Celsius–Linnaeus Lectures and Symposium
This year's lectures carried out digitally via zoom. Take part of the recordings of the lecturers and symposium below.
Next year we celebrate the Celsius-Linnaeus Lecturers 40th anniversary. We hope that we can arrange the lectures on site in Uppsala but also with the opportunity to take part of the lectures and symposium online.
Neil Lawrence, Inaugural DeepMind Professor of Machine Learning at the University of Cambridge
Watch Neil Lawrence lecture Laplace's Gremlin: Uncertainty and Artificial Intelligence here
Melanie Sanford, the Moses Gomberg Distinguished University Professor and Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of chemistry at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Watch Melanie Sanfords lecture New Synthetic Methods for Carbon-Fluorine Bond Formation: From Fundamental Science to Applications in Agrochemical Synthesis and Medical Imaging here
SYMPOSIUM WITH PANEL DISCUSSION
Watch the symposium Challenges and Uncertainties in Health, Sustainability and AI here
An unholy alliance: Probabilistic priors for deep vision
Arno Solin, Assistant Professor in Machine Learning, Aalto University
3D electron microscopy as an important tool for developing new porous materials for sustainable society
Xiaodong Zou, Professor and Deputy Head of Department of Materials and Environmental Chemistry, Stockholm University
Physics-informed machine learning
Niklas Wahlström, Assistant Professor, Department of Information Technology, Division of Systems and Control, Uppsala University
Reduction Catalysis for Challenging Bond Formations and Cleavages
Jan Streuff, PD Dr. Institutie für Organishce Chemie, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany
For further information, please contact Hemin Koyi chairman of the Celsius–Linnaeus committee, and Professor at the Department of Earth Science, Uppsala University or Karin Thellenberg, Project manager at the Office for Science and Technology
THE CELSIUS-LINNAEUS LECTURERS
The Celsius–Linnaeus Lectures have been held every year since 1991. In 2015 the 2020 Nobel Price winner in Chemistry, Jennifer Doudna, was appointed as the Linnaeus Lecturer.