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SUMMARY:Graduate Student Colloquium: Mr. Daniel Gulbrandsen
DESCRIPTION: \nCube Complexes and Robotics\nMr. Daniel Gulbrandsen\nGraduate Teaching Assistant\nUniversity of Wisconsin – Milwaukee \n“A robotic snake is a two dimensional figure depicting possible movements of a robotic arm subjected to certain simplifying conditions. In this talk we will investigate a method to determine the most efficient way to move the robotic arm from one position to another. As it turns out the algorithm makes extensive use of the geometry of cube complexes. Specifically\, the algorithm will rely on CAT(0) cube complexes. No prior knowledge of CAT(0) geometry or robotics will be assumed.” \n
URL:https://uwm.edu/math/event/graduate-student-colloquium-mr-daniel-gulbrandsen/
LOCATION:EMS Building\, Room E495\, E495; 3200 N Cramer St.\, Milwaukee\, WI\, 53211\, United States
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SUMMARY:Colloquium: Dr. Kathryn Lindsey
DESCRIPTION:To view Dr. Lindsey’s talk\, enter her Online chatroom via. Microsoft Teams— it will open at 2:00pm on Friday\, September 17th\, 2021. \nThe Mathematics of Neural Networks\nDr. Kathryn Lindsey\nAssistant Professor of Mathematics\nBoston College \n“Neural networks are a powerful and extensively used tool in machine learning. However\, many fundamental questions in the mathematical theory underpinning the use of neural networks remain open. This talk will introduce neural networks from a theoretical\, mathematical point of view\, survey some known results\, and outline some open questions about the mathematical foundations of the theory of neural networks.” \n*Click to view the event flyer.
URL:https://uwm.edu/math/event/colloquium-dr-kathryn-lindsey/
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SUMMARY:Graduate Student Colloquium: Mr. Prayagdeep Parija
DESCRIPTION:The Doomsday Argument and other paradoxes\nMr. Prayagdeep Parija\nGraduate Teaching Assistant\nUniversity of Wisconsin – Milwaukee \n“How long will the human race survive? We will present and discuss the (in-?) famous doomsday argument which proposes an answer to the question.\nIf time permits\, we will also discuss other surprising paradoxes in probability.”
URL:https://uwm.edu/math/event/graduate-student-colloquium-mr-prayagdeep-parija/
LOCATION:EMS Building\, 3200 N Cramer St\, Milwaukee\, WI\, 53211\, United States
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SUMMARY:Colloquium: Dr. Elaine Chew
DESCRIPTION: \nTo view Dr. Chew’s talk\, enter her Online chatroom via. Microsoft Teams— it will open at 2:00pm on Friday\, September 24th\, 2021. \nThe Heart of Music: From Expressivity to Neurocardiology\nDr. Elaine Chew\nSenior CNRS Researcher\nSTMS Lab at IRCAM \n“Music expressivity is the means through which performers elicit responses from listeners. The nature of music means that many expressive aspects of music can be represented mathematically\, quantitatively\, making it amenable to computational analyses. The shaping of these sonic properties conveys structures\, affect\, and meaning. I shall describe some of the ways we can capture expressivity and see the structures they convey. Next\, I will show that recordings of cardiac arrhythmias\, the result of the electrical conduction system of the heart gone awry\, possess many properties similar to that of expressive music. In neurocardiology\, the brain and autonomic nervous system are known to influence cardiac electrophysiology and its propensity for arrhythmias. Here\, I will describe our study on cardiac response to live music performance\, and how quantifiable aspects of music expressivity can be exploited to investigate heart-brain interactions. Finally\, I shall introduce our work on music therapeutics with physiological feedback.” \n*Click to view the event flyer.
URL:https://uwm.edu/math/event/colloquium-dr-elaine-chew/
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