Events

10/08/
2018
Monday
4:15pm
Princeton University
Random initialization and implicit regularization in nonconvex statistical estimation

Recent years have seen a flurry of activities in designing provably efficient nonconvex procedures for solving statistical estimation / learning problems. 

10/15/
2018
Monday
4:15pm
University of Michigan
TBA
10/22/
2018
Monday
4:15pm
Courant Institute, NYU
Learning Graph Inverse Problems with Geometric Neural Networks

Inverse Problems on graphs encompass many areas of physics, algorithms and statistics, and are a confluence of powerful methods, ranging from computational harmonic analysis and high-dimensional statistics to statistical physics.

10/26/
2018
Friday
12:00pm
ETH Zurich
TBA

Hartigan Distinguished Lecture at Yale University

11/05/
2018
Monday
4:15pm
Duke University
TBA
11/12/
2018
Monday
4:15pm
Columbia University
TBA
11/26/
2018
Monday
4:15pm
University of Göttingen
Nanostatistics

Conventional light microscopes have been used for centuries for the study of small length scales down to about 250 nanometers. At such a resolution level images are  blurred and noisy and the data often can be well approximated by a Gaussian or Poisson model. 

12/03/
2018
Monday
4:15pm
University of California, Berkeley
TBA
12/10/
2018
Monday
4:15pm
MIT
TBA
12/11/
2018
Tuesday
4:00pm
University of Chicago
TBA