National Science Foundation’s Ed Seidel to Present at LSU on Friday, July 13
BATON ROUGE – Edward Seidel, the founding director of LSU’s Center for Computation & Technology, or CCT, returns to LSU on Friday, July 13, to discuss “The Data and Computer-Driven Transformation of Modern Science” at 3 p.m. in the Life Sciences Annex Auditorium, Room A101. The talk is hosted by CCT and the LSU Office of Strategic Initiatives’ I3 Project.
Seidel, who is currently the National Science Foundation, or NSF, assistant director for Mathematical and Physical Sciences, will talk about the highly collaborative nature of science as it transforms to meet the demands and problems of the 21st century, and the role that computational science plays in this shifting environment.
Students, faculty and the general public are invited to attend this free event.
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