There have been a lot of great abstract submissions! The PRS team is pleased to see so many researchers eager to talk about their work.
For the symposium, 20 presentations are scheduled during four "talk sessions."
Additionally, 17 poster presentations are scheduled during the poster session.
Check out more details by viewing the PRS 2013 program.
Come One, Come All
The Princeton Research Symposium is free
to the public. No registration is necessary. There will be lots of interesting presentations, great people, and free food!
Professor Wendy Belcher Will Be Morning Speaker
Professor Wendy Belcher from the Department of Comparative Literature will be the morning speaker for the 2013 Princeton Research Symposium.
More information on her work in African thought and literature can be found at her homepage
Freeman Dyson To Give Keynote Address
The PRS organization team is happy to announce that Freeman Dyson will be giving the keynote address at the upcoming 2013 symposium.
Visit his homepage
at the Institute For Advanced Study to learn more about his accomplishments in mathematics and theoretical physics.