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Feb 26

Faculty Research Lecture 2019: Responsible Data Science

Lise Getoor
Professor, Computer Science and Engineering

Abstract Data science is an emerging discipline that offers both promise and peril. Responsible data science refers to efforts that address both the technical and societal issues in emerging data-driven technologies. Prof. Getoor is a computer scientist who is well known for her theoretical work... Read More

Feb 21

Tiny Tools to Fight Big Diseases – Micro-/Nano-Systems for Discovery, Diagnosis and Therapy

Aniruddh Sarkar
Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Abstract: Individual functional building blocks of life (e.g. cells, biomolecules) exist and interact at the micrometer to nanometer length scales. This creates a unique opportunity for exploiting microscale and nanoscale physical phenomena to develop technology for precision and personalized... Read More

Feb 15

CPSRC Seminar: Easy, Hard or Convex? The Role of Sparsity and Structure in Systems Theory

Mario Sznaier
Dennis Picard Trustee Professor

Abstract: Arguably, one of the hardest challenges faced now by the systems community stems from the exponential explosion in the availability of data, fueled by recent advances in sensing and actuation capabilities. Simply stated, classical techniques are ill equipped to handle very large volumes... Read More