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The Journal Club is every other Thursday, from 12-13, in the small meeting room.  Feel free to bring your lunch.
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The schedule is indicated below. If it is your turn, please indicate the paper you are presenting by Monday and update the calendar accordingly. It can be any paper of scientific interest. Alternatively, you can also give '''tutorials on any scientific topic''' that may be of interest to other members of the group or invite an external speaker.
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== September 13 ==
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Sascha
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The biological impacts of the Fukushima nuclear accident on the pale grass blue butterfly
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[http://www.nature.com/srep/2012/120809/srep00570/full/srep00570.html http://www.nature.com/srep/2012/120809/srep00570/full/srep00570.html]
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== September 27 ==
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Micha will present an old but interesting account of the birth and development of academia by the father of sociology.
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Durkheim, ''L'évolution pédagogique en France'', 1938 [http://classiques.uqac.ca/classiques/Durkheim_emile/evolution_ped_france/evolution_ped_france.html full text]
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== October 11 ==
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Aurélien will present a new controversial idea to mitigate climate change.
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S. Matthew Liaoa, Anders Sandbergb & Rebecca Roacheb, "Human Engineering and Climate Change", Ethics, Policy and the Environment 15 (2) 2012: 206-221  [http://www.smatthewliao.com/2012/02/09/human-engineering-and-climate-change/ article]
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== October 25 ==
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Rico
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== November 8 ==
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Antony
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== November 22 ==
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David
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==December 6 ==
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Zoltán
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==December 20 (or January) ==
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Tanguy
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== And then... ==
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Barbara
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Nadya
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Diana
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Aurelien
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Tim

Revision as of 15:43, 9 October 2012

The Journal Club is every other Thursday, from 12-13, in the small meeting room. Feel free to bring your lunch.

The schedule is indicated below. If it is your turn, please indicate the paper you are presenting by Monday and update the calendar accordingly. It can be any paper of scientific interest. Alternatively, you can also give tutorials on any scientific topic that may be of interest to other members of the group or invite an external speaker.

Contents

September 13

Sascha

The biological impacts of the Fukushima nuclear accident on the pale grass blue butterfly

http://www.nature.com/srep/2012/120809/srep00570/full/srep00570.html

September 27

Micha will present an old but interesting account of the birth and development of academia by the father of sociology.

Durkheim, L'évolution pédagogique en France, 1938 full text

October 11

Aurélien will present a new controversial idea to mitigate climate change.

S. Matthew Liaoa, Anders Sandbergb & Rebecca Roacheb, "Human Engineering and Climate Change", Ethics, Policy and the Environment 15 (2) 2012: 206-221 article

October 25

Rico

November 8

Antony

November 22

David

December 6

Zoltán

December 20 (or January)

Tanguy

And then...

Barbara Nadya Diana Aurelien Tim