Duke Computing Roundtable is aimed to provide an opportunity for colleagues, researchers, and graduate students across campus whose research intersects computation to highlight their work, exchange ideas, and most importantly, interact and collaborate. There will be ample Q&A and discussion time as well as social gatherings. You are cordially invited to come meet, talk and connect with old and new colleagues and friends (on Zoom).
December 10th and 11th
ONLINE – registration is free
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Computational statistical mechanics in the Charbonneau group: recent advances on the RLG and microphase forming models
Scientific Discovery With Computational Fracture Mechanics
Uncertainty quantification on constrained spaces
Development and Applications of Massively Parallel Models of Human Hemodynamics
Two Topics in Interpretable ML: (1) Dimension Reduction using PaCMAP and (2) Disentanglement of Deep Neural Networks through Concept Whitening
(Duke Radiation Oncology)
Advances and applications of deep learning in image-guided radiation therapy
Quantum many-body simulations at mean field cost: How far can density functional theory go?
more details coming soon…