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Predictability of Human Mobility Across Borders

Lunch available beginning at 12:15 PM
Speaker to begin at 12:30 PM

Between 1965 and 2015, over 12 million Mexicans have crossed the border into the United States. We use the largest survey data on this flow from the Mexican Migration Project which covers 160 thousand people observed over 50 years. We explore the predictability of about…

Location
Bendheim House 103
Joint PICSciE & CSML Graduate Certificate Colloquium

Graduate students completing certificates in Computational Science & Engineering and Statistics & Machine Learning will give seminars on their dissertation research. Each seminar will be approximately 20 minutes including time for questions from the audience. The event is open to the campus community. 

Location
Convocation Room, 113 Friend Center, Olden Street
Capitalizing on Generative AI: Guided Diffusion Models Towards Generative Optimization

Lunch available beginning at 12:15 PM
Speaker to begin at 12:30 PM

Abstract: Diffusion models represent a significant breakthrough in generative AI, operating by progressively transforming random noise distributions into structured outputs, with adaptability for specific tasks through guidance or fine…

Location
Bendheim House 103
Speaker
Dinner with a Professor (CSML Seniors only)

This event is for seniors only, with a maximum capacity of 15-20 students.

Contributions to and/or sponsorship of any event does not constitute departmental or institutional endorsement of the specific program, speakers or views presented.

Machine Learning for Structural Biology

Lunch available beginning at 12:15 PM
Speaker to begin at 12:30 PM

Abstract: Structural biology has been transformed by breakthroughs in deep learning methods for protein structure prediction. In parallel, advances in cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) have produced new opportunities to study the structure…

Location
Bendheim House 103
Speaker
Sushi with Sophomores (Sophomore Open House)

This is an informal event.

Location
CSML Library Lounge 104
CSML Machine Learning Lunchtime Seminar Series

Abstract: Despite their increasing sophistication, modern robotic systems still struggle to operate safely and reliably around people in uncertain open-world situations, a key bottleneck to adoption that is perhaps best exemplified by the growing public distrust of early autonomous driving technology. At the same time,…

Location
Bendheim House 103
Towards more human-like learning in machines: Bridging the data and generalization gaps

Lunch available from 12:15pm.

Please RSVP to [email protected] by February 22nd to participate in lunch.

If you wish to participate via Zoom Webinar, we ask that you please register prior to attending.…

Location
Computer Science 105
Speaker
CSML Machine Learning Lunchtime Seminar Series

RSVP to [email protected]

Lunch available beginning at 12:15 PM
Speaker to begin at 12:30 PM

Location
Bendheim House 103
Speaker
Winter Session: What is Machine Learning, and Can it Aid my Research?

The Center for Statistics and Machine Learning is offering a three hour Wintersession workshop which aims to increase awareness of how machine learning could aid faculty, postdoc, and student research. No detailed prior knowledge of machine learning is assumed. The workshop will begin with an overview of crucial machine learning ideas and…