3 Aug 2023
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Department of Mathematics - IEDA/MATH Joint Seminar - Disintermediation of Financial Services: Promises and Risks
Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology built around the principles of transparency and decentralization. Initially conceived as the backbone technology for cryptocurrency payments, blockchain has expanded to support a large class of business applications.
2 Aug 2023
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Department of Chemistry Seminar - α-Carbonyl Functionalizations from Sulfoxonium Ylides and Diazo Compounds
Speaker: Professor Antonio C. B. BURTOLOSO Institution: Chemistry Institute, the University of São Paulo (São Carlos Campus), Brazil Hosted By: Professor Jianwei SUN
1 Aug 2023
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Department of Chemistry Seminar - Palladium-Catalyzed Oxidation Reactions of Unsaturated Bonds
Speaker: Professor Huanfeng JIANG Institution: School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, South China University of Technology, China Hosted By: Professor Jianwei SUN
27 Jul 2023
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Physics Department - Active Zero-Index/Meta-Optics and “Meta”-Optical Fibers
26 Jul 2023
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Department of Mathematics - IEDA/MATH Joint Seminar - Policy learning “without” overlap: Pessimism and generalized empirical Bernstein’s inequality
Offline policy learning aims at utilizing observations collected a priori (from either fixed or adaptively evolving behavior policies) to learn the optimal individualized decision rule in a given class.
26 Jul 2023
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Department of Mathematics - Seminar on Applied Mathematics - Capillary folding of thin elastic sheets
Capillary folding is the process of folding planar objects into three-dimensional (3D) structures using capillary force. We propose a 3D model for the capillary folding of thin elastic sheets with pinned contact lines.
26 Jul 2023
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Department of Industrial Engineering & Decision Analytics [Joint IEDA / MATH Seminar]  - Policy learning “without” overlap: Pessimism and generalized empirical Bernstein’s inequality
Offline policy learning aims at utilizing observations collected a priori (from either fixed or adaptively evolving behavior policies) to learn the optimal individualized decision rule in a given class.
26 Jul 2023
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Department of Mathematics - Seminar on Applied Mathematics - Tackling high dimensional challenges in scientific computing (part 3)
In this mini-series of talks, we will survey some recent advances in utilizing advances in machine learning to help tackle challenging tasks in scientific computing, focusing on numerical methods for solving high dimensional partial differential equations and high dimensio
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