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EE Student Information, Spring Quarter through Academic Year 2020-2021: FAQs and Updated EE Course List.

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Events

US-Asia Technology Management Center presents "When Economic Development Challenges Democracy"  
Seminar

Dr. Amit Kapoor; moderated by Dr. Richard Dasher

See US-ATMC site for details.

When Economic Development Challenges Democracy
Wed Sep 30th, 2020
 (
5:30 pm
)
Zoom

Probability Seminar & Applied Math welcome Will Feldman  
Seminar

Will Feldman (University of Utah)

TBA

TBA
Wed Sep 30th, 2020
 (
12:00 pm
)
Zoom

Q-FARM presents "Fast Optimization of Photonic Circuits for Automated Device Design"  
Seminar

Filippo Miatto (Télécom Paris)

Photonic circuits are a promising platform for quantum computation and quantum communication: they don't require low temperatures or vacuum to operate and they can be built on a small chip.

Fast Optimization of Photonic Circuits for Automated Device Design
Wed Sep 30th, 2020
 (
12:00 pm
)
Zoom ID: 987 676 025; +password

Stanford-CSIF Photometrics Educational Webinars  
General

CSIF to host Photometrix webinars  

Stanford-CSIF Photometrics Webinars
Wed Sep 30th, 2020
 (
11:00 am
)
please register for webinar link

Statistics Seminar presents "Scaled minimax optimality in high-dimensional linear regression: A non-convex algorithmic regularization approach"  
Seminar

Mohamed Ndaoud (University of Southern California)

The question of fast convergence in the classical problem of high-dimensional linear regression has been extensively studied. Arguably, one of the fastest procedures in practice is Iterative Hard Thresholding (IHT).

Scaled minimax optimality in high-dimensional linear regression: A non-convex algorithmic regularization approach
Tue Sep 29th, 2020
 (
4:30 pm
)
Zoom ID 973 5368 4241 (+password)

WEE Welcome Back!  
Student

Hello WEE!

Welcome back to a new academic year!

Welcome back to a new academic year!
Fri Sep 25th, 2020
 (
4:00 pm
)
Zoom

IT-Forum presents "High-accuracy Optimality and Limitation of the Profile Maximum Likelihood"  
Seminar

Yanjun Han (Stanford)

Symmetric properties of distributions arise in multiple settings, where for each of them separate estimators have been developed. Recently, Orlitsky et al.

High-accuracy Optimality and Limitation of the Profile Maximum Likelihood
Fri Sep 25th, 2020
 (
1:15 pm
)
Zoom registration req'd

SystemX presents "Enterprise Software to Accelerate the Quantum Revolution"  
Seminar

Christopher Savoie (Zapata Computing)

Through the transformative impact of quantum computing, powerful software and algorithms for the next generation of high-performance computing are being developed.

Enterprise Software to Accelerate the Quantum Revolution
Thu Sep 24th, 2020
 (
4:30 pm
)
Zoom ID: 920 2334 9868; +passcode

US-Asia Technology Management Center presents "Retail Digitalization and Unification of Online/Offline"  
Seminar

Dr. Daniel Zhang (Wumart Group)

Digital Transformation Among New and Traditional Industries in Asia

Retail Digitalization and Unification of Online/Offline
Thu Sep 24th, 2020
 (
4:30 pm
)
Zoom

Workshop in Biostatistics presents "Evidence-Based Elections"  
Seminar

Philip Stark (UC Berkeley)

Elections rely on people, hardware, and software, all of which are fallible and subject to manipulation. Well resourced nation-states continue to attack U.S. elections and domestic election fraud is not unheard of.

Evidence-Based Elections
Thu Sep 24th, 2020
 (
2:30 pm
)
Zoom ID 926 9609 8893 (+password)*

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