CPLC/CBQB Graduate Student/Postdoc Symposium, Tuesday, November 6th

10/30/2018 11:22:58 AM

Please plan to attend the biannual CPLC/CBQB Graduate Student/Postdoc Symposium on Tuesday, November 6th, from 8:30am-12:30pm. The event will begin with a coffee/breakfast and end with a Jimmy Johns lunch for participants. Recognition will be given to the "best talks" as voted by the audience.

For students and faculty not in Urbana, all talks will be live-streamed on the CPLC Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/cplcillinois/

More information and the schedule of talks will be available soon. In the mean time, direct any questions to the organizers, Angela Barragan, abarrag2@illinois.edu, Andres Arango, aarango2@illinois.edu, and Yongjae Lee, yongjae2@illinois.edu.


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