Nov 30, 2015 : Tutorial on Probabilistic Methods for Large Data AnalysisSpeaker: Prof. Eli Upfal, Dept. of Computer Science, Brown University
Dates: Nov 30, Dec 1, 2, 3, 7 (2015).
Time: 11AM - 12PM. (Tea and snacks from 10.45AM.)
Venue: Studio 1 (3rd floor), ICSR building, IIT Madras. (See map, its near Gajendra Circle.)
Speaker Bio: Eli Upfal is a professor of computer science at Brown University,
during 2002-2007 he was also the department chair. Before coming to
Brown in 1998 he was a researcher and project manager at the IBM Almaden
Research Center in California, and a professor of applied mathematics
and computer science at the Weizmann Institute in Israel. He received an
undergraduate degree in mathematics and statistics and a doctorate
degree in computer science from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem,
Israel. Eli Upfal is a fellow of the ACM and IEEE. He is a co-author of a
widely used textbook titled “Probability and Computing: Randomized
Algorithms and Probabilistic Analysis.”
This tutorial is organized by Dept. of Computer Sci. & Engg., IIT Madras.
For details, contact John Augustine (Email: lastname at iitm dot ac dot in)