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Cognition & Control Seminar Series

C3 Guest Speaker Series

(many lectures are missing - we stopped attempting to keep this up to date!)

2014:

  • May 27  Benjamin Biegel, Aalborg University, Denmark. The Danish Smart Grid Model – Integrating 100% Renewables

  • May 14  Hui (Helen) Li, FAMU-FSU, Tallahassee. Advanced Medium-Voltage Bidirectional DC-DC Conversion Systems for Future Electric Energy Delivery and Management System

  • Jan 14  Maxim Raginsky, University of Illinois. pre-C3 tutorial: Concentration of Measure Inequalities in Information Theory, Communications and Coding


2013:

  • January 25  Ari Arapostathis, University of Texas at Austin. Time Asymptotics of a Class of Mean-Field Equations.

  • January 17  Gareth Roberts, University of Warwick. Retrospective Simulation.  

  • January 11  Venu Veeravalli, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Data-Efficient Quickest Change Detection.  

 

2012:

  • December 5  Ana Busic, INRIA Rocquencourt. Stability in Dynamic Bipartite Matching Models. 
  • November 16  Peter Veerman, Portland State University. Control of Transients in Large Newtonian Networks.  
  • November 2  Prashant MehtaUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Recent Advances in Nonlinear Filtering with Applications to Neuroscience.  
  • October 26  Mardavij Roozebehani, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Efficiency-Risk Tradeoffs in Dynamic Oligopoly Markets.  
  • October 12  Dayu Huang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Hypothesis Testing with Sparse Samples.  

  • October 11  Paul De Martini, Newport Consulting Group. Pricing Mechanisms for Customer Integration with Grid Operators

  • April 5  Arman C. Kizilkale, McGill University. Volatility and Effeciency in Power Markets. 

  • March 2  Kenneth Duffy, Hamilton Institute, National University of Ireland. Decentralized Constraint Satisfaction. 

  • February 24  Peter Caines, McGill University. Recent Developments in Mean Field Control.  

 

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