22 November 2021 to 23 November 2021
Women are underrepresented in data science. This is even more true when focusing on the interface between mathematics and deep learning. This workshop aims to showcase some of the amazing work that women are doing in the mathematical foundation of deep learning, encouraging early career women in mathematical data science and inspiring them to consider a career in this exciting area of mathematics. This event is also meant as an opportunity for networking, for exchanging experiences and providing advice.
The workshop will feature a combination between long tutorial-like talks by prominent women in deep learning, short talks combined with posters by early career women and a panel discussion.
Andrea Bertozzi, UCLA https://www.math.ucla.edu/~bertozzi/
Ingrid Daubechies, Duke https://scholars.duke.edu/person/ingrid.daubechies
Stefanie Jegelka, MIT https://people.csail.mit.edu/stefje/
Gitta Kutyniok, LMU https://www.ai.math.uni-muenchen.de/members/professor/kutyniok/index.html
Caroline Uhler, MIT https://www.carolineuhler.com
Rachel Ward, UT Austin, https://www.oden.utexas.edu/people/1143/
Marinka Zitnik, Harvard https://zitniklab.hms.harvard.edu
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all non-UK based applicants should attend this event virtually.
The Registration Package includes admission to all seminars, lunches and refreshments on the days that lectures take place, wine reception and formal dinner, but does not include other meals or accommodation. Formal Dinner Only
Participants on the Accommodation Package or Registration Package, including organisers and speakers, are automatically included in this event. For all remaining participants who would like to attend, such as programme participants, the above charge will apply.
Unfortunately we do not have any accommodation to offer so all successful applicants will need to source their own accommodation.
Please see the Hotels Combined website for a list of local hotels and guesthouses.
Lunch Lunch timings and location will be confirmed with timetable.
Evening Meal Participants are free to make their own arrangements for dinner.
Formal Dinner The Formal Dinner location and date is to be confirmed.
Participants on the Accommodation Package or Registration Package, including organisers and speakers, are automatically included in this event
|Monday 22nd November 2021|
|11:00 to 12:00||No Room Required|
|12:00 to 12:10||
Christie Marr Isaac Newton Institute
|12:10 to 12:30||Room 1|
|12:30 to 13:30||No Room Required|
|13:30 to 14:30||
Rachel Ward University of Texas at Austin
|14:30 to 15:30||
Ingrid Daubechies Duke University
|15:30 to 16:00||No Room Required|
|16:00 to 17:00||
Chair: Christie Marr
|No Room Required|
|17:00 to 18:00||No Room Required|
|19:30 to 22:00||No Room Required|
|Tuesday 23rd November 2021|
|09:30 to 10:30||
Gitta Kutyniok Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
|10:30 to 11:00||No Room Required|
|11:00 to 12:00||
Chair: Gitta Kutyniok, Moderator : Hankui Peng
|12:00 to 13:00||
Stefanie Jegelka Massachusetts Institute of Technology
|13:00 to 13:30||No Room Required|
|13:30 to 14:00||Discussion Room|
|14:00 to 15:00||
Marinka Zitnik Harvard University
|15:00 to 16:00||
Caroline Uhler Massachusetts Institute of Technology
|16:00 to 16:30||No Room Required|
|16:30 to 17:30||
Andrea Bertozzi University of California, Los Angeles
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