Interdisciplinary Research and Computational Humanities

On Wednesday 15 March, 3 p.m. – 5 p.m., the Center for Cultural studies and VMU Doctoral Students’ society invite young researchers, as well as students to a seminar discussion “Interdisciplinary Research and Computational Humanities” which will take place at Multifunctional Research and Study Center (V. Putvinskio str. 23, Room 312).

Professor Rimas Vaisnys (Yale University, US), electrical engineering and ecology / evolutional biology, will take part in the event and answer all the questions. Professor Vaisny’s research centers on ecological and evolutionary processes, on the behavior of dynamical systems, and on the physics of computation. 

Yale University is ranked as one of the top universities in the world. At the moment 11 thousand students from 50 US states as well as 110 countries study at Yale. Yale University is well known for its achievements in humanities. Its study programs in biology, chemistry, molecular biophysics and biochemistry, physics, astronomy, mathematics, computational technology, geology and geophysics, as well as environmental protection are regarded as the best programs in the United States.

Check the details at VMU Cultural Center website