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Wed
04/05/2017
5:30pm
Defense: Masters
An Algorithm for Numerically Computing Preimages of the $j$-invariant
Ethan Alwaise, Emory University
Contact: Ethan Alwaise, ethan.alwaise@emory.edu
Venue: Mathematics and Science Center, Room E408
Wed
04/05/2017
5:00pm
Defense: Honors
Generalized Cross Validation for Ill-Posed Inverse Problems
Hanyong Wu, Emory University
Contact: Hanyong Wu,
Venue: Mathematics and Science Center, Room W306
Wed
04/05/2017
4:00pm
Seminar: Combinatorics
Rank of matrices with few distinct entries
Boris Bukh, Carnegie Mellon University
Contact: Dwight Duffus, dwight@mathcs.emory.edu
Venue: Mathematics and Science Center, Room W303
Tue
04/04/2017
5:00pm
Seminar: Algebra
Equivariant analogs of the arithmetic of del Pezzo surfaces
Alexander Duncan, University of South Carolina
Contact: David Zureick-Brown, dzb@mathcs.emory.edu
Venue: Mathematics and Science Center, Room W306
Mon
04/03/2017
3:00pm
Defense: Master's
Rank-Favorable Bounds for Rational Points on Superelliptic Curves
Noam Kantor, Emory University
Contact: Noam Kantor, noam.kantor@emory.edu
Venue: MSC: N304
Mon
04/03/2017
1:00pm
Defense: Dissertation
Zero-Cycles on Torsors under Linear Algebraic Groups
Reed Sarney, Emory University
Contact: Reed Sarney, rlgordo@emory.edu
Venue: Mathematics and Science Center, Room W303
Thu
03/30/2017
4:00pm
Seminar
Theory for New Machine Learning Problems and Applications
Yingyu Liang, Princeton University
Contact: James Lu, jlu@mathcs.emory.edu
Venue: Mathematics and Science Center, Room W201
Thu
03/30/2017
1:00pm
Defense: Honors Thesis
The Artin-Schreier Theorem in Galois Theory
Yining Cheng, Emory University
Venue: Mathematics and Science Center, Room W303
Thu
03/30/2017
10:00am
Defense: Dissertation
Scalable Computational pathology: From Interactive to Deep Learning
Michael Nalisnik, Emory University
Contact: Lee Cooper, lee.cooper@emory.edu
Venue: Mathematics and Science Center, Room W306
Wed
03/29/2017
4:00pm
Seminar: Computer Science
Utility-cost of provable privacy: A case study on US Census data.
Ashwin Machanavajjhala, Duke University
Contact: Li Xiong, lxiong@emory.edu
Venue: Mathematics and Science Center, Room W303