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The second Science on Screen of the third series was presented by Semir Zeki (Professor of Neuroesthetics at UCL), who chose Dir Mark Levinson’s Particle Fever. Semir described how brain scans are now beginning to reveal centres of the brain associated with the aesthetic experience of beauty.
LML External Fellow Isaac Perez has had his paper titled ‘Improving randomness characterization through Bayesian model selection’ accepted to Nature: Scientific Reports. The paper can he accessed here.
Minority Report explores a world where a technological breakthrough has allowed mankind to foresee violent crimes a few minutes before they take place. The predictions are infallible except – and here the logic must not be excessively scrutinised — a special police unit can race to the scene, intervene, and alter the course of the […]
LML External Fellow Isaac Perez has completed and submitted his joint paper titled ‘Level compressibility for the Anderson model on regular random graphs and the absence of non-ergodic extended eigenfunctions’ to Physical Review Letters. Working alongside Fernando Metz from the University of Santa Maria, Brazil, the full paper can be accessed here.
The final event of Season 2 of Science on Screen saw LML Resident Fellow, Alex Adamou, present Michael Crichton’s 1973 directorial debut, Westworld. Alex argued that the genre of science fiction, by creating models of reality with adjustable parameters, is more an exploration of society and the present than of science and the future.
Nicholas Moloney attended the presentation by Royal College of Art students of their work on Primary Questions. This elective (supervised by Sheena Calvert and Leah Fusco) addressed questions such as representation, creative practice and creative thinking, and was broken down into What is an image? What is Materiality? What is Colour? What is Language?
LML Fellows Ole Peters and Alex Adamou have launched a blog called Ergodicity Economics, to accompany their growing set of lecture notes and provide background information to LML’s economics project as it progresses.
The AIP journal Chaos announced today its most-read papers of 2016. Leading the list is “Evaluating gambles using dynamics” by LML resident Fellow Ole Peters and Santa Fe Institute Professor Murray Gell-Mann.
Yonatan Berman and LML Fellows Ole Peters and Alex Adamou have published a substantially extended version of their recent paper on American wealth distributions
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Information Theoretic Properties of Population Genetic DataSeptember 11, 2016 - 3:38 pm
11th September 2017
- Dr Strangelove (PG) + Presentation from Sandra ChapmanSeptember 19, 2016 - 11:49 am
19th September 2017
- Green for Danger (PG) + Presentation from Dr Tom Clutton-BrockOctober 17, 2016 - 12:47 pm
17th October 2017
- La Jetée & The Blood of a Poet + Presentation from Nicky Clayton and Clive WilkinsDecember 12, 2016 - 1:24 pm
12th December 2017
- Her (15) + Presentation from Sander BaisFebruary 20, 2017 - 1:39 pm
20th February 2018