!@#$% Traffic: From Insects to Interstates

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Can marching ants, schooling fish, and herding wildebeests teach us something about the morning commute? Robert Krulwich guides this unique melding of mathematics, physics, and behavioral science as Mitchell Joachim, Anna Nagurney and Iain Couzin examine the creative and sometimes counterintuitive solutions to one of the modern world’s most annoying problems.

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Date: Friday June 12, 2009
Time: 07:00 PM-08:30 PM
Venue: NYU Kimmel Center, Rosenthal Pavilion
Moderator: Robert Krulwich
Participants: Anna Nagurney, Mitchell Joachim, Iain Couzin

Can marching ants, schooling fish, and herding wildebeests teach us something about the morning commute? Robert Krulwich guides this unique melding of mathematics, physics, and behavioral science as Mitchell Joachim, Anna Nagurney and Iain Couzin examine the creative and sometimes counterintuitive solutions to one of the modern world's most annoying problems....[Read more]

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