March 11, 2019                                                          View this email in your browser.

CENIC announces the USC-Caltech team including Caltech's Harvey Newman and Shashwitha Puttaswamy, as the recipient of the 2019 Innovations in Networking Award for Experimental Applications "for setting a new record for data transfer rates that will enable researchers to tackle massive datasets faster and satisfy unprecedented scientific needs." The CENIC Innovations in Networking Awards are presented each year at CENIC’s annual conference. Congratulations! 
Fireflies, heart cells, clocks, and power grids all do it—they can spontaneously sync up, sending signals out in unison. For centuries, scientists have been perplexed by this self-organizing behavior, coming up with theories and experiments that make up the science of sync. "We want to learn how we can just tickle, or gently push, a system in the right direction to
set it back into a synced state," says Michael L. Roukes.
Read more here
The recently held 2019 Linde Hall Inaugural Math Symposium lectures are now online!  
Library News: New oral histories--Marshall Cohen, Ronald Drever, and David Goodstein, and much more.
Join us for the next Astro on Tap event with Liz Landau and Vijay Varma, next Monday, March 25 at 7:30pm. Click here for more info. 
Sergei Gukov and Mykola Dedushenko are co-hosting the Hidden Algebraic Structures in Topology conference this week. The meeting will focus on algebraic structures that make a surprising appearance in various problems of quantum topology, especially the ones where such structures are not a priori expected.
Did you know that Project Mathematics! and other courses including workbooks are online free for everyone to access? 
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