Past Events

2016-2017

May 08

Fred Sigworth, Yale University

Some solved and unsolved problems in single-particle cryo-EM
Fine Hall 214 / -
Apr 24

Amir Ali Ahmadi, Princeton University

Tractable approximations to nonnegative polynomials with applications to the joint spectral radius
Fine Hall 214 / -
Apr 10

Carl M. Bender, Washington University in St. Louis

Physics in the complex plane
Fine Hall 214 / -
Apr 03

David Steurer, Cornell University

Sample-optimal inference, computational thresholds, and the methods of moments
Fine Hall 214 / -
Mar 27

Gregory Chikikjian, Johns Hopkins University

Stochastic Models in Robotics and Structural Biology
Fine Hall 214 / -
Mar 13

Peter Olver, University of Minnesota

Recent progress in object recognition and symmetry detection in digital images
Fine Hall 214 / -
Mar 06

Shai Ben-David, University of Waterloo

How Far Are We From Having a Satisfactory Theory of Clustering?
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 27

Silvia Lattanzi, Google Research

Sampling Nodes and Constructing Expanders Locally
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 20

Benny Sudakov, ETH Zürich

Equiangular lines and spherical codes in Euclidean spaces
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 13

Petros Koumoutsakos, ETH Zürich

Survival and Schooling Hydrodynamics
Fine Hall 214 / -
Dec 12

Mark Zhandry, Princeton University

Quantum Oracle Classification: The Case of Group Structure
Fine Hall 214 / -
Dec 05

Vlad Vicol, Princeton University

Turbulent weak solutions of the Euler equations
Fine Hall 214 / -
Dec 05

Vlad Vicol, Princeton University

Turbulent weak solutions of the Euler equations
Fine Hall 214 / -
Nov 28

Robert Tarjan, Princeton University

Concurrent Disjoint Set Union
Fine Hall 214 / -
Nov 21

Ronen Eldan, Weizmann Institute of Science

Kernel-based methods for Bandit Convex Optimization
Fine Hall 214 / -
Nov 14

Andrea Montanari, Stanford University

How Well Do Local Algorithms Solve Semidefinite Programs?
Fine Hall 214 / -
Nov 07

Samuel Wang, Princeton University

Statistics, Machine Learning, and Understanding the 2016 Election
Fine Hall 214 / -
Oct 24

Joel Spencer, New York University

Counting Connected Graphs
Fine Hall 214 / -
Oct 17

Costantinos Daskalakis, MIT

Testing Distribution Properties
Fine Hall 214 / -
Oct 10

Eitan Bachmat, Ben-Gurion University (Israel)

Optics and optimization
Fine Hall 214 / -
Oct 03

David Gleich, Purdue University

Network clustering with higher order structures
Fine Hall 214 / -
Sep 26

Benedict Leimkuhler, University of Edinburgh

Efficient Numerical Methods for Thermodynamic Averaging and Statistical Inference
Fine Hall 214 / -
Sep 19

Jacob Bedrossian, University of Maryland

Nonlinear echoes and Landau damping with insufficient regularity
Fine Hall 214 / -