Past Events


Qingyao Sun, MS Student

Student Seminar: Qingyao Sun

2:30–3:00 pm Jones 111 and via Zoom

XINGYAO SUN, Department of Statistics, The University of Chicago
“Beyond Invariance: Test-Time Label-Shift Adaptation for Addressing ‘Spurious’ Correlations”

Feb 2

Student Seminar: Yu-Chun Lai

3:30–4:00 pm Jones 303

Master’s Thesis Presentation
YU-CHUN LAI, Department of Statistics, The University of Chicago
“Hidden Markov Models and Their Application in Finance”

Jan 31
Sounak Paul, PhD Student

CAM and Stats Student Seminar: Sounak Paul

12:30–1:30 pm Jones 303

SOUNAK PAUL, Department of Statistics, The University of Chicago
“Amortized Method of Moments for Multireference Alignment and Cryo-EM”

Jan 31
Ce Zhang, ETH Zurich

DSI Events: Ce Zhang

2:00–3:00 pm JCL 390

“Optimizing Communications and Data for Distributed and Decentralized Learning”

Jan 26
Elchanan Mossel

Mathematics Colloquium: Elchanan Mossel

3:00–4:00 pm Eckhart Hall, 202

ELCHANAN MOSSEL, Department of Mathematics, IDSS, MIT
“Stochastic Processes on Trees and Their Applications”

Jan 25
Theodor Misiakiewicz

Statistics Colloquium: Theodor Misiakiewicz

10:00–11:00 am Jones 303

THEODOR MISIAKIEWICZ, Department of Statistics, Stanford University
“New statistical and computational phenomena from Deep Learning”

Jan 25
Angela Wang

CAM and Stats Student Seminar: Brainstorm Session

12:30–1:30 pm Jones 303

In place of a research talk, the next CAM & Stats Student Seminar will be a session to brainstorm and write content for an unofficial student guide to the Stats and CAM PhD and Masters’ programs.

Jan 24
Zhimei Ren

Statistics Colloquium: Zhimei Ren

2:00–3:00 pm Jones 303

ZHIMEI REN, Department of Statistics, University of Chicago
“Stable Variable Selection with Knockoffs”

Jan 23
Raaz Dwivedi

Statistics Colloquium: Raaz Dwivedi

2:00–3:00 pm Jones 303

RAAZ DWIVEDI, Computer Science & Statistics/Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences, Harvard University /MIT
“From HeartSteps to HeartBeats: Personalized Decision-making”

Jan 20
Laurel Ohm

CAM Colloquium: Laurel Ohm

4:00–5:00 pm Jones 303

LAUREL OHM, Mathematics Department, Princeton University 
“A PDE Perspective on the Hydrodynamics of Flexible Filaments”

Jan 19