Colloquium Lectures: 2020s

Note: videos are accessible only within the NASA Langley Research Center firewall.


January 19, 2021. From Swine Lagoons to Space and Back Again by Bill Cumbie

March 2, 2021. Colloquium: Making everything computational—including the fundamental theory of physics by Stephen Wolfram
Sigma Series: Have we found the machine code for the universe? by Stephen Wolfram

April 6, 2021. Why are Honey Bees Dying? by Dennis vanEngelsdorp

May 4, 2021: Reproducibility in Scientific Research by Monya Baker

June 8, 2021: Stopping the COVID Pandemic by Dr. Paul Offit


January 7, 2020. Array Computing and the Evolution of Machine Learning by Travis Oliphant (video within Langley firewall only.) (Sigma: Ensuring Open Source Thrives in a Global Economy)

February 4, 2020. Climate and Security in the Age of Great Global Disruption by Sherri Goodman (video within Langley firewall only.)

March 3, 2020. Adventures in Self-Driving Car Safety by Prof. Phil Koopman

Lectures were not held from April – November 2020 because of the COVID-19 crisis. Lectures resumed virtually in December 2020.

December 8, 2020. Take-off and Landing: It is Important by Frank Quinto. (50th anniversary of the 14×22 wind tunnel)