Seminars

SILO

Systems, Information, Learning and Optimization

What: Presentation series on various mathematical topics

When: Wednesdays 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. (September – May)

Where: The Discovery Building, 3rd Floor Teaching Lab

Who: Various presentation speakers and topics

Why: Provides a forum that connects and helps recruit mathematically-minded graduate students

How: A lunch-and-listen format, where speakers present interesting math topics while the audience eats lunch

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WID-DOW

WID — Wisconsin Institute for Discovery

DOW — Doing Optimization at Wisconsin

What: Presentation by UW–Madison faculty or guest speakers that talk about their research and how optimization may interface with their interests

When: Selected Mondays 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m unless otherwise noted. For specific dates, location and times, use the WID-DOW information link below

Where: The Discovery Building, 3rd Floor Teaching Lab (room 3280) unless otherwise noted

Who: UW–Madison faculty or guest speakers

Why:  Provides forum for UW faculty, students and the public to better understand Optimization and its’ diverse applications

How: A lecture format, where a speaker presents his/her optimization related research for 45 – 50 minutes followed by question and answer period

For more information about the WID-DOW seminar series (spring semester)

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More: Archives of past presentations in slide form

 

COPTA

Committee on OPTimization and its Applications

What: Lecture series about optimization or related topics that will help audience understand new optimization opportunities

When: Time may vary with speaker availability (1 hour presentations)

Where: The Discovery building, room TBD

Who: UW–Madison faculty or guest speakers

Why: Provides a forum for optimization presentations and discussions

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