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Virtual Town Hall

Closing the Loop: UW ECE at the Forefront of Foundational Change in Data Science

Thursday, September 30, 2021    |   4 – 5 p.m. PDT via Zoom

Continuing upon the tradition of connecting alums, industry partners and friends from around the world to stay informed with UW ECE’s cutting-edge research, Department Chair Eric Klavins invites you to the first town hall of the academic year. The event features faculty and students who are at the forefront of the data revolution, machine learning and artificial intelligence through the Institute for Foundations of Data Science(IFDS).

Learn how UW ECE interdisciplinary research is advancing the theoretical foundations of data science, aiming to make machine learning processes more robust and fair in dynamic and complex environments. Join us for an exclusive conversation with IFDS Director and Moorthy Family Inspiration Career Development Professor Maryam Fazel, IFDS faculty collaborator and holder of the Dhanani Endowed Faculty Fellowship, Lillian Ratliff, and UW ECE graduate students Omid Sadeghi-Meibodi and Tanner Fiez.

 

 


Meet Our Panelists!

Overview of IFDS and Data Science Fundamentals

Maryam Fazel

IFDS Director and Moorthy Family Inspiration Career Development Professor

 

Lillian Ratliff

IFDS faculty collaborator and holder of the Dhanani Endowed Faculty Fellowship

 

Applications of game theory and data science

Tanner Fiez

UW ECE graduate student

 

Algorithms for sequential decision-making with constraints

Omid Sadeghi-Meibodi

UW ECE graduate student

 


Moderator

Eric Klavins

UW ECE Professor and Chair

Eric Klavins holds adjunct appointments in computer science and engineering and in bioengineering at the UW. He is also the director of the UW Center for Synthetic Biology.

 

Questions? Email: events@ece.uw.edu