Annie Liang (University of Pennsylvania) summarizes her presentation at the Harvard Center of Mathematical Sciences’ Big Data Conference 2017.
Zak Stone (Google) gives a brief summary of his presentation at the Center of Mathematical Sciences and Applications’ Big Data Conference 2017.
Mohammad Akbarpour (Stanford University) gives a brief summary of the talk he gave at the Center of Mathematical Sciences and Applications’ Big Data Conference 2017.
In anticipation of the Center of Mathematical Sciences and Applications’ Big Data Conference (Aug. 18-19), Jun Liu, professor of statistics at Harvard University and a Scientific Board member of CMSA, describes the growing relevance of big data in various fields.
Scott Kominers, associate professor at the Harvard Business School and faculty affiliate at the Center of Mathematical Sciences and Applications, speaks briefly on the upcoming Big Data Conference (Aug. 18-19).
Mark Kempton, a postdoctoral researcher at the Harvard Center of Mathematical Science and Applications working with S.T. Yau, describes the center’s recent research in graph theory and highlights a few of the projects to which he has contributed.
CMSA Postdoc Philippe Sosoe describes the center’s regular Random Matrix and Probability Theory seminars, and highlights a few of the series’ more diverse topics of discussion.
More info on the seminar series can be found here: http://cmsa.fas.harvard.edu/random-matrix-probability-theory-seminar-wednesdays/
Artan Sheshmani (QGM Aarhus/CMSA Harvard) describes his research and ongoing lecture series on Donaldson-Thomas and Gromov-Witten theories, moduli space, and string theory.
More information and recordings of Dr. Sheshmani’s lecture series can be found on this channel, and on CMSA’s website
Lorenzo Sironi gave a talk on “Electron Heating and Acceleration in the Vicinity of Supermassive Black Holes” at CMSA’s Workshop on Aspects of General Relativity in May .