SIAM Student Chapter Seminar
- When: Mondays at 4 PM
- Where: See list of talks below
- Organizers: Evan Sorensen
- Faculty advisers: Jean-Luc Thiffeault, Steve Wright
- To join the SIAM Chapter mailing list: email siam-chapter+join@g-groups.wisc.edu.
Fall 2021
date and time | location | speaker | title | |
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Sept 20, 4 PM | Ingraham 214 | Julia Lindberg (Electrical and Computer Engineering) | Polynomial system solving in applications | |
Sept 27, 4 PM, | Zoom (refreshments and conference call in 307) | Wil Cocke (Developer for ARCYBER) | Job talk-Software Development/Data Science | |
Oct 4, 2:45 PM | B119 Van Vleck | Anjali Nair (Math) | Reconstruction of Reflection Coefficients Using the Phonon Transport Equation | |
Oct 11, 4 PM, | Zoom (refreshments and conference call in 307) | Kurt Ehlert (Trading Strategy Developer at Auros) | ||
Oct 18, 4 PM | 6104 Social Sciences | Jason Tochinsky (Math) | ||
Oct 25, 4 PM, | Zoom (refreshments and conference call in 307) | Patrick Bardsley (Machine Learning Engineer at Cirrus Logic) | ||
Nov 8, 4 PM, | Zoom (refreshments and conference call in 307) | Liban Mohammed(Machine Learning Engineer at MITRE) | ||
Dec 6, 4 PM | Ingraham 214 | Hongxu Chen(Math) |
Abstracts
Sept 20, Julia Lindberg
Polynomial systems arise naturally in many applications in engineering and the sciences. This talk will outline classes of homotopy continuation algorithms used to solve them. I will then describe ways in which structures such as irreducibility, symmetry and sparsity can be used to improve computational speed. The efficacy of these algorithms will be demonstrated on systems in power systems engineering, statistics and optimization
Sept 27, Wil Cocke
I mostly work as a software developer with an emphasis on data science projects dealing with various Command specific projects. The data science life-cycle is fairly consistent across industries: collect, clean, explore, model, interpret, and repeat with a goal of providing insight to the organization. During my talk, I will share some lessons learned for mathematicians interested in transitioning to software development/ data science.
Oct 4, Anjali Nair
The phonon transport equation is used to model heat conduction in solid materials. I will talk about how we use it to solve an inverse problem to reconstruct the thermal reflection coefficient at an interface. This takes the framework of a PDE constrained optimization problem, and I will also mention the stochastic methods used to solve it.