No. 讲座题目 主讲人 时间 地址
51 Vision for Robotics: a View from Autonomous Driving Yang Gao
UC Berkeley
2018-12-31 10:00-11:00 FIT 1-222
50 Understanding the Generalization Performance of Non-Convex Methods in Machine Learning Hongyang Zhang
Stanford University
2018-12-26 14:00-15:00 FIT 1-222
49 Understanding Optimization and Generalization in Deep Learning: A Trajectory-based Analysis Simon Shaolei Du
Carnegie Mellon University
2018-12-25 10:10-11:10 FIT 1-222
48 Provable Algorithms for Statistical Challenges in Data Driven Decision Making Yuhao Wang
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2018-12-24 14:00-15:00 FIT 1-222
47 Understanding and Improving Generalization in ML and RL Tengyu Ma
Stanford University
2018-12-18 16:10-17:10 FIT 1-222
46 Byzantine Agreement with Optimal Resilience, Communication, and Round Complexity Ling Ren
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
2018-12-18 14:00-15:30 FIT 1-222
45 Quantum simulations with strongly interacting photons: Simulating exotic phases of matter and applications in quantum technology Dimitris G. Angelakis
National University of Singapore
2018-12-18 10:00-12:00 MMW S327
44 Adventures with large biomedical datasets: diseases, medical records, environment and genetics Andrey Rzhetsky
University of Chicago
2018-12-11 14:00-15:00 FIT 1-222
43 How to grab an atom without squeezing it Dongyhyun Cho
Korea University
2018-12-04 11:00-12:00 MMW S327
42 Cancer germline genomics: from biological insights to genomic predictions Edwin Wang
University of Calgary
2018-11-20 15:00-16:00 FIT 1-222
41 Pushing Secure Multi-Party Computation to Reality Xiao Wang
MIT and Boston University
2018-11-20 14:00-15:00 FIT 1-222
40 AI challenges in autonomous driving Xiaofei He
Zhejiang University
2018-11-06 14:00-15:30 FIT 1-222
39 Quantum stochastic processes: A complete theory for non-Markovian quantum phenomena Kavan Modi
Monash University
2018-11-06 10:20-11:20 MMW S327
38 How Big is That Genome? Brona Brejova
Comenius University in Bratislava
2018-11-01 10:45-11:30 FIT 1-222
37 DNA Sequencing with MinIONs: Why We Should Use the Raw Signal Tomas Vinar
Comenius University in Bratislava
2018-11-01 10:00-10:45 FIT 1-222
36 Spatio-Temporal Data Mining and Privacy Protection Jiaxin Ding
Stony Brook University
2018-10-25 14:00-15:00 FIT 1-222
35 Building Generalizable Agents by Learning to Plan Yi Wu
UC Berkeley
2018-10-22 10:00-11:00 FIT 1-222
34 Understanding Gain Saturation of Josephson Parametric Converter Gangqiang Liu
University of Pittsburgh
2018-10-19 15:00-16:30 MMW S327
33 Efficient and Effective Models for Machine Reading Comprehension Wei Yu
Carnegie Mellon University
2018-10-19 15:00-16:00 FIT 1-222
32 Observation of conclusive one-way quantum steering and heralded quantum steering Geoff J. Pryde
Griffith University
2018-10-10 13:00-14:00 MMW S327