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Adam S. Hock - Illinois Institute of Technology, - Argonne National Laboratory
Mar 4, 3:15pm
Chemistry - Colloquia - 111 Life Sciences
Meeting the challenges of the 21st century requires accelerating the transitions from basic science to technology development and on to commercial applications. Fortunately the powerful analytical tools and communication options of the 21st century enable chemists to rapidly assess their progress... read more
Wed.
Mar 4
Weronika Swiechowicz and Yuanfang Xiang - IIT-Applied Math
Mar 4, 3:15pm
Applied Mathematics - Seminar - E1 121
Wed.
Mar 4
Shane Larson - Northwestern University
Mar 5, 3:30pm
Physics - Colloquia - 111 Life Sciences
Multi-messenger astronomy has a long and colorful history as a tool for understanding the Cosmos. Today, the world is engaged in a new observational enterprise that will soon add gravitational waves to the suite of tools available to astronomers. The addition of observations in the gravitational... read more
Thu.
Mar 5
Xinwei Deng - Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Mar 9, 4:40pm
Applied Mathematics - Colloquia - LS 152
Abstract: With the prevalence of the electronic commerce, fraud commonly exists in online business. To prevent fraud transactions, suspicious transactions are rejected with unknown fraud statuses by the online decision system. To build an accurate risk model for fraud detection, one great... read more
Mon.
Mar 9
Paul Sirvatka - College of DuPage
Mar 12, 3:30pm
Physics - Colloquia - 111 Life Sciences
Thu.
Mar 12
Xiaohua Jia - City University of Hong Kong
Mar 13, 12:45pm to 1:45pm
Computer Science - Distinguished Lecture Series - Stuart Building 111
With the growth of social networks in recent years, user generated data such as videos, photos and blogs have become an important source of information in our life. However, user’s data are often locked in by a few giant application service providers (ASP), such as Facebook, Twitter, Tencent, etc.... read more
Fri.
Mar 13
Jin-Yi Cai - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Mar 23, 12:45pm to 1:45pm
Computer Science - Distinguished Lecture Series - Stuart Building 111
The P versus NP problem is one of the most challenging intellectual problems of our time. A fundamental goal of complexity theory is to provide classifications according to the inherent difficulty of computational problems. I will describe some recent advances in the study of counting problems.... read more
Mon.
Mar 23
Donald Richards - Penn State University
Mar 23, 4:40pm
Applied Mathematics - Colloquia - LS 152
Mon.
Mar 23
Emma Turian
Mar 25, 4:40pm
Applied Mathematics - Seminar - E1 025
Wed.
Mar 25
Pradeep Kumar - University of Arkansas
Mar 26, 3:30pm
Physics - Colloquia - 111 Life Sciences
Thu.
Mar 26

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