)... . Our eyes ... us with a continuous stream of information about our own ... in a car the world glides by us and ... effort, our brain calculates self-motion from this "optic flow". This ... gaze during our own movements. Together with biologists from the ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... years ago, Katia Silvera , a postdoctoral scholar at ... a field trip in a mountainous area in central Panama ... before. , Unable to identify it, they contacted German Carnevali, ... to be an unnamed species. So Carnevali recently named it ... the genus name, comprising about 40 species in the world. ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... in Europe, Asia and the United States are spreading ... impacting native honeybee populations at this time, according to ... including Nosema microsporidia and Varroa ... to these invasive pests, which suggests to us that ... and the United States currently are not necessary in ...
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