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Events

Q-FARM presents "Lattice atom interferometry in an optical cavity"  
Seminar

Victoria Xu (UC Berkeley)

Atom interferometers are powerful tools for both measurements in fundamental physics and inertial sensing applications.

Lattice atom interferometry in an optical cavity
Wed Nov 25th, 2020
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12:00 pm PST
)
Zoom ID: 987 676 025; +Password

Autumn quarter ends  
General

~ Last day of classes (unless class meets on Sat.) ~

Last day of classes
Fri Nov 20th, 2020
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(All day)
)

US-Asia Tech Management presents "Digital Transformation: Survive and Thrive in an Era of Mass Extinction"  
Seminar

Thomas M. Siebel (C3.ai)

Join us for the series keynote with Thomas M. Siebel, CEO, C3.ai and author of Digital Transformation: Survive and Thrive in and Era of Mass Extinction. Mr.

Digital Transformation: Survive and Thrive in an Era of Mass Extinction
Thu Nov 19th, 2020
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4:30 pm PST
)

ISL Colloquium presents "Interference in Experimental Design in Online Platforms"  
Seminar

Prof. Ramesh Johari (Stanford)

Many experiments ("A/B tests") in online platforms exhibit interference, where an intervention applied to one market participant influences the behavior of another participant.

Interference in Experimental Design in Online Platforms
Thu Nov 19th, 2020
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4:30 pm PST
)
Zoom

SystemX presents "How AI can achieve deep understanding of text and speech: Structure-exploiting strategies for knowledge extraction"  
Seminar

Leora Morgenstern (Xerox PARC)

Humans are good at engaging in conversation and understanding written text, so much so that these sorts of natural language processing (NLP) tasks are widely considered essential requirements for any truly intelligent

How AI can achieve deep understanding of text and speech: Structure-exploiting strategies for knowledge extraction
Thu Nov 19th, 2020
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4:30 pm PST
)
Zoom ID: 920 2334 9868; +passcode

Workshop in Biostatistics presents "Interpretability and Human Validation of Machine Learning"  
Seminar

Prof. Finale Doshi-Velez (Harvard University)

As machine learning systems become ubiquitous, there is a growing interest in interpretable machine learning -- that is, systems that can provide human-interpretable rationale for their predictions and decisions.

Interpretability and Human Validation of Machine Learning
Thu Nov 19th, 2020
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2:30 pm PST
)

Smart Grid Seminar: Dynamic Operation and Lifetime Valuation for Batteries in Markets  
Seminar

Bolun Xu (Columbia University)

This talk introduces a generalized framework for valuating batteries based on their degradation mechanism and market signals.

Dynamic Operation and Lifetime Valuation for Batteries in Markets
Thu Nov 19th, 2020
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1:30 pm PST
)
Zoom
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Womxn in Electrical Engineering hosts Prof. Trippel (lunch & Q&A)  
Student

Professor Caroline Trippel (Stanford)

Womxn in Electrical Engineering is hosting a lunch q&a with Professor Caroline Trippel

WEE Faculty Lunch
Thu Nov 19th, 2020
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12:00 pm PST
)
Registration required

SCIEN and EE292E presents "Immersive Light Field Video with a Layered Mesh Representation"  
Seminar

Dr. Michael Broxton (Google)

In this talk I will describe our system for capturing, reconstructing, compressing, and rendering high quality immersive light field video.

Immersive Light Field Video with a Layered Mesh Representation
Wed Nov 18th, 2020
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4:30 pm PST
)
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The Program in Science, Technology & Society presents "Covid-19, Racism, and Health Disparities"  
Seminar

Prof. Evelynn Hammonds (Harvard)

A weekly lecture series exploring the intersections of race, racism, and scientific practice.

Race in Science: Covid-19, Racism, and Health Disparities

Race in Science: Covid-19, Racism, and Health Disparities
Wed Nov 18th, 2020
 (
4:00 pm PST
)

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