All Events

May 20

AM Seminar: Mathematical modeling from single-cell data and its implications in cancer development and drug resistance

Heyrim Cho
Brin postdoctoral fellow

Abstract Recent advances in single-cell gene sequencing data and high-dimensional data analysis techniques are bringing in new opportunities in modeling biological systems. In this talk, I discuss different approaches to develop mathematical models from single-cell data. For high-dimensional... Read More

May 17

CPSRC Seminar - Software Exploitation: Hardware is the New Black

Cristiano Giuffrida

  Abstract: What would the world be like if software had no bugs? Software systems would be impenetrable and our data shielded from prying eyes? Not quite. In this talk, I will present evidence that reliable attacks targeting even "perfect" software are a realistic threat. Such attacks... Read More

May 13

AM Seminar: Data-driven modeling and model reduction for chaotic dynamical systems

Kevin Lin
Associate Professor

Abstract Nonlinear dynamic phenomena often require a large number of dynamical variables for their description, only a small fraction of which are of direct interest.  Reduced models using only these relevant variables can be very useful in such situations, both for... Read More