Po-Yi Ho Visiting Tang Lab

Graduate student Po-Yi Ho from Prof. Ariel Amir’s group at Harvard University visited Tang Lab on April 10-12, 2018. During his visit, he shared his work on bacteria cell cycle. Students from Tang lab shared with him their research projects and life.

Po-Yi Ho Visiting Tang Lab

Graduate student Po-Yi Ho from Prof. Ariel Amir’s group at Harvard University visited Tang Lab on April 10-12, 2018. During his visit, he shared his work on bacteria cell cycle. Students from Tang lab shared with him their research projects and life.

Early-warning signals of critical transition: Effect of extrinsic noise

Here, we extend previous theory to investigate how the interplay of EN and IN affects EWSs. Stochastic simulations of model systems subject to both IN and EN have verified our theory and demonstrated that EN can dramatically alter and diminish the EWS. This effect is stronger with increasing amplitude and correlation time scale of the EN. In the presence of EN, the EWS can fail to predict or even give a false alarm of critical transitions.

2017 CQB Annual Retreat

2017 CQB Annual Retreat was held on January 22th, 2018, in the Lecture Hall of the College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering of Peking University. The goal is to promote communication, interaction and cooperation among the research groups. The agenda includes annual report of CQB, 6 invited lectures and 57 presentations by graduate students and postdocs. More than 100 people attended the retreat.


  

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