GRADtalks is an opportunity for two University of Waterloo doctoral students to explore one research theme from interdisciplinary perspectives. This exciting initiative continues to celebrate and highlight graduate student research at the University of Waterloo.
The research topic for the November 16 GRADtalks is “Tipping Points in Complex Systems” featuring Yonatan Strauch, PhD Candidate in Social and Ecological Sustainability, Faculty of Environment and Thomas Bury, PhD Candidate in Applied Mathematics from the Faculty of Mathematics.
Wine and cheese at 4:00pm
GRADtalks beginning at 4:45pm
200 University Avenue West
Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1