Events

1/29: Graduate student Q&A with Twitter data scientist Julie Hollek
1/29: Graduate student Q&A with Twitter data scientist Julie Hollek

Julie Hollek, an MSU alumni, data scientist at Twitter, and SciPy developer, will be visiting campus this coming Monday (Jan. 29) to give a talk to the MSU Data Science student group.

12/1: CMSE Faculty Arjun Krishnan speaking at MSU Semniar Series Science at the Edge
12/1: CMSE Faculty Arjun Krishnan speaking at MSU Semniar Series Science at the Edge

Congrats to CMSE faculty member Arjun Krishnan on presenting at this high profile seminar!

11/3: Special Seminar by Dimitri Kusnezov - "Computational Modeling in Physics"
11/3: Special Seminar by Dimitri Kusnezov - "Computational Modeling in Physics"

Dimitri Kusnezov,of the NNSA, will be giving a seminar related to exascale. The seminar is Friday, November 3, 2017 at 2:30 PM in 1200 Lecture Hall, NSCL.

Fall 2017/Spring 2018 RAIND Seminar Series
Fall 2017/Spring 2018 RAIND Seminar Series

Seminar series for Research in Autism, Intellectual and other Neurodevelopmentl Disabilities (RAIND) presents "A Brown Bag with Arjun Krishnan," a CMSE faculty member. Friday, October 13th from 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm in 133F Erickson Hall.

10/13 Interdisciplinary Machine Learning Forum
10/13: Interdisciplinary Machine Learning Forum

The goal of this event is to strengthen interdisciplinary communication on the topic of machine learning by bringing together faculty from diverse parts of campus to meet in an informal setting, so that MSU expertise might be better synchronized for responsiveness to future RFPs.

10/2 H. Levinson: "Imaging from the Inside Out"
10/2 H. Levinson: "Imaging from the Inside Out"

Talk on "Imaging from the Inside Out" by James Van Loo Post-Doctoral Fellow and assistant professor Howard Levinson, from Univ. of Michigan, will be held at 4 p.m. on Monday, 10/2, in 1502/1503 Engineering Building, with light refreshments and conversation at 3:45 in the same room.

Inverse Problems Symposium 2018, June 3-5 at MSU
Inverse Problems Symposium 2018, June 3-5 at MSU

Presentations in all areas having to do with inverse problems are welcome. If you are interested in organizing a session, please let Kirk Dolan know. Important dates are found at the website.

Frontiers in Computing and Data Science 2017
Frontiers in Computing and Data Science 2017

The newly formed CMSE department is excited to announce that registration is open for our third annual Frontiers in Computing and Data Science Workshop on September 17-20, 2017 to kick off intellectual discourse throughout the scientific community. 

9/25 E. Chow: "Iterative Construction and Updating of Incomplete LU Factorizations"
9/25 E. Chow: "Iterative Construction and Updating of Incomplete LU Factorizations"

Talk on "Iterative Construction and Updating of Incomplete LU Factorizations" by associate professor Edmond Chow, from Georgia Tech, will be held at 4 p.m. on Monday, 9/25, in 1502/1503 Engineering Building, with light refreshments and conversation at 3:45 in the same room.

Fall 2017 CMSE Seminar Series
Fall 2017 CMSE Seminar Series

The seminar series will be held at 4 p.m. on Mondays in 1502/1503 Engineering Building, with light refreshments and conversation at 3:45 in the same room.

iCER & CMSE - Research Computing Cowork
iCER & CMSE - Research Computing Cowork

MSU's Institute for Cyber-Enabled Research is coordinating with CMSE to host an event of people from diverse backgrounds to work to share space and ideas.

Summer 2017 | Bioinformatics Workshops at MSU |
Summer 2017 | Bioinformatics Workshops at MSU |

The Department of Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering is offering three week-long bioinformatics workshops in August 2017.

2016 Midwest Optimization Meeting
2016 Midwest Optimization Meeting

Dedicated to the memory of our prominent colleague, Professor Jonathan Michael Borwein. Hosted by the Department of Mathematics at Michigan State University on October 22, 2016 in Wells Hall Room C304. For more information, see the Midwest Optimization Meeting page.

 

Engaging with IARPA
Engaging with IARPA

Tuesday, October 11, 2016
8:30 to 10:00 a.m.
College of Engineering Room 1145

Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) funds advanced research serving national intelligence. IARPA has funded hundreds of research projects in academia, industry, and Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDs), in areas as diverse as machine learning, human judgment, neuroscience, epidemiology, linguistics, cybersecurity, counterproliferation, and high-performance computing.

This talk will summarize what has been learned in the first nine years of IARPA's research, its plans for future research, and potential funding opportunities for the research community. Please read Dr. Matheny’s full bio to learn more about his extensive background.

Registration Link

CMSE 2016 Fall Colloquium Series

The CMSE department is going to run a colloquium series on Mondays from 4-5pm, starting on September 12, 2016. The regular meeting location is the CMSE Conference room.

2016 Frontiers in Computing and Data Science Workshop
2016 Frontiers in Computing and Data Science Workshop

October 3-4, 2016: The Frontiers in Data Science and Computing workshop brings together visionaries, scientists, practitioners and other stakeholders in computational science (broadly defined to include algorithmic aspects of data science and scientific computing).  More information about the workshop can be found here...

Research Computing Co-Work
Research Computing Co-Work

Please CMSE and iCER for the second (of hopefully many) co-work activities revolving around scientific computing and HPC.  Click here for more details...

CMSE 2016 Spring Colloquium Series

The CMSE department is going to run a colloquium series on Mondays from 4-5pm, starting on September 12, 2016. The regular meeting location is the CMSE Conference room.

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Frontiers in Computing and Data Science, a workshop on September 16-17, 2015 to kickoff intellectual discourse throughout MSU.