Systems Information Learning Optimization (SILO)

Weekly Seminar Series


Seminars are usually Wednesdays at 12:30PM in the 3rd floor teaching lab at the WID and lunch is provided unless otherwise noted. Take the elevators behind Aldo's Cafe.

Seminars feature graduate students and post-docs presenting in half hour blocks. When we are fortunate to host external visitors, we slot the entire hour for a presentation. We also occasionally have presentations by UW professors who want to share new and exciting research ideas and open problems.

Current Semester (Spring 2014)

Upcoming

Apr 30
12:30 PM
Deanna Needell
May 7
12:30 PM
Boaz Nadler

Completed

Apr 23
12:30 PM
Topological Data Analysis : Persistent Homology and Applications
by Elizabeth Munch ( Prof. )
Apr 16
12:30 PM
Iteration for finite element simulation: convergence and preconditioning
by Andy Wathen ( Prof. )
Apr 2
12:30 PM
The Sketched SVD and Applications in Structural Health Monitoring
by Michael Wakin ( Prof )
Mar 26
12:30 PM
Atom Probe Tomography and Information Challenges
by Thomas Kelly ( )
Mar 12
12:30 PM
Information Aggregation through Price and Learning Social Networks with Online Convex Programming and Parametric Dynamics
by Mariann Ollar and Eric Hall ( )
Mar 5
12:30 PM
Solving Symmetric Integer Programs
by Jeff Linderoth ( Prof. )
Feb 26
11:00 AM
On the interaction between network coding and the physical layer - information theoretic results and a case study.
by Muriel Medard ( Prof. )
Feb 19
12:30 PM
Complex Networks and Inference
by Lauren Huie and Lee Seversky ( )
Feb 12
12:30 PM
INDEPENDENT COMPONENT ANALYSIS VIA NONPARAMETRIC MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD ESTIMATION
by Richard Samworth ( Prof. )
Feb 5
12:30 PM
and The Role of Hierarchical Group Sparsity in Semantic Learning of Images
by Gautam Dasarathy and Aniruddha Bhargava ( )
Jan 30
3:00 PM
Communication, sensing and control in large scale wireless networks
by Urbashi Mitra ( Prof. )
Jan 29
12:30 PM
Almost Linear Complexity Methods for Delay-Doppler Channel Estimation
by Alexander Fish ( Prof. )
Jan 22
1:00 PM
Functional Nuclear Norm and Low Rank Function Estimation
by Ming Yuan ( Prof. )

Previous Semesters