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2020 Distinguished Research Virtual Lecture Series

Distinguished Research Virtual Lecture Series

Lu Ann Aday Distinguished Lecture

Jayson L. Lusk
Distinguished Professor and Head of the Department of Agricultural Economics, College of Agriculture

Food Policy: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Economic research provides insights into when and why food policies fail and what can be done to improve the well-being of food consumers and farmers alike.

Herbert Newby McCoy Distinguished Lecture

Chris Greene
Albert Overhauser Distinguished Professor of Physics and Astronomy, College of Science

Making the Counterintuitive Intuitive in the Quantum World

Strengthening our theoretical understanding of the quantum world involves both detailed quantitative computations of the relevant equations, and an enhancement of our qualitative intuition. This strategy has enabled the Greene group’s discovery of new phenomena, such as the “trilobite molecule” and the interpretation of puzzling experiments.

Arden L. Bement Jr. Distinguished Lecture

Kaushik Roy
Edward G. Tiedemann Jr. Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering

Re-Engineering Computing with Neuro-Inspired Learning

Neuromorphic computing and the design of underlying hardware can lead to quantum improvements in energy efficiency with good accuracy.

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