All Seminars take place in room 4412, the department seminars room.
The seminar takes place Mondays, 15:30-17:00.
Next Seminar Presentation:
When: Monday, December 27, 15:30
Where: Room 4412
Speaker: Uri Shaham, Yale University
Title: Deep Learning for Representation Learning
In this talk I will present two deep learning-based algorithms for representation learning.
In the first half of the talk I will present SpectralNet, a deep learning approach for spectral clustering, which is scalable and allows for straight-forward out of sample extension.
In the second half of the talk I will present a deep learning approach for recovery of a single independent component of interest, given another component as a condition.
Uri Shaham holds a Ph.D in Statistics from Yale University, under the supervision of profs. Ronald Coifman, Sahand Negahban and Yuval Kluger. Since his graduation in 2017 he is affiliated with Yale's center for outcome research and evaluation as an assistant professor adjunct. Alongside his academic endeavors, he has also worked for several years in the industry, in various algorithms and machine learning research roles.
All upcoming presentations
The Seminar takes place every other Monday, 10:30-12:00.
Next Seminar Presentation: TBD