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Workshop in Biostatistics: RNA splicing at single cell resolution  
Seminar

Prof Julia Salzman (Stanford)

TBA


 Contact Katie Kanagawa for Zoom dial-in details. (kkanagaw@stanford.edu)

RNA splicing at single cell resolution
Thu Apr 8th, 2021
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2:30 pm PDT
)

dEEbug Peer Tutoring  
Student

Advising for EE Core Course(s): ENGR 40M

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dEEbug peer tutoring for EE core courses
Thu Apr 8th, 2021
 (
2:00 pm PDT
)

dEEbug Peer Tutoring  
Student

Advising for EE Core Course(s): ENGR 40M

Peer Advising Hours:

dEEbug peer tutoring for EE core courses
Thu Apr 8th, 2021
 (
10:00 am PDT
)

SCIEN and EE292E present "Slow Glass"  
Seminar

Prof. Steve Seitz (Univ of Washington; Google)

Wouldn't it be fascinating to be in the same room as Abraham Lincoln, visit Thomas Edison in his laboratory, or step onto the streets of New York a hundred years ago?

Slow Glass
Wed Apr 7th, 2021
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4:30 pm PDT
)

Industrial AI presents "From Industrial AI to Systems Intelligence"  
Seminar

Chetan Gupta, PhD (Hitachi)

Industrial AI is concerned with the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) and related technologies towards addressing real-world use cases in industrial and societal domains and will funda

From Industrial AI to Systems Intelligence
Wed Apr 7th, 2021
 (
4:00 pm PDT
)

dEEbug Peer Tutoring  
Student

Advising for EE Core Course(s): ENGR 40M

Peer Advising Hours:

dEEbug peer tutoring for EE core courses
Wed Apr 7th, 2021
 (
1:00 pm PDT
)

dEEbug Peer Tutoring  
Student

Advising for EE Core Course(s): ENGR 40M

Peer Advising Hours:

dEEbug peer tutoring for EE core courses
Wed Apr 7th, 2021
 (
10:00 am PDT
)

Statistics Seminar: Metropolis-Hastings via classification  
Seminar

Veronika Rockova (Univ of Chicago)

This paper develops a Bayesian computational platform at the interface between posterior sampling and optimization in models whose marginal likelihoods are difficult to evaluate.

Metropolis-Hastings via classification
Tue Apr 6th, 2021
 (
4:30 pm PDT
)

Applied Physics/Physics Colloquium presents "Black holes, information and wormholes"  
Seminar

Geoff Pennington (UC Berkeley)

In the 1970s, Hawking showed that black holes, like any finite-temperature system, radiate energy and so eventually evaporate away entirely.

Black holes, information and wormholes
Tue Apr 6th, 2021
 (
4:30 pm PDT
)

SystemX bonus lecture "Human-Robot Interactive Communication and Collaboration"  
Seminar

Prof. Heni Ben Amor (Arizona State Univ)

Autonomous and anthropomorphic robots are poised to play a critical role in manufacturing, healthcare and even our homes in the near future.

Human-Robot Interactive Communication and Collaboration
Tue Apr 6th, 2021
 (
2:00 pm PDT
)

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