Murray and Adylin Rosenblatt Endowed Lecture Series in Applied Mathematics
2017 lectures at
UC San Diego, October 20, 3pm-6.30pm.
In 2017, the two lectures in this series will be as follows.
Professor Tamar Schlick, New York University.
Adventures in folding RNA and DNA: from graph theory to multiscale computations.
Friday, October 20, 3-4pm, Robinson Auditorium.
Professor David Donoho, Stanford University.
Estimation of large covariance matrices in light of the spiked covariance model. For an abstract, click here.
Friday, October 20, 4.15-5.15pm, Robinson Auditorium.
The talks will be followed by light refreshments.
To attend the lectures, registration is required.
Registration is free and is open to researchers who have an interest in the topic of the lectures and are affiliated with Universities or industrial or government institutions.
This includes current postdocs and graduate students.
To register to attend the lectures (one or both),
please click here and complete the simple web registration form.
HISTORY OF THE SERIES
In 2016, the Mathematics Department at UC San Diego launched the Murray and Adylin Rosenblatt Endowed Lecture Series in Applied Mathematics. The aim of the series is to highlight mathematics and statistics in areas of application. The series features high profile scholars in a range of fields. Each year the series will feature 2-3 speakers delivering lectures in their areas of research, accessible to a fairly broad audience including faculty and graduate students from mathematics and statistics, science, engineering, and economics.
For information about last year's 2016 Inaugural Lectures, click
The lectures are sponsored by the
UC San Diego Mathematics Department and the Office of the Dean of Physical Sciences at UC San Diego.
CAMPUS MAP AND PARKING
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The closest parking structures to Robinson Auditorium
are Pangea and Hopkins. Those without a UCSD parking permit will need to pay for parking at a parking structure paystation.
Questions can be directed to lafoley at ucsd dot edu.