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Wednesday Seminar recordings

Wednesday Seminar 2021/2022

2022-06-08 – Computational Inverse Design of Deployable Structures

Professor Mark Pauly - Geometric Computing Laboratory, EPFL Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne

2022-06-01 – Balanced Allocations: The Power of Choice versus Noise

Dr Thomas Sauerwald - Department of Computer Science and Technology

2022-05-25 – AI Hardware and Real-World AI

Andrew Fitzgibbon - Distinguished Engineer, Graphcore

2022-05-04 – Safe and accurate satellite navigation with non-Gaussian models

Dr Ian Sheret - Polymath Insight Limited

2022-03-09 – Graph Neural Networks through the lens of algebraic topology, differential geometry, and PDEs

Professor Michael Bronstein - Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford

2022-03-02 – Intelligent Systems of the People, by the People, for the People

Xiaofan (Fred) Jiang - Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering, Columbia University

2022-02-23 – AI x Mathematics

Dr Alex Davies - DeepMind and Dr Petar Veličković - DeepMind / University of Cambridge

2022-02-02 – Improving Quality of Experience for Video Users in Cellular Networks

Professor Cormac J. Sreenan - Professor of Computer Science at University College Cork

2022-01-26 – The Quarks of Attention

Professor Pierre Baldi - Distinguished Professor, Department of Computer Science Director, Institute for Genomics and Bioinformatics Associate Director, Center for Machine Learning and Intelligent Systems, University of California, Irvine

2021-11-03 – Self-Organization of Lifelike Behaviors

Dr Jeremy England - Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Physics

2021-10-27 – Remote sensing and computer vision – just analysis of images from different sensors?

Professor Clement Atzberger - BOKU University, Austria & Mantle Labs Ltd., UK

2021-10-20 – CO2 Monitoring in the Department

Ian Lewis - Department of Computer Science and Technology, University of Cambridge

Total duration: 11:14:32