Past Events


May 02

Peter Doerschuk, Cornell University

Computational characterization of heterogeneity of particles visualized by single-particle cryo electron microscopy
Fine Hall 224 / -
Apr 25

Jeffrey Donatelli, University of California, Berkeley

Reconstructing 3D Molecular Structure from the Angular Correlations of Scattered X-rays
Fine Hall 224 / -
Apr 18

Michael Bronstein, Università della Svizzera italiana (Switzerland), Tel Aviv University (Israel)

Partial functional maps: dense intrinsic correspondence between deformable 3D objects with missing parts and occlusions
Fine Hall 224 / -
Apr 11

Ayelet Heimowitz, Princeton University

Template-free particle picking for single-particle cryo-electron microscopy
Fine Hall 224 / -
Mar 14

Mahdi Soltanolkotabi, University of Southern California (USC)

Learning via Nonconvex Optimization: ReLUs, neural nets and submodular maximization
Fine Hall 224 / -
Dec 06

Ti-Yen Lan, Cornell University

Reconstructing 3D protein crystal intensity from unoriented sparse diffraction patterns
Fine Hall 224 / -
Nov 29

Gal Mishne, Yale University

Data-driven analysis of neuronal activity
Fine Hall 224 / -
Nov 15

Joe Kileel, Princeton University

IDeAS Seminar: Computational Algebraic Geometry and Applications to Computer Vision
Fine Hall 224 / -
Nov 08

Nadav Dym, Weizmann Institute

Provably good convex methods for mapping problems
Fine Hall 224 / -
Oct 25

Nicolas Garcia Trillos, Brown University

TBA - Nicolas Garcia Trillos
Fine Hall 224 / -
Oct 18

Barak Sober, Tel Aviv University

Iron Age Hebrew Epigraphy in the Silicon Age - An Algorithmic Approach To Study Paleo-Hebrew Inscriptions
Fine Hall 224 / -
Oct 11

Veit Elser, Cornell University

TBA - Veit Elser
Fine Hall 224 / -
Sep 27

Dmitry Batenkov, MIT

Stability of some super-resolution problems
Fine Hall 224 / -
Sep 19

Shai Dekel, Tel Aviv University

Towards de-mystification of deep learning: function space analysis of the representation layers
Fine Hall 224 / -