Hive Talk: Shortcuts in modeling carbon and nutrient dynamics at the sediment-water interface with Sebastian Diehl

By |2019-02-15T10:51:26+01:00February 21st, 2019|

A Hive Talk gives you the chance to sketch out an unfinished but developed idea. It should not be finished work. It should not be something you have never thought about. It needs to be somewhere in the middle where you have thought about it but not yet fully worked on. Think part hobby, part [...]

Hive Talk: Shortcuts in modeling carbon and nutrient dynamics at the sediment-water interface with Sebastian Diehl

By |2019-05-02T08:28:27+01:00February 14th, 2019|

A Hive Talk gives you the chance to sketch out an unfinished but developed idea. It should not be finished work. It should not be something you have never thought about. It needs to be somewhere in the middle where you have thought about it but not yet fully worked on. Think part hobby, part [...]

Hive Talk: The minimum set cover problem in bipartite graphs with Jelena Smiljanić

By |2019-02-05T13:21:08+01:00February 7th, 2019|

A Hive Talk gives you the chance to sketch out an unfinished but developed idea. It should not be finished work. It should not be something you have never thought about. It needs to be somewhere in the middle where you have thought about it but not yet fully worked on. Think part hobby, part [...]

Hive Talk: The billion dollar mistake with Christopher Blöcker

By |2019-01-23T11:42:49+01:00January 24th, 2019|

A Hive Talk gives you the chance to sketch out an unfinished but developed idea. It should not be finished work. It should not be something you have never thought about. It needs to be somewhere in the middle where you have thought about it but not yet fully worked on.   Think part hobby, part [...]

Hive Talk: Eric Libby

By |2018-11-27T10:53:13+01:00January 17th, 2019|

A Hive Talk gives you the chance to sketch out an unfinished but developed idea. It should not be finished work. It should not be something you have never thought about. It needs to be somewhere in the middle where you have thought about it but not yet fully worked on. Think part hobby, part [...]

Hive Talk Board: The wave function collapse algorithm with Anton Eriksson

By |2019-01-16T12:52:42+01:00January 16th, 2019|

The wave function collapse algorithm with Anton Eriksson Hive Talk Snippet Anton presented the wave function collapse algorithm as a simple way of solving problems ranging from seating charts for grumpy people to generating fake worlds. The group conversation explored other potential uses for the wave function collapse algorithm. [...]

Hive Talk: The Wave Function Collapse Algorithm with Anton Eriksson

By |2019-01-10T13:28:31+01:00January 10th, 2019|

A Hive Talk gives you the chance to sketch out an unfinished but developed idea. It should not be finished work. It should not be something you have never thought about. It needs to be somewhere in the middle where you have thought about it but not yet fully worked on. Think part hobby, part [...]

Hive Talk Board: An example of poor science communication that deserves to be told: Aftermath of the ‘Panama debate’ with Alexis Rojas

By |2019-01-16T12:32:38+01:00December 18th, 2018|

An example of poor science communication that deserves to be told: The Aftermath of the 'Panama debate' with Alexis Rojas Hive Talk Snippet Alexis talked about the Isthmus of Panama, its major role in biodiversity on our world and science communication challenges triggered by different approaches to placing its the formation. [...]