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It’s that time of year again – time to schedule our weekly journal club meetings.
I’m hoping to use journal club somewhat differently this year, and have it focus more on discussion about science and scientific tools (particularly programming and mathematical tools) as well as paper discussions. We can talk more about this at the first meeting.
To foster freer discussion, it may be nice to host journal club somewhere other than MSC. Potentially a coffee shop downtown, or the Rathskellar. Our first meeting, however, will be in MSC, where we will schedule people for journal club slots and talk about what people want to see from journal club.
Without further ado: http://doodle.com/q2t3cmmqryke54pk Please fill it out by Thursday, August 28th.
If you can’t make any of these times but would otherwise definitely come to journal club every week, please e-mail me.