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Learning in deep neural networks

Learning in deep neural networks

Tutorial series in computational topics for brain and cognitive sciences

Added 1 month ago | 01:26:25 | 430 views

Taught by Phillip Isola Exercises and references posted here: https://stellar.mit.edu/S/project/bcs-comp-tut/ Thanks to BCS seminar committee and postdoc committee (especially Evan Remington) for help with organizing and funding...

2015 Symposium-Introduction/Lecture 1-Mike Stratton

2015 Symposium-Introduction/Lecture...

Koch Institute Summer Symposium 2015

Added 1 month ago | 00:39:25 | 131 views

Opening Remarks-Tyler Jacks Overview- Michael Hemann Session 1 Moderator -Jacqueline Lees Mike Stratton-“Signatures of Mutational Processes in Human Cancer”

Learning in recurrent neural networks

Learning in recurrent neural networks

Tutorial series in computational topics for brain and cognitive sciences

Added 1 month ago | 01:16:39 | 355 views

Taught by Larry Abbott Exercises and references posted here: https://stellar.mit.edu/S/project/bcs-comp-tut/ Thanks to BCS seminar committee and postdoc committee (especially Evan Remington) for help with organizing and funding....

Bayesian methods, brain and cognitive perspectives

Bayesian methods, brain and cogniti...

Tutorial series in computational topics for brain and cognitive sciences

Added 1 month ago | 01:15:30 | 310 views

Taught by: Josh Tenenbaum and Mehrdad Jazayeri Exercises and references posted here: https://stellar.mit.edu/S/project/bcs-comp-tut/ Exercises by Sam Gershman, Evan Remington and Emily Mackevicius. Video editing by Avery Morris. Tha...

Futurewear Fair: Enabling the Fabric Revolution

Futurewear Fair: Enabling the Fabri...

RLE

Added 1 month ago | 00:12:56 | 270 views

RLE Director and Professor Yoel Fink presents "Enabling the Fabric Revolution" at the Futurewear Fair in Winston Salem, North Carolina on March 20, 2012 (Note: the first 10 minutes of this talk have been deliberately cut from the video.)

New Horizons: Are we there yet?

New Horizons: Are we there yet?

EAPS

Added 2 months ago | 00:04:32 | 518 views

MIT Professor of Planetary Sciences Richard Binzel is one of the world’s leading scientists in the study of asteroids and Pluto. As a New Horizons co-investigator Binzel has spent the best part of two decades preparing for this **summe...

Meet an EAPS Undergraduate: Molly

Meet an EAPS Undergraduate: Molly

EAPS

Added 2 months ago | 00:04:54 | 455 views

For her senior project, Molly Kosiarek (XII '15) helped build and automate a telescope system she named the Small AUtonomous Robotic Optical Nightwatcher or SAURON - after the ever-present eye-in-the-sky from Tolkien's Lord of the Rings ...

Introducing Sedimentologist Kristin Bergmann

Introducing Sedimentologist Kristin...

EAPS

Added 2 months ago | 00:05:30 | 326 views

Kristin Bergmann's multi-disciplinary research – sedimentology and stratigraphy, stable isotope geochemistry of carbonates including clumped isotope thermometry, and geobiology - focuses on reconstructing the record of environmental chan...

Steepest entropy ascent principle unifies far-nonequilibrium dynamical theories

Steepest entropy ascent principle u...

beretta

Added 2 months ago | 00:33:23 | 266 views

Opening Keynote Lecture by Gian Paolo Beretta at the 13th Joint European Conference on Thermodynamics, JETC2105, Nancy, France, on May 20, 2015. Title of the talk: Steepest entropy ascent principle unifies far-nonequilibrium dynamical th...

Dr. Yoav Lahini, 2012–15 Pappalardo Fellow  (Experimental Soft Condensed Matter & Biophysics)  "Towards Optical Measurements of Virus Self-Assembly: How Does a Virus Grow?"

Dr. Yoav Lahini, 2012–15 Pappalardo...

The 14th Annual Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics Symposium - Friday, May 8, 2015

Added 2 months ago | 00:29:49 | 194 views

"Towards Optical Measurements of Virus Self-Assembly: How Does a Virus Grow?" Viruses are among Nature’s most dangerous parasites, sometimes overwhelming their host simply by how rapidly they replicate. Some viruses are also surprisingl...

Dr. Taritree Wongjirad, 2014-17 Fellow, Experimental Nuclear & Particle Physics. "Searching for Neutrino-less Double Beta Decay Using Quantum Dot Nanoparticles"

Dr. Taritree Wongjirad, 2014-17 Fel...

The 14th Annual Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics Symposium - Friday, May 8, 2015

Added 2 months ago | 00:27:52 | 179 views

"Searching for Neutrino-less Double Beta Decay Using Quantum Dot Nanoparticles" There is currently much interest in the neutrino community to look for a yet-unobserved nuclear decay process known as neutrino-less double beta decay. T...

Dr. Meng Su, 2012-15 Fellow, Theoretical Astrophysics. "From Space to the Tibet Plateau: Probing the Mystery of the Universe in Gamma Ray and Microwave"

Dr. Meng Su, 2012-15 Fellow, Theore...

The 14th Annual Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics Symposium - Friday, May 8, 2015

Added 2 months ago | 00:30:57 | 146 views

"From Space to the Tibet Plateau: Probing the Mystery of the Universe in Gamma Ray and Microwave" Space gamma-ray astronomy was born here at MIT more than a half-century ago. A few gamma-ray satellites have operated since then–in parti...

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