The Emerson Center Lectureship Award was established in the fall of 2003 to promote the Emerson Center Subscribers’ scientific interests, bring more domestic and international recognition to the center and Emory University, recognize distinguished achievements by scientists in computational sciences and to facilitate collaboration among different disciplines of computational sciences. The Selection Committee, which includes representatives of five Departments (Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Mathematics & Computer Science, and Physics) as well as the Emerson Center, will select once a year a scientific field and one of the leading scholars of this field for lecture presentation at the Emerson Center, based on nominations by EC Subscribers. An annual one-day symposium with participation of students, postdocs and faculty from neighboring colleges/universities will be held; speakers of the symposium will be the lectureship winner and local scholars.
The members of the Selection Committee for 2009 are: Kurt Warncke (Physics, Chair), Scott Devine (BioChemistry), James Kindt (Chemistry), Jamal Musaev (Emerson Center), James Nagy (Math & Computer Science) and Astrid Prinz (Biology), of Emory University.
This year's event is co-sponsored by Computational Life Sciences of Emory.
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