CCM Seminar / Group meeting (formerly Numerical Analysis seminar)

Our seminar focuses on efficient computational methods for numerical problems, mostly phrased in a mathematical language, arising in areas of science throughout the Institute and beyond. Topics include signal processing and data analysis (neural spike sorting, cryo-EM, imaging); computational statistics (Bayesian, MCMC, variational, robust inference, microbiome); deep learning (equivariant networks); PDEs (fluid flow, wave scattering), integral equations, spectral methods, fast algorithms (i.e., close to optimal complexity); software libraries and programming. We discuss research topics as well as review classical topics in numerical analysis and statistics.

As of Fall 2020, the new time is 10am-11:30am on Wednesdays, unless as announced. We (used to) meet in person at CCM in the 3rd-floor classroom (unless otherwise announced; sometimes round-table meetings are in 4th-floor conference room). Since 3/25/20 we meet on zoom. All from Flatiron are welcome, and guests from outside must arrange a visitor's pass.

Other events of interest are also listed in [square brackets].

This page is maintained by Alex Barnett but may be edited in raw HTML from any cluster account. External potential speakers should please contact someone at CCM working in a relevant research area. Cindy Rampersad-Phillips can help CCM staff with booking and speaker logistics.


We have moved to Indico for this seminar, as of 2021. Here are the other CCM seminar and meetings Indico pages.

Prior years (2020 and the "before times"...)