The research groups at WID are uniquely positioned to cut across dozens of departments and spotlight ideas that can lead to new collaborations and transformative science. WID seminar series expand WID’s reach, pulling in audiences for excellent speakers from campus and beyond.
qBIOqBio Seminars are sponsored by the Systems Biology Theme in the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery and feature speakers who pursue quantitative biology, broadly encompassing experimental, computational, statistical and theoretical approaches to gain insights into the behavior of living systems.
SILOWelcome to the Systems, Information, Learning and Optimization (SILO) research group at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. SILO aims to build a community of mathematically-minded researchers interested in computational and mathematical sciences.
WID-DOWSince optimization spans every discipline, the subject of each WID-DOW seminar may include such diverse topics as optimizing traffic flow or power storage or improving a bioenergy source. The WID-DOW seminar speakers are UW faculty and visiting professors that discuss an optimization application or how optimization impacts their research.