Professor Piotr Chrusciel (University of Vienna) speaks about his work on nonlinear equations.
CMSA has been hosting a special program on nonlinear equations. Most physical phenomena, from the gravitating universe to fluid dynamics, are modeled on nonlinear differential equations. The subject also makes close connections with other branches of mathematics. In particular, some of the deepest results in complex geometry and topology were obtained through solutions of nonlinear… Continue reading
Professor Susan Athey discusses her research on big data and machine learning, and her CMSA Big Data conference talk, “Machine Learning and Causal Inference for Policy Evaluation.”
Her talk discusses the use of machine learning techniques to evaluate policies in social science applications and medicine.
Professor Ronitt Rubinfeld discusses her research on big data and her upcoming CMSA Big Data conference talk, “Something for almost nothing: sublinear time approximation algorithms.”
Prof. Rubinfeld’s talk begins at 2:45 pm on August 26, 2015 in Harvard University’s Science Center Hall C.