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These Communications & Signal Processing seminars are held Thursdays at 4 PM in Room 1005, and open to the public. They are aimed at faculty and graduate students engaged in communications and signal processing research.

Organizer: David Neuhoff, neuhoff@umich.edu, (734) 764-6586
Coordinator: Judi Jones, asap@umich.edu, (734) 763-8557

CSPL Seminars was a previous series on similar topics.

Upcoming Seminars


Thursday  Mar. 29, 2018
Group Symmetric Covariance Estimation
Ilya Soloveychik
Postdoctoral Fellow
Harvard University, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
4:00pm - 5:00pm in 1005 EECS


Monday  Apr. 02, 2018
Seminar by Emilie Chouzenoux
Emilie Chouzenoux
Assistant Professor
University of Paris-East Marne
4:00pm - 5:00pm in 3316 EECS

 

Past Seminars


Thursday  Feb. 22, 2018
Efficient Personalized PageRank Estimation for Many Sources and Many Targets
Vijay Subramanian
Associate Professor
University of Michigan


Thursday  Feb. 08, 2018
An information theoretic approach to correlated graph matching
Farhad Shirani
Research Assistant Professor
New York University


Tuesday  Feb. 06, 2018
BATS: Network Coding in Action
Raymond W. Yeung
Professor
Chinese University of Hong Kong


Thursday  Jan. 25, 2018
Accurate Learning or Fast Mixing? Dynamic Adaptability of Caching Algorithms
Vijay Subramanian
Associate Professor
University of Michigan


Thursday  Dec. 07, 2017
Optimal first-order convex minimization methods with applications to image reconstruction and machine learning
Jeff Fessler
Professor
University of Michigan, Department of EECS


Friday  Dec. 01, 2017
Scarf’s Lemma and Stable Matchings
Rakesh Vohra
Professor
University of Pennsylvania


Thursday  Nov. 30, 2017
New perspective from Blackwell's "comparisons of experiments" on generative adversarial networks and differential privacy
Sewoong Oh
Assistant Professor
UIUC


Thursday  Nov. 16, 2017
Subspace codes and rank-metric codes: List-decoding and sparse constructions
Hessam Mahdavifar
Assistant Professor
University of Michigan


Thursday  Nov. 09, 2017
Non-linear models for matrix completion
Greg Ongie
Post Doctoral Research Fellow
University of Michigan


Thursday  Nov. 02, 2017
Dissipativity Theory for optimization and Machine Learning Research
Bin Hu
Post Doctoral Researcher
University of Wisconsin - Madison


Thursday  Sep. 28, 2017
Domain Adaptation for Recommender Systems
Clay Scott
Associate Professor
University of Michigan


Tuesday  Sep. 19, 2017
Learning Large Graphs from Compressed and Subsampled Data
Gautam Dasarathy
Post Doctoral Researcher
Rice University


Thursday  Sep. 14, 2017
Free Component Analysis
Raj Rao Nadakuditi
Associate Professor
University of Michigan, Department of EECS


Monday  Sep. 11, 2017
Prices and Subsidies in the Sharing Economy
Longbo Huang
Assistant Professor
Tsinghua University


Tuesday  Aug. 29, 2017
Shannon's Information Measures and Markov Structures
Raymond W. Yeung
Professor
Chinese University of Hong Kong
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