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Imaging Core Seminar: AIVIA AI Image Analysis Software

A seminar about the AI software AIVIA with machine learning to do fast and reliable 2-to-5D image visualization, segmentation, analysis and interpretation of your data. Quick and easy!
You have imaging date? Any imaging data – light microscopy, EM, TEM, cryo-ET and more? You analyze that imaging data? You spend a lot of time with repetitive tasks for that analysis? You want this to be quicker, more reliable, less laborious? Then you should take a look at the AIVIA.

Connecting Past to Present: Building a Cultural Heritage Center in Lagos, Nigeria

Join us for the launch of the Yale IPCH Public Talks: a series dedicated to exploring global perspectives and critical developments that impact cultural heritage preservation. In this inaugural event, this distinguished expert panel will contextualize the highly anticipated John Randle Centre for Yoruba History and Culture within the economic, social, and cultural landscape of Lagos, the most populous city on the African continent.

IPCH lunch seminar: Hyperreal Archives: Digital Presents / Analogue Pasts

“Hyperreal Archives: Digital Presents / Analogue Pasts” is a conversational presentation given by six different scholars and practitioners operating between and among art, architecture, urban studies, and cultural sociology. This discussion is moderated by Yale GSAS alumni fellow, Dr. Denise Lim, and co-led by two academic staff from the University of Johannesburg’s Graduate School of Architecture (UJ GSA)—Sarah de Villiers and Naadira Patel.

The Mission and Capabilities of the FBI Art Crime Team and the Role of the United States Cultural Heritage Coordinating Committee

IPCH is pleased to announce it will host a lunchtime seminar with FBI Special Agent Jake Archer from the Art Crime Team on April 7, 2021, 12pm ET. The subject of the talk will be an overview of the FBI Art Crime Team’s work with the US Cultural Heritage Coordinating Committee (see below). Please register in advance at After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the seminar.

Egg Hunt

Get outside and enjoy the spring weather with a campus-wide egg hunt! Starting April 12th, look around campus outside for hidden plastic eggs filled with prizes and candy. Check your surroundings when you walk to lunch, as you walk to the shuttle or your car, or as you explore the rest of campus and keep an eye out for the golden egg for a special prize.

Photo Contest

Try anything new during 2020 that you want to show off? Send us a photo or video of you trying something new - a new recipe, lab experiment, craft, exercise, or more. Voting on the photo submissions will be open to everyone the first week of November. The winner of the vote will get a West Campus Swag Bag and other Sweet Surprises! Support the Yale West Campus United Way Campaign and earn extra votes by donating money and sending in a copy of your receipt.


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