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Stanford SystemX Alliance: Opportunities for research stays at imec  
Student

Guido Groeseneken

In this presentation we will give an introduction to imec for students and scientists who are interested in engaging with imec involving activities going from following on-line lectures and seminars to spending a shor

Opportunities for research stays at imec
Thu Dec 18th, 2014
 (
10:30 am to 11:30 am
)
Allen 101

Information Systems Lab Colloquium: Positive Low Rank Tensor Completion  
Seminar

Anil Aswani (Berkeley)

Motivated by combinatorial regression problems, which we interpret as low rank tensor completion, we study the case of noisy tensor completion for positive tensors.

Positive Low Rank Tensor Completion
Thu Dec 4th, 2014
 (
4:15 pm to 5:15 pm
)
Packard 101

Y Combinator: Making Things People Want  
Seminar

Garry Tan, Partner, Y Combinator

Please join us on Thursday, December 4th for our final session of the quarter on "New Trends in Startup Company Acceleration: Toward the Rise of the Glo

Y Combinator: Making Things People Want
Thu Dec 4th, 2014
 (
4:15 pm to 5:30 pm
)
Gates B01

Electronics Meets Pharmaceuticals: Getting the Most Out of Every Pill  
Seminar

Mark Zdeblick (Proteus Digital Health)

This seminar event is sponsored by Rethinking Analog Design (RAD), an industry supported research initiative in the area of integrated circuit design.

Electronics Meets Pharmaceuticals: Getting the Most Out of Every Pill
Thu Dec 4th, 2014
 (
3:30 pm to 4:30 pm
)
Allen 101

SCIEN Talk: Project Tango: Giving Mobile Devices a Human-Scale Understanding of Space and Motion  
General

Dr. Johnny Lee (Google)

Project Tango is a focused effort to harvest research from the last decade of work in computer vision and robotics and concentrate that technology into a mobile device.

Project Tango: Giving Mobile Devices a Human-Scale Understanding of Space and Motion
Wed Dec 3rd, 2014
 (
4:15 pm to 5:15 pm
)
Packard 101

EE380 Computer Systems Colloquium: Shannon-inspired Statistical Computing  
Seminar

Naresh Shanbhag (UIUC)

Moore's Law has been the driving force behind the exponential growth in the semiconductor industry for the past five decades.

Shannon-inspired Statistical Computing
Wed Dec 3rd, 2014
 (
4:15 pm to 5:30 pm
)
Gates B03

Statistics Seminar: Optimal Inference After Model Selection  
Seminar

Will Fithian (Stanford)

To perform inference after model selection, we propose controlling the selective type I error; i.e., the error rate of a test given that it was performed.

Optimal Inference After Model Selection
Tue Dec 2nd, 2014
 (
4:15 pm to 5:15 pm
)
Sloan Mathematics Building 380 Room 380C

CS300 Seminar: Tim Roughgarden  
Seminar

Two faculty speakers, 45 minutes each

The CS300 seminar is offered to incoming first year students in the Autumn quarter. The seminar gives CS faculty the opportunity to speak for 45 minutes about their research.

Varies by speaker
Mon Dec 1st, 2014
 (
4:15 pm to 5:30 pm
)
Y2E2 111

Optics & Electronics Seminar: Magnetic Excitations in Spinor Bose-Einstein Condensates  
Seminar

Dan M. Stamper-Kurn (UC Berkeley)

The quantum degenerate spinor Bose gas is a new material characterized by both magnetic and superfluid order.

Magnetic Excitations in Spinor Bose-Einstein Condensates
Mon Dec 1st, 2014
 (
4:00 pm to 5:15 pm
)
Spilker 232
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