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Professor Lorenz ScD ’48, who passed away Wednesday, April 16, 2008, presents a guest lecture to the Nonlinear Dynamics I: Chaos (18.353J/12.006J/2.050J) class during Fall of 2005.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Professor Edward N. Lorenz ScD ’48, widely acknowledged as the creator of chaos theory, passed away this past Wednesday, April 16 at the age of 90.
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A construction worker fills in a hole where a tree was removed just outside of the Stata Center’s Forbes Cafe yesterday afternoon. The trees from the construction area are being relocated the NW35 graduate residence and to various other locations around campus, according to the MIT Department of Facilities’ construction updates page, available at http://web.mit.edu/facilities/construction/updates.shtml.
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Sinan Keten G plays the drums during “La Media Naranja,” composd by John P. Murphy ’10. Keten and Collin E. Johnson G played a joint Emerson recital yesterday evening in Killian Hall, which included performances by Murphy, pianist Joe Berkowitz, and visiting professor Don Byron.
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Collin E. Johnson G plays a piece he composed, “Of Unnatural Causes.” Johnson and Sinan Keten G played a joint Emerson recital yesterday evening in Killian Hall, which included performances by visiting professor Don Byron, pianist Joe Berkovitz, and John P. Murphy ’10.
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Visiting professor Don Byron (front, left) and John P. Murphy ’10 (rear) play the clarinet and the bass, respectively. Collin E. Johnson G and Sinan Keten G played a joint Emerson recital yesterday evening in Killian Hall, which included performances by Byron, Murphy, and pianist Joe Berkovitz.