Past Events


Kristy Choi

Statistics Colloquium: Kristy Choi

2:00–3:00 pm Jones 303

KRISTY CHOI, Department of Computer Science, Stanford University
“Harnessing Computational Creativity with Controllable Generation”

Mar 2
Jake Soloff

CAM and Stats Student Seminar: Jake A. Soloff

12:30–1:30 pm Jones 303

JAKE A. SOLOFF, Department of Statistics, University of Chicago
“Principal-Agent Hypothesis Testing”

Feb 28
Frederic Koehler

Statistics Colloquium: Frederic Koehler

4:30–5:30 pm Jones 303

FREDERIC KOEHLER, Department of Computer Science, Stanford University
“Towards the Statistically Principled Design of ML Algorithms”

Feb 27
Tian Li

DSI Events: Tian Li

3:00–4:00 pm JCL 390

TIAN LI, Department of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University
“Scalable and Trustworthy Learning in Heterogeneous Networks”

Feb 27
Angzhi Fan, PhD Student

Student Seminar: Angzhi Fan

1:00–2:30 pm Jones 304

Dissertation Proposal Presentation
ANGZHI FAN, Department of Statistics, The University of Chicago
“Applications of Generative Models in Deep Learning”

Feb 24
Antonio (Tuca) Auffinger

CAM Colloquium: Antonio (Tuca) Auffinger

4:00–5:00 pm Jones 303

ANTONIO (TUCA) AUFFINGER, Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University
“Dimension Reduction Methods for Data Visualization”

Feb 23
Armin Karbasi

DSI Events: Amin Karbasi

2:00–3:00 pm JCL 390

AMIN KARBASI, Yale School of Engineering and Applied Science
“Statistical Limits of Interactive Learning”

Feb 23

CAM and Stats Student Seminar: Erasmo Tani

12:30–1:30 pm Jones 303

ERASMO TANI, Department of Computer Science, University of Chicago
“Active Learning of Partitions via Same-Cluster Oracle”

Feb 21
Chao Ma

Statistics Colloquium: Chao Ma

4:30–5:30 pm

CHAO MA, Department of Mathematics, Stanford University
“Implicit bias of optimization algorithms and generalization of over-parameterized neural networks”

Feb 20
Mina Lee

DSI Events: Mina Lee

3:00–4:00 pm JCL 390

MINA LEE, Department of Computer Science, Stanford University
“Designing and Evaluating Language Models for Human Interaction”

Feb 20