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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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MAN Seminar: “Intraday Jump Dynamics: What Predicts Price Jumps?”, Saad Ali Khan (Queen’s University), MA-330, 10:40PM March 3 (EN)

Date: 03 March 2020, Wednesday Time: 10:40-11:40 Place: Faculty of Business Administration, Ümit Berkman Seminar Room (MA-330) “Intraday Jump Dynamics: What Predicts Price Jumps?” by Saad Ali Khan Queen’s University Abstract: This paper examines the relationship between liquidity fragmentation and price jumps. Unexpected changes in intraday liquidity fragmentation predict jumps […]

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LAUD Seminar: “Architecture as Ideological Simulation: Mosque Building from Nationalist-Conservatism to New Islamism”, Bülent Batuman, FB-309, 12:30 March 3 (EN)

You are kindly invited to follow LAUD TALKS: Spring 2019-2020 organized by the Department of Urban Design and Landscape Architecture, FADA, Bilkent University. Speaker: Assoc. Prof. Bülent Batuman Title: “Architecture as Ideological Simulation: Mosque Building from Nationalist-Conservatism to New Islamism” Date & Place: March 3, 2020, Tuesday, FB-309 Time: 12.30-13.30 […]

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