9:30 AM. Science on Saturday. "Light and Nanotechnology -- Engineering and So Much More." Claire Gmachl, Electrical Engineering, Princeton University. Auditorium, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, James Forrestal Campus, U.S. Route 1 North in Plainsboro, NJ.
4:30 PM. Computer Science Colloquium. "Procedural Instructions for People and Machines." Floraine Berthouzoz, University of California, Berkeley. 105 Computer Science.
4:30 PM. Walter Murphy Lecture in American Constitutionalism. "Making a Killing: The Economics of Life and Death." Michael J. Sandel, Government, Harvard. 50 McCosh.
12:15 PM. Psychology/PNI Colloquium. "Getting Wired: How Neural Activity, Modulation, and Experience Shape Basal Ganglia Development." Genia Kozorovitskiy, Harvard Medical School. 0-S-6 Green.
4:30 PM. Neuroscience Talk. "Exploring the Large-Scale Architecture of the Human Brain." Randy L. Buckner, Psychology and Neuroscience, Harvard University 0-S-6 Green Hall
12:30 PM. Wilks Statistics Seminar. "Bayesian Nonparametric Multivariate Convex Regression." Lauren Hannah, Statistics, Columbia University. 101 Sherrerd.
9:30 AM. Science on Saturday. "A Short History of Length." Joel Langer, Mathematics, Case Western Reserve University. Auditorium, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, James Forrestal Campus, U.S. Route 1 North in Plainsboro, NJ.
1:30 PM. Ethics Graduate Seminar. "Flexible Contextualism about Deontic Modals." Janice Dowell, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. 201 Marx.
3:30 PM. Neuroscience and Chemical and Biological Engineering. "CLARITY and Beyond: Towards Complete Structural and Molecular Investigation of Large-Scale Intact Biological Systems." Kwanghun Chung, Stanford. A214 EQuad.
4:30 PM. Computer Science Colloquium. "Human-Powered Data Management." Aditya Parameswaran, Stanford. 105 Computer Science.
1 PM. RuCCS Colloquium. "The Perception of Probability." Randy Gallistel, Psychology and Cognitive Science, Rutgers. 101 Psychology, Busch Campus, Rutgers.
1:30 PM. Psychology/PNI Colloquium. "The Limitations of Visual Short-Term Memory." Wei Ji Ma, Baylor College of Medicine. Langfeld Lounch, Green.
4:30 PM. Computer Science Colloquium. "A 2D + 3D Rich Data Approach to Scene Understanding." Jianxlong Xiao, MIT. 105 Computer Science.
4:30 PM. Neuroscience of Social Decision Making. "Will Power: Grit, Self-Control, and Achievement." Angela Duckworth, Psychology, UPenn. 1=S=5 Green.
4:30 - 6:30 PM. Roundtable Discussion. "Requiem for a Hedgehog: The Life and Legacy of Ronald Dworkin." Discussion with Christopher Eisgruber, Elizabeth Harman, and Stephen Macedo, Lawrence Sager (U Texas Law), and Jeremby Waldron (NYU and Oxford, All Souls College). Bowl 16 Robertson.
12:30 PM. Computer Science Colloquium. "Universal and Affordable Computational Integrity, or, succinctly, from C to PCP." Eli Ben-Sasson, Technion- Israel Institute of Technology. Convocation Room, Friend Center.
4:30 PM. Neuroscience Talk. "Dissecting the circuit mechanisms of motion detection." Tom Clandinin, Stanford. 0-S-6 Green.
4:30 PM. Rutgers Philosophy Talk. "Fear, Death, and Confidence." Sam Scheffler, NYU. 3 Seminary Place, Rutgers, New Brunswick.
3 PM. Thomas and Yvonne Williams Lecture for the Advancement of Logic and Philosophy. "How, Why, and When Logic Became a Great Subject." Hilary Putnam. 402 Claudia Cohen Hall, 249 South 36th Street, UPenn, Philadelphia.
4 PM. Philosophy Colloquium. "'Any Animal Whatever': Harmful Battery and its Elements as Building Blocks of Moral Cognition." John Mikhail, Georgetown University Law School. 2 Robertson.
9:30 AM. Science on Saturday. "A Robot's View of Our Ocean Planet." Josh Kohut, Oceanography, Rutgers. Auditorium, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, James Forrestal Campus, U.S. Route 1 North in Plainsboro, NJ.
Noon. Neuroscience Lecture. "Hierarchy of Activation Trace Lifetimes across the Cerebral Cortex." Tomi Raij, Harvard Medical School. 0-S-6 Green.
4:30 PM. Computer Science Colloquium. "Programing and Proving in Homotopy Type Theory." Daniel Licata, CMU and AIS. 105 Computer Science.
4:30 PM. Luce Seminar. Anna Shapiro. 1-N-5 Green.
4:30 PM. Neuroscience of Social Decision Making. "A Look Inside the Hive Mind: How Group Membership Shapes Perception and Evaluation." Jay Van Bavel, Psychology, NYU. 1-S-5 Green.
11:30 AM. Princeton Workshop in Normative Philosophy. "Irreducibly Normative Properties." Chris Heathwood, Philosophy, University of Colorado. 301 Marx.
4:30 PM. ML-Stat Talk. "Interacting Bayesian Agents on Networks." Elchanan Mossel, UC-Berkeley. 101 Sherrerd.
4:30 PM. Neuroscience Talk. "Neural Substrates of Memory and Decision-Making." Loren Frank, UC San Francisco. 0-S-6 Green.
4:30 PM. Rutgers Philosophy Talk. "The Myth of the de se." Ofra Magidor, Philosophy, Oxford. 3 Seminary Place, Rutgers, New Brunswick.
4:30 PM. Computer Science Colloquium. "Fast Learning Algorithms for Discovering the Hidden Structure in Data." David Hsu, Microsoft Research New England. 105 Computer Science.
10:30 AM. RuCCS, Spanish and Portuguese Talk. "Juggling Two Languages in One Mind and Brain." Judy Kroll, Psychology, Penn State. 100 Art History, Douglas Campus, Rutgers.
12:30 PM. Psychology Lecture. "Understanding the Extracellular Electrical Potential -- From Spikes to the LFP and Back Again." Christof Koch, California Institute of Technology. OS6 Green.
3 PM. Rutgers Linguistics Colloquium. Adam Szczegielniak. 108 Linguistics, 18 Seminary Place, College Avenue Campus, Rutgers.