Events

Erleen Hatfield: Physics of Long-Span Structures

5:30–6:30 pm Online

Physics & Contemporary Architecture Guest Lecture Series Spring ‘21

The University of Chicago Physics Profs. Sid Nagel and Heinrich Jaeger invite the public to the 8 lectures of the course PHSC11800 Physics & Contemporary Architecture, featuring a top flight of architects and structural engineers discussing contemporary structures and their relationship to physics. All lectures take place on Thursdays at 5:30pm CST and they will be presented online as live video conferences.

Apr 15
Neil Shubin

Ryerson Lecture with Prof. Neil Shubin

5:00–6:00 pm Online

Prof. Neil Shubin, a pioneering University of Chicago paleontologist and evolutionary biologist and bestselling author, has been selected to give this year’s Nora and Edward Ryerson Lecture. Shubin, who discovered ‘missing link’ between fish and land animals, will speak about “Your Inner Fish.”

Apr 20

James Carpenter: The Structure of Transparency

5:30–6:30 pm Online

Physics & Contemporary Architecture Guest Lecture Series Spring ‘21

The University of Chicago Physics Profs. Sid Nagel and Heinrich Jaeger invite the public to the 8 lectures of the course PHSC11800 Physics & Contemporary Architecture, featuring a top flight of architects and structural engineers discussing contemporary structures and their relationship to physics. All lectures take place on Thursdays at 5:30pm CST and they will be presented online as live video conferences.

Apr 22

Aleksandar Sasha Zeljic: Climate Driven Design for the Livable City

5:30–6:30 pm Online

Physics & Contemporary Architecture Guest Lecture Series Spring ‘21

The University of Chicago Physics Profs. Sid Nagel and Heinrich Jaeger invite the public to the 8 lectures of the course PHSC11800 Physics & Contemporary Architecture, featuring a top flight of architects and structural engineers discussing contemporary structures and their relationship to physics. All lectures take place on Thursdays at 5:30pm CST and they will be presented online as live video conferences.

Apr 29

William Baker: Architecture, Structure and the Geometry of Equilibrium

5:30–6:30 pm Online

Physics & Contemporary Architecture Guest Lecture Series Spring ‘21

The University of Chicago Physics Profs. Sid Nagel and Heinrich Jaeger invite the public to the 8 lectures of the course PHSC11800 Physics & Contemporary Architecture, featuring a top flight of architects and structural engineers discussing contemporary structures and their relationship to physics. All lectures take place on Thursdays at 5:30pm CST and they will be presented online as live video conferences.

May 6

David Benjamin: Living Materials

5:30–6:30 pm Online

Physics & Contemporary Architecture Guest Lecture Series Spring ‘21

The University of Chicago Physics Profs. Sid Nagel and Heinrich Jaeger invite the public to the 8 lectures of the course PHSC11800 Physics & Contemporary Architecture, featuring a top flight of architects and structural engineers discussing contemporary structures and their relationship to physics. All lectures take place on Thursdays at 5:30pm CST and they will be presented online as live video conferences.

May 13

Jeanne Gang: Strength in the Fluid, Soft, and Yielding

5:30–6:30 pm Online

Physics & Contemporary Architecture Guest Lecture Series Spring ‘21

The University of Chicago Physics Profs. Sid Nagel and Heinrich Jaeger invite the public to the 8 lectures of the course PHSC11800 Physics & Contemporary Architecture, featuring a top flight of architects and structural engineers discussing contemporary structures and their relationship to physics. All lectures take place on Thursdays at 5:30pm CST and they will be presented online as live video conferences.

May 20

Ethan Silva: Materializing Visions

5:30–6:30 pm Online

Physics & Contemporary Architecture Guest Lecture Series Spring ‘21

The University of Chicago Physics Profs. Sid Nagel and Heinrich Jaeger invite the public to the 8 lectures of the course PHSC11800 Physics & Contemporary Architecture, featuring a top flight of architects and structural engineers discussing contemporary structures and their relationship to physics. All lectures take place on Thursdays at 5:30pm CST and they will be presented online as live video conferences.

May 27

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