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HIST Seminar: “A Pilgrimage Site In Lycia: Saint Nicholas Church And Monastery In Myra, The Byzantine Seminar Series ‘Byzantium at Ankara'”, Sema Doğan, A-130, 2:30PM February 27 (EN)

Dear Colleagues and Students, You are cordially invited to the seminar titled A Pilgrimage Site In Lycia: Saint Nicholas Church And Monastery In Myra, The Byzantine Seminar Series “Byzantium at Ankara” organized by the Department of History. Date: 27 February 2020, Thursday Time: 14:30 – 15:30 Place: FEASS; A-130 Title: […]

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PHIL Seminar: “Taking Aesthetic Obligations Seriously”, Anthony Cross (Texas State University), H-232, 3:40PM February 27 (EN)

Philosophy colloquium, Anthony Cross Taking Aesthetic Obligations Seriously By Anthony Cross (Texas State, Philosophy) Date: Thursday 27th, 2020 Time: 15:40-17:10 Place: H-232 Abstract: Are there any aesthetic obligations? The standard story of aesthetic normativity says no: aesthetic value may generate reasons, but these are never obligatory. I first introduce several […]

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UMRAM Seminar: “Neural Circuits Underlying Social Reinforcement”, Dr. Ebru Demir (Columbia University), SC-106, 12:40PM February 28 (EN)

“Neural Circuits Underlying Social Reinforcement” Dr. Ebru Demir Columbia University Date/Time: Friday, February 28th, 12:40 pm Place: Seminar Room, SC 106 Abstract: Organisms are very likely to have evolved neural mechanisms that optimize the choice of an appealing partner since the fitness of the species surrounds this mate choice. However, […]

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IE Seminar: “Managing Congestion when Consumers Choose their Service Times: The Important Role of Time Limits”, Dr. Ella Segev (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev), EA-409, 13:40 28 Şubat (EN)

Managing Congestion when Consumers Choose their Service Times: The Important Role of Time Limits Dr. Ella Segev, Industrial Engineering and Management at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Date: Feb 28, Friday Time: 1:40 p.m. Place: EA-409 A main challenge that service providers face when managing service systems is how to […]

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THM Seminar: “Transformational Leadership”, Marc Schumacher, East Campus R Building RC202 Banquet Room, 11:40PM February 20 (EN)

Dear Colleagues and Students, You are cordially invited to attend the following seminar organized by the Department of Tourism and Hotel Management as part of the THM 420 Seminars on Tourism Industry course. Speaker: Marc Schumacher, General Manager, Ankara HiltonSA Hotel Title: Transformational Leadership – Dedication to Transformational Leadership, Be […]

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MATH Seminar: “Quivers I”, Emre Coşkun, SA-141, 3:40PM February 21 (EN)

Dear Colleagues and Students, You are cordially invited to the ODTU-Bilkent Algebraic Geometry Seminar Speaker: Emre Coşkun (ODTU) “Quivers I” Abstract: In this series of talks, we shall introduce quivers and their representations and discuss their basic properties. We shall also discuss and prove (if time permits) Gabriel’s theorem, which […]

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UNAM Nanocolloquium: “From Fundamentals to Materials to Supramolecules: Unifying Power of Synthetic Organic Chemistry”, Prof. Görkem Günbaş, UNAM Conference Hall, 3:40PM February 21 (EN)

Dear Colleagues and Students, You are cordially invited to UNAM Nanocolloquium seminars focusing on advancements in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology. The seminars bring us the most recent developments in these exciting fields. This week’s talk will be presented by Prof. Görkem Günbaş. Title: From Fundamentals to Materials to […]

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CCI Seminar: “Friedrich Klopstock’s “Heretical” Poetics: Der Messias & the Case of Doubting Thomas ”, Matthew Stoltz, Library Art Gallery, 4:40PM February 21 (EN)

Dear Bilkent University members, Bilkent University Library is pleased to invite you to attend the CCI Colloquium Series event! Title: Friedrich Klopstock’s “Heretical” Poetics: Der Messias & the Case of Doubting Thomas Place/Date/Time: Library Art Gallery, 21 February 2020, 4.40 p.m. Short speaker bio: Matthew Stoltz earned his PhD in […]

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