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Updates will be posted on this page, as well as emailed to the EE student mail list.
As always, use your best judgement and consider your own and others' well-being at all times.
These informal & informational lunches consist of several students and faculty. There is no set agenda during the discussion and it is completely informal. Students are encouraged to share their experience within the department, research, their plans, and feedback.
The student/faculty roundtable discussions are organized by the Student Life Committee.
Dear colleagues and Stanford Community,
I'm forwarding this message at the request of Prof. Allyson Hobbs, open to anyone interested (feel free to share), and with apologies for cross-postings... Prof. Hobbs has created an online space for all at Stanford to join together as a community, featuring a wide variety of great speakers.
As we continue to grapple with these challenging times and seek spaces to discuss racial injustice in America, I am happy to announce that Professor Imani Perry (Princeton University) will be our special guest on the Stanford Community Hour on SATURDAY, JUNE 13 at 1pm PST. **Please note the change in date due to the virtual celebration of seniors on Sunday.**
Excerpted from shutdownstem.com/resources :
As scientists and academics, we know that in order to solve a problem, we first need to understand it. This is just as true for structural racism and anti-Blackness! It's also important for non-Black folks to not rely on Black folks for this education.
Alex Dunlap Stanford Math
Approximate Message Passing (AMP) algorithms are non-linear power iterations originally arising from the context of compressed sensing. In this talk, I will introduce a Lipschitzian functional iteration, as a generalization of the AMP algorithms, and discuss its universality in disorder. In addition, I will explain how our results imply universality in a number of AMPs popularly adapted in Bayesian inferences and optimizations in spin glasses.
This is based on a joint work with Wai-Kit Lam.
Joint with Applied Mathematics Seminar
DEAR EE COMMUNITY:
There aren't enough words to fully express the sadness we feel due to the social injustice that our communities of color have been facing in these recent tragic events and the social injustices that have been continuous in our everyday lives. We understand that many of you are deeply affected both directly and indirectly and we know that everyone is processing and coping with the situation in their own way.
We want all of you to know that we support you, especially our students of color. We understand that you are hurting and we acknowledge your pain. Now more than ever, we need to support each other and uplift one another. With that said, we would like to hold another EE Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, June 11th, 2020 from 2:00pm-3:00pm (Pacific Daylight Time).
At this town hall, we want to connect with everyone, see how everyone's feeling, welcome any comments, and answer any questions you have regarding what's going on in our community and/or the future of our department in the autumn quarter.
Please RSVP by 9am on Wednesday, June 10: https://forms.gle/2BctKVXgGDDmzkfw6
*You can list up to 3 questions on the RSVP form. You can also ask questions during the meeting using the chat function in Zoom.
The panelists include:
The Zoom info and password is available in sent email invitation.
We hope you can make it. Please stay safe, take care, and check-in with one another.
Electrical Engineering Student Services