Research Videos

2017

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Blending Mathematical Models with Data: Andrew Stuart Shares Real-World Examples - Andrew Stuart 03/01/17


2016

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Building and Controlling Complex Interconnected Systems - Nikolai Matni 05/05/16


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The Best Teacher I Never Had - A video tribute from Bill Gates to Richard Feynman 01/26/16


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Paul Rudd vs Stephen Hawking in a game of Quantum Chess 01/26/16


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IQIM Presents: Greater Than Its Parts 01/26/16


2014

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Data Centers and Energy: Did we get it backwards? - Adam Wierman 10/7/14


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Relative Entropy Relaxations for Signomial Optimization - Venkat Chandrasekaran 9/29/14


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Realtime video from the DARPA Grand Challenge '07 - Richard Murray 9/29/14


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Approaches to Bounding the Exponent of Matrix Multiplication - Chris Umans 9/19/14


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IFAC 2014 - Specification, Verification and Synthesis of Networked Control Systems - Richard Murray 9/18/14


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A Polynomial-time Algorithm for Finding Ground States of Gapped Local Hamiltonians in 1D - Thomas Vidick 5/1/14


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Visipedia – A distributed visual system composed of machines and people - Pietro Perona 2/26/14


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User-Friendly Tools for Studying Random Matrices - Joel Tropp 2/15/14


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The Quantum PCP Theorem - Thomas Vidick 1/24/14


2013

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Tutorial on Differential Privacy - Katrina Ligett 12/17/13


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University of Waterloo, ISS4E Seminar - Steven Low 12/1/13


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Quantum Information - John Preskill 12/1/13


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Filters and other potions for early vision and recognition - Pietro Perona 11/22/13


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Computational and Statistical Tradeoffs via Convex Relaxation - Venkat Chandrasekaran 9/27/13


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Quantum Computing and the Entanglement Frontier - John Preskill 9/27/13


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User-Friendly Tools for Random Matrices II - Joel Tropp 9/10/13


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User-Friendly Tools for Random Matrices I - Joel Tropp 9/9/13


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Quantum Computing & the Entanglement - John Preskill 9/3/13


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A geometric theory of phase transitions in convex optimization - Joel Tropp 7/25/13


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Digital Geometry Processing with Discrete Exterior Calculus - Part IV - Mathieu Desbrun 7/21/13


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Globally Optimal Direction Fields - Keenan Crane 7/21/13


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Robust Fairing via Conformal Curvature Flow - Keenan Crane 7/21/13


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Digital Geometry Processing with Discrete Exterior Calculus - Part I - Peter Schröder 7/21/13


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Digital Geometry Processing with Discrete Exterior Calculus - Part II - Keenan Crane 7/21/13


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Digital Geometry Processing with Discrete Exterior Calculus - Part III - Fernando de Goes 7/21/13


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Congestion and Competition in the Cloud - Adam Wierman 2/28/13


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Human Prosthetics for Paralysis: Joel Burdick at TEDxCaltech - Joel Burdick 2/22/13


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NIPS 2012 Tutorial - Joel Tropp 2/15/13


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Mechanism Design: New Challenges - John Ledyard 2/7/13


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UWEE Research Colloquium - Babak Hassibi 1/29/13


Alumni Vignette
Katherine Breeden
BS in CS, 2008
Graduate student at Stanford
David Wei

While an undergraduate in the computer science department, Katherine Breeden ('08) focused her attention on computer graphics. During the summers, she participated in SURFs at JPL's image processing laboratory and UCSD. After graduation, she took a gap year during which she traveled and served as an assistant coach for Caltech's cross-country running team. She's now a second year PhD student at Stanford University, where she is a member of a research group active in such diverse areas as scene modeling, GPU pipeline research, and domain-specific language design. She has most recently been investigating the usefulness of applied geometric algebras in computer science.

Department of Computing + Mathematical Sciences