COMPUTATIONAL RESEARCH in BOSTON and BEYOND (CRIBB)
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Organizers : 2022
|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 : 2022
Meetings will be held virtually via ZOOM on the first Friday of the month from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM. Upcoming talks are listed below:
https://mit.zoom.us/j/96155042770 | Meeting ID: 961 5504 2770
Justin Finkel (University of Chicago)
"Short weather forecasts inform long-term climatology of sudden stratospheric warming"
Paul Zhang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
"Local Decomposition of Hexahedral Singular Nodes into Singular Curves"
Madelyn Cain (Harvard University)
"Quantum Optimization of Maximum Independent Set using Rydberg Atom Arrays"
Dipti Jasrasaria (University of California,Berkeley)
"Interplay of Surface and Interior Modes in Exciton-Phonon Coupling at the Nanoscale"
Baolin Li (Northeastern University)
"Leveraging Heterogeneous Hardware Resources for Efficient Machine Learning Inference Service"
Christiane Adcock (Stanford)
"Hybrid Modeling for Energy System Simulation and Control"
Kyle Ravi Lennon (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
"Math, Methods, and Models for Data-Driven Rheology"
Cristina Martin-Linares (The Johns Hopkins University)
Physics-assisted Machine-learning Models in Fluid Mechanics and Agent-based Systems
We thank the generous support of MIT IS&T, CSAIL, and the Department of Mathematics for their support of this series.