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Jun 4

Advancement: Nonparametric Bayesian Modeling for Hawkes Processes

Hyotae Kim
PhD Student

Abstract:  The Hawkes process is a class of point processes which is characterized by the clustering in the point patterns it generates. It is defined in terms of two types of processes, an immigrant process and offspring processes. These processes are independent Poisson conditional on the... Read More

May 30

Advancement: Bayesian Modeling for Count Data with Applications to Microbiome Studies

Kurtis Shuler
PhD Student

Abstract:  High throughput sequencing technology has paved the way for microbiome analyses, leading to new insights into microbial communities and their interaction with environments. Despite advances in sequencing technology, modeling how microbiomes and environmental factors interact remains... Read More

May 24

CPSRC Seminar Series - Making Aerial Robotics Safer in the Face of External Disturbances

Mark W. Mueller
Professor

Abstract Flying robots, such as multicopters, are increasingly becoming part of our everyday lives, with current and future applications including personal transportation, delivery services, entertainment, and aerial sensing. These systems are expected to be safe and to have a high degree of... Read More

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