Events

Winter Recess (university closed, no classes)  
General

Winter recess (university closed, no classes)

Winter Recess (university closed, no classes)
Mon Dec 23rd, 2019
 (
(All day)
)

Exam Week, Autumn 2019  
General

Exams to conclude autumn 2019 quarter. 

Winter recess follows. Classes resume January 6, 2020.

 

Exam Week
Mon Dec 9th, 2019
 (
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
)

lab64 Movie Night  
Student

– details to be announced –

lab64 movie night
Fri Dec 6th, 2019
 (
4:30 pm
)
tbd

Probability BONUS SEMINAR welcomes Assaf Naor  
Seminar

Assaf Naor (Princeton)

Abstract TBA - check stats website for updates, https://statistics.stanford.edu/events/probab

TBA
Fri Dec 6th, 2019
 (
4:00 pm
)
Sequoia Hall Room 200

Kailath Lecture welcomes Vinton G. Cerf  
General

Vinton G. Cerf (VP and Chief Internet Evangelist: Google)

Our technologies, built in many cases on top of Internet infrastructure and associated smart phone and Internet of Things devices, have displayed emerging properties that were not anticipated, at least by me.

When Sociology, Behavioral Psychology and Technology Collide
Fri Dec 6th, 2019
 (
3:30 pm
)
Hewlett 200

SCIEN Research Initiatives  
Seminar

Each year the Stanford Center for Image Systems Engineering (SCIEN) holds an annual meeting for its' Industry Affiliate Member companies.

various research initiatives
Fri Dec 6th, 2019
 (
1:30 pm
)
Packard 101 and Atrium

ISL Colloquium and IT-Forum present "A Notion of Entropy for Sparse Marked Graphs and its Applications in Graphical Data Compression"  
Seminar

Payam Delgosha (UC Berkeley)

Many modern data sources arising from social networks, biological data, etc. are best viewed as indexed by combinatorial structures such as graphs, rather than time series.

A Notion of Entropy for Sparse Marked Graphs and its Applications in Graphical Data Compression
Fri Dec 6th, 2019
 (
1:15 pm
)
Packard 202

ISL Colloquium presents "Implicit Regularization for Optimal Sparse Recovery"  
Seminar

Patrick Rebeschini (Oxford)

Ridge regression is a fundamental paradigm in machine learning and statistics, and it has long been known to be closely connected to the implicit regularization properties of gradient descent methods, cf.

Implicit Regularization for Optimal Sparse Recovery
Fri Dec 6th, 2019
 (
11:00 am
)
Packard 202

Last day of autumn classes, 2019  
General

Last day of autumn classes, 2019

 

 

- Stanford Academic Calendar

Last day of autumn 2019 classes
Fri Dec 6th, 2019
 (
(All day)
)

Donald Knuth's 25th Annual Christmas Lecture: Pi and The Art of Computer Programming  
General

Prof. Donald Knuth (Stanford)

For those unable to come to Stanford, the lecture will be broadcast online as a free livestre

Donald Knuth's 25th Annual Christmas Lecture: Pi and The Art of Computer Programming
Thu Dec 5th, 2019
 (
6:30 pm
)
NVIDIA Auditorium

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