COMPUTATIONAL RESEARCH in BOSTON and BEYOND (CRIBB)

Welcome! This is the homepage for the Computational Research in Boston and Beyond (CRIBB) seminar series. Our goal is to provide a forum for interactions among scientists and engineers throughout the Boston area working on a range of computational problems. This forum consists of a monthly seminar where individuals present their work.

To subscribe to a low-traffic mailing list for announcements related to the forum, please visit the CRiB-list web page.

For more information, e-mail Professor Alan Edelman (edelman AT math.mit.edu) and/or Professor Jeremy Kepner (kepner AT ll.mit.edu).

Organizers
Dr. Patrick Dreher (MIT - Laboratory for Nuclear Science)
Professor Alan Edelman (MIT - Math & CSAIL)
Dr. Chris Hill (MIT - Earth and Atmospheric Science)
Professor Steven G. Johnson (MIT - Math & RLE)
Dr. Jeremy Kepner (MIT - Lincoln Laboratory)
Dr. Albert Reuther (MIT - Lincoln Laboratory)
Meetings : 2019 (Archives)
Meetings will be held on the first Friday of the month at the MIT Campus in Room: 32-144 . The meetings will begin at 12:00pm, and pizza will be provided. Upcoming talks are listed below:
Feb 8

Jeremy Kepner (MIT - Lincoln Lab)

"New Phenomena in Large-Scale Internet Traffic"

Mar 1

David Martinez (MIT - Lincoln Lab)

"Artificial Intelligence: Short History, Present Developments, and Future Outlook"

Apr 5

Hang Liu (University of Massachusetts, Lowell)

"Software-Hardware Co-Optimized Data Analytics"

*Thursday, May 30

Ian Dunn (Columbia University and DOE CSGF Fellow)

"Numerically exact electron-phonon dynamics: projecting away
instabilities in the hierarchical equations of motion"

Aug 2

Noah Mandell (Princeton Plasma Physics Lab)

"Electromagnetic gyrokinetic turbulence simulations in the tokamak edge
with discontinuos Galerkin methods"

(Talk will be held in Room 36-462 - RLE - Research Lab of Electronics.)

Dec 6

Acknowledgements

We thank the generous support of MIT IS&T, CSAIL, and the Department of Mathematics for their support of this series.

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