Joint AATRN/STMS Seminar Series, Fridays October 7, 14, 21, 28

Dear colleagues,

We are excited to launch a collaborative series between the Applied Algebraic Topology Research Network (AATRN) and the Statistical Thermodynamics & Molecular Simulations (STMS). Each event will feature two speakers, one from the STMS community and one from the AATRN community. Both speakers, however, have interests within the purview of the other community, i.e., mathematicians who work on problems that are relevant to theoretical and computational chemistry, and statistical thermodynamicists who develop and use tools from applied mathematics. As such, the intent is to enhance discussions and collaborations between the two communities. Each seminar will comprise of two 25-minute talks (one from each community) followed by questions and discussions. 

We will have four seminars on the four Fridays of October. Our first seminar will be on Friday, October 7, 2022, 10:45 AM-12:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time. Our speakers will be Prof. Titus van Erp (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) and Prof. Jose Perea (Northeastern University). At the following link, you can find their abstracts and speaker bios. You must register for the event at the following link, after which you will receive the Zoom information:

We would also like to bring to your attention our website that has our full schedule:




Friday October 7; 10:45am EDT, Titus van Erp; 11:15am EDT, Jose Perea

Friday October 14; 10:45am EDT, Liz Munch; 11:15am EDT, Claire Adjman

Friday October 21; 10:45am EDT, Erik Santiso; 11:15am EDT, Jie Liang

Friday October 28; 10:45am EDT, Yusu Wang; 11:15am EDT, Reid van Lehn

We look forward to seeing you virtually at these events. Please feel free to pass along this information to anybody who might be interested.

Regards, Henry Adams, Aurora Clark, Amir Haji-Akbari, Sapna Sarupria, Kelin Xia

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