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Student Presentations

Please prepare a 3-minute chalk-talk proposing a project that is based on the readings of the previous week. The presentation should be structured with a 1 minute introduction to the problem, a 1 minute explanation of the experiments to be done, and a 1 minute discussion of why the project is worthwhile. Please stress concepts over technical details. If for some reason you are unable to present on your scheduled day, please arrange to switch with one of your classmates, and let Shai, Peter, and Leslie know of the schedule change.

North Group (Leslie Vosshall/Peter Model)

September 25, 2008 Adam Knepp
October 2, 2008 Akinori Ebihara & Amanda Kohler
October 23, 2008 Anna Kruyer & Chiung-Ying Chang
October 30, 2008 Christine Cho & Daria Zamolodchikov
November 6, 2008 Eric Fritz & Harvir Singh
November 13, 2008 Hirofumi Nakayama & Hyeseung Lee
November 20, 2008 Jennifer Zuckerman & Jia Min Loo
December 4, 2008 John Xue & Joseph Luna
December 11, 2008 NO PRESENTATIONS

South Group (Shai Shaham)

September 25, 2008 Teresa Davoli
October 2, 2008 Kiri Mackersey & Lisa Fish
October 23, 2008 Maria Maldonado & Matthew Holt
October 30, 2008 Neel Shah & Nicholas Degner
November 6, 2008 Nicole Bowles & Pablo Polosecki
November 13, 2008 Peter Insley & Shaheen Kabir
November 20, 2008 Siddarth Venkatesh & Sook Yuin Jessica Ho
December 4, 2008 Kavita Rangan & Zeeshan Ozair
December 11, 2008 NO PRESENTATIONS

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