Science on Tap: "Computers to Assist: Designing Technology that Improves Human Life"
with LouAnne Boyd and Jason Keller
Open to the public, Science on Tap is a series of casual moderated discussions featuring experts who explore the intersection of science and culture.
In January, we'll be joined by Chapman mathematics and computer science instructor, LouAnne Boyd, Ph.D.
ChapmanU Science on Tap is for science lovers (and novices) in the community who want to enjoy good beverages, good food and fascinating conversation. Join us! We'll be gathering at one of our favorite spots: Chapman Crafted Beer.
2018-19 Season Line-Up:
Mon. 09/17/18 @ 6p
"Quantum Entanglement: Does Physics Have a Speed Limit?" with Matthew Leifer, Ph.D.
Mon. 10/15/18 @ 6p
"A tale of two cities: How space and place affect your health" with Georgiana Bostean, Ph.D.
Mon. 11/26/18 @ 6p
"Solving Wicked Problems in the Sciences" with Greg Goldsmith, Ph.D. and GCI Student Team.
Mon. 01/14/19 @ 6p
"Computers to Assist: Designing Technology that Improves Human Life" with LouAnne Boyd, Ph.D.
Mon. 02/18/19 @ 6p
“Designing New Molecules – Lessons from Nature’s Molecular Machines" with Maduka Ogba, Ph.D.
Mon. 03/11/19 @ 6p
"Hagfish biomimetics: Profound lessons from the deep sea" with Douglas Fudge, Ph.D.
Mon. 04/15/19 @ 6p
"Your Sustainable Home" with Mackenzie Crigger, Energy Conservation and Sustainability Manager at Chapman.