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Statistics Department Seminar

The Statistics Seminars for Autumn Quarter will be held in Room 380C of the Sloan Mathematics Center in the Main Quad at 4:30pm on Tuesdays. Refreshments are served at 4pm in the Lounge on the first floor of Sequoia Hall.

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January 2019
Date/Time Speaker Affiliation Title
Fri 11 Jan
03:00PM
Special Event
Larry Wasserman Carnegie Mellon University ---
December 2018
Date/Time Speaker Affiliation Title
Wed 05 Dec
04:30PM
Extra Seminar
Matt Wand University of Technology Sydney Fast approximate inference for arbitrarily large statistical models via message passing
Tue 04 Dec
04:30PM
Yingying Fan USC Asymptotic theory of eigenvectors for large random matrices with applications to network inference
November 2018
Date/Time Speaker Affiliation Title
Tue 27 Nov
04:30PM
Rachel Ward UT Austin AdaGrad for strong SGD convergence guarantees without step size tuning
Tue 20 Nov
04:30PM
Thanksgiving Week --- No Seminar ---
Tue 13 Nov
04:30PM
Dawn B. Woodard Uber Dynamic pricing and matching for ride-hailing
Tue 06 Nov
04:30PM
Jason Lee USC Foundations of deep learning: SGD, overparametrization, and generalization
October 2018
Date/Time Speaker Affiliation Title
Tue 30 Oct
04:30PM
SBJC
Philip Stark UC Berkeley Student evaluations of teaching do not measure teaching effectiveness: What do they measure?
Tue 23 Oct
04:30PM
Art Owen Stanford Statistics Optimizing the tie-breaker regression discontinuity design
Tue 16 Oct
04:30PM
Tengyu Ma Stanford Statistics and Computer Science On the margin theory of feedforward neural networks
Tue 09 Oct
04:30PM
Kristian Lum Human Rights Data Analysis Group Statistical challenges in casualty estimation
Tue 02 Oct
04:30PM
David Donoho Stanford Statistics The statistical significance of perfect linear separation
September 2018
Date/Time Speaker Affiliation Title
Tue 25 Sep
04:30PM
Jerry Li UC Berkeley Simons Institute Efficient algorithms for high-dimensional robust learning
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