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(2010), Evidence for a sharp structure variation inside a red giant star, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 520, L6 Degroote, P., Aerts, C., Baglin, A., Miglio, A. (2010), Deviations from a uniform period spacing of gravity modes in a massive star, Nature, Volume 464, Issue 7286, pp. (2008) Probing the properties of convective cores through g modes: high-order g modes in SPB and γ Doradus stars, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 386, pp.Conference on Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry (CAARI2016) together with Dr. Still on October 2013: Our collaborative abstract "Origin of Phytolith Carbon Revealed by Isotopic Measurements of Extracted Phytoliths from FACE Grasses" is now accepted at the AGU Fall Meeting 2013 for an Oral presentation By Dr. Alexandre) and Paul Ryerson (Research Specialist from UCI) was revised and published at the Review of Paleobotany and Palynology.
August 2015: A manuscript from our phytolith team, Paul Reyerson, Anne Alexandre, Araks Harutyunyan, Remi Corbineau, Hector Matinez, among others were accepted to the open Biogeosciences Discussion journal. Santos, former advisee Hector Martinez de La Torre and an international team published a work at Rapid Commun. Santos started co-advising a Ph D Candidate (Fabiana Oliveira) from IF-UFF, Brazil on "Sample preparation improvements" and "Urbam CO2 domes of Southern regions of Brazil". Fabiana Oliveira received a fellowship from CAPES Brazil to work with Dr.
SFI's 2016 Stanislaw Ulam Memorial Lectures feature Seth Lloyd, who explores what happens when one system gains an advantage in collecting and processing information – an advantage he believes underlies creation and destruction in our universe.
See More News Center , SFI President David Krakauer takes a critical look at artificial intelligence in light of humanity's long tradition of using tools to augment cognition -- and our more recent, perhaps darker tendency to let them do the thinking for us.
See More News Center During an SFI Community Lecture in Santa Fe, Rosalind Picard reveals some of the surprises she has discovered at the intersection of human emotion and wearable tech. See More News Center Scientists are getting better at prediction, but there’s good reason to believe we will eventually bump up against some fundamental limits.
A recent workshop at SFI asked where those limits might be.
See More News Center Whether it’s walking across hot coals or simply going to church on Sunday, people who participate in regular religious acts send a clear signal to others that they’re ready and willing to contribute to their communities, a new study suggests.
See More News Center Today, three researchers introduce a new method that reveals interesting and sometime surprising structures in networks, from power grids to the internet, at the micro, macro, and in-between scales.
See More News Center On the popular podcast "Waking Up with Sam Harris," SFI President David Krakauer weighs in on whether your brain is an information processor.
It is, he says, because it converts disorder to order.
See More News Center SFI's free online course, Introduction to Dynamical Systems and Chaos with College of the Atlantic professor David Feldman, begins July 5.
Topics to be covered include: phase space, bifurcations, chaos, the butterfly effect, strange attractors, and pattern formation.
He is actively involved in the activities and planning of several working groups within the space missions Co Ro T, Kepler and the ESA planet-finding candidate mission PLATO.