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Seminar: Latent statistical structure in large-scale neural data: how to find it, and when to believe it

One central challenge in neuroscience is to understand how neural populations represent and produce the remarkable computational abilities of our brains.  Indeed, neuroscientists increasingly form scientific hypotheses that can only be studied at the level of the neural population, and exciting new large-scale datasets have followed. ...

Location: Friend Center, Room 006

Princeton Day of Optimization

For its inaugural edition, the Princeton Day of Optimization will gather researchers whose work is at the intersection of optimization, control, and machine learning. The workshop aims to investigate the creative symbioses that arise when researchers consider problems at the interface...

Location: McDonnell Hall A02

Robert Nowak: Learning Low-Dimensional Metrics


Location: Sherrerd Hall 101

Bridging Mathematical Optimization, Information Theory, and Data Science

For workshop information, including speakers and travel information, please visit the workshop website: wwwphy.princeton.edu/pcts/BridgingMathdata2018/Bridgingmath2018.html

Location: Princeton Center for Theoretical Science (PCTS) Room 407, Jadwin Hall

Undergraduate Certificate - SML Poster Session

Location: Carl A. Fields Center Large Multipurpose Room, 104

Princeton Research Day

Princeton Research Day is a celebration of the research and creative endeavors by our undergraduates, graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and fellows, and other early career researchers. The third-annual campus-wide event will feature poster presentations, exhibits, performances, selected talks and an award ceremony for outstanding...

Location: 33 Frist Campus Center Center , Princeton , New Jersey

Undergraduate Certificate - Independent Work Papers Due

Please find more information about the requirements for this paper here.

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Location: 26 Prospect Ave, Princeton NJ

Undergraduate Certificate - Independent Work Posters Due

Please find more information about the requirements for this poster here.

Please make note of the important due dates pertaining to the Independent Work requirements here.

Location: 26 Prospect Ave, Princeton NJ

Joint PACM-CSML Colloquium

A core problem in statistics and machine learning is to approximate difficult-to-compute probability distributions. This problem is especially important in probabilistic modeling, which frames all inference about unknown quantities as a calculation about a conditional distribution.

Location: 214 Fine Hall

CS Colloquium Series: Bo Wang - Machine Learning Algorithms for Exploiting Spectral Structures of Biological Networks

Networks are ubiquitous in biology where they encode connectivity patterns at all scales of organization, from populations to a single cell.  How to extract and understand non-trivial topological features and structures inherent in the networks is critical to understanding interactions within complicated biological systems.

Location: Computer Science Small Auditorium (Room 105)