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Friday, December 07 2018 | Silverman Hall 245A, 3501 Sansom St.; Room 401B, 3401 Walnut St.
Friday, December 7th- Silverman Hall 245A, 3501 Sansom St. Saturday, December 8th- Room 401B, 3401 Walnut St. This workshop is …
Thursday, November 29 2018 | 401B, 3401 Walnut Street
Thursday, November 29th, 2018 4:30 pm in 401B, 3401 Walnut Street Title: Machine Learning: Dynamical, Economic and Stochastic Perspectives Abstract: While there …
Friday, November 02 2018 | Glandt Forum, Singh Center for Nanotechnology
Friday, November 2nd and Saturday, November 3rd, 2018 Glandt Forum, Singh Center for Nanotechnology This workshop, organized by The Warren …
Wednesday, October 17 2018 | Glandt Forum, Singh Center for Nanotechnology
Wednesday, October 17th, 2018 Glandt Forum, Singh Center for Nanotechnology Celebrating Five Years of the Warren Center Reception to follow …
Monday, April 23 2018 | University of Pennsylvania Law School, Silverman Hall
Silverman Room 147, The University of Pennsylvania Law School- Contact: Christopher Yoo & Rakesh Vohra.
Thursday, April 19 2018 | 452C, 3401 Walnut Street
Core concepts of Blockchain and Smart Contract Technologies will be reviewed and characterized as an infrastructure layer over which formally engineered economic systems are possible.
Friday, April 13 2018 | University of Pennsylvania Law School, Silverman Hall
The workshop will bring together representatives from diverse backgrounds to explore best practices and potential regulatory principles for automated financial advice.
Tuesday, March 20 2018 | Glandt Forum, Singh Center for Nanotechnology
More and more of our lives are shaped by algorithms behind the scenes. Join Drs. Aaron Roth, Rakesh Vohra, and Michael Kearns at this Teach-In event to hear more.
Tuesday, February 20 2018 | The Kislak Center, Van Pelt Library, 6th floor
The Kislak Center, Van Pelt Library, 6th floor. RSVP via email to Lily by February 16th- email@example.com
Thursday, January 04 2018 | Glandt Forum, Singh Center for Nanotechnology
Workshop on Trade & Diffusion of Shocks in Networks, Organized by Eduard Talamàs and Rakesh Vohra.
Friday, November 10 2017 | Glandt Forum, Singh Center for Nanotechnology
Resilience, a system’s ability to retain its basic functionality in the presence of errors, failures, and/or environmental changes, is a fundamental property of many complex systems.
Thursday, October 12 2017 | Glandt Forum, Singh Center for Nanotechnology
Machine Learning for Macroeconomic Prediction and Policy Conference, co-Sponsored by the Warren Center for Network and Data Sciences and the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
Thursday, May 18 2017 | ARCH Building Room 208
Themes of interest are centered around scalable methods for high-dimensional dynamic econometrics.
Thursday, April 13 2017 | Caster Hall, Room D26/27
This talk will discuss the emergence of “smartness” as a seemingly necessary mandate by which to speculate upon, and anticipate, negative futures.
Thursday, January 19 2017 | Glandt Forum, Singh Center for Nanotechnology
A large part of our digital infrastructure is designed to automate decision making, and ideally should improve economic efficiency.
Wednesday, November 16 2016 | Glandt Forum, Singh Center for Nanotechnology
The Kislak Center, Van Pelt Library, 6th floor. RSVP via email to Cheryl by October 21st- firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, April 29 2016 | ARCH Building Room 208
The aim of the meeting is to feature presentations by young and established researchers working on the theory and application of Bayesian methods in econometrics and statistics.
Thursday, February 04 2016 | Wu & Chen Auditorium, Room 101 Levine Hall
Machine Learning and Inference methods have become ubiquitous and have had a broad impact on a range of scientific advances and technologies and on our ability to make sense of large amounts of data.
Friday, January 15 2016 | Glandt Forum, Singh Center for Nanotechnology
Workshop on Algebraic and Topological Methods for Biological Networks, organized by Chad Giusti.
Tuesday, December 08 2015 | Wu & Chen Auditorium, 101 Levine Hall
Recent advances in network science have greatly increased our understanding of the structure and function of many networked systems, ranging from transportation networks, to social networks, the internet, ecosystems, and biochemical and gene transcription pathways.
Tuesday, December 01 2015 | Wu & Chen Auditorium, 101 Levine Hall
Classical graph-theoretic measures of network structure are focused on local structure: properties of individual nodes, or on paths between them.
Thursday, November 12 2015 | Wu & Chen Auditorium, 101 Levine Hall
EyeWire is the world’s first game to map the brain. Anyone, anywhere in the world can help reconstruct neurons through an activity similar to a 3D coloring book.
Thursday, November 05 2015 | Glandt Forum, Singh Center for Nanotechnology
In most natural, social, and engineered systems, a set of entities interact with each other in complicated patterns that can encompass multiple types of relationships, change in time, and include other types of complications.
Friday, October 30 2015 | Jon M. Huntsman Hall, Room 340
High Dimensional Methods in Econometrics and Statistics Workshop, organized by Francis DiTraglia and Po-Ling Loh.
Tuesday, October 13 2015 | Glandt Forum, Singh Center for Nanotechnology
The Glandt Forum, Singh Center for Nanotechnology. RSVP via email to Cheryl by October 9th- email@example.com
Tuesday, May 19 2015 | Glandt Forum, Singh Center for Nanotechnology
Workshop on Networks & Systemic Risk, organized by Selman Erol and Rakesh Vohra
Thursday, April 09 2015 | Wu & Chen Auditorium, 101 Levine Hall
Human beings have evolved to detect and react to threats in their physical environment, and have developed perceptual systems to assess physical, sensorial stimuli for current, material risks.
Tuesday, March 03 2015 | Wu & Chen Auditorium, 101 Levine Hall
How can we identify the most influential nodes in a network for initiating diffusion? Are people able to easily identify those people in their communities who are best at spreading information, and if so, how?
Friday, November 21 2014 | Jon M. Huntsman Hall, Room 265
The open-source R statistical programming language is one of the most widely-used tools for data analysis both in academia and the private sector.
Friday, September 26 2014 | Location TBD
The symposium will provide an opportunity for affiliated members of the Warren Center to speak briefly (10 mins) about their …
Thursday, September 18 2014 | Wu & Chen Auditorium, Room 101 Levine Hall
This talk will address fairness in classification, where the goal is to prevent discrimination against protected population subgroups in classification systems while simultaneously preserving utility for the party carrying out the classification.
Tuesday, September 02 2014 | Wu & Chen Auditorium, 101 Levine Hall
In this talk we show how to provide robust guarantees for the performance of many simple auctions even in such complex environments.
Monday, June 16 2014 | David Rittenhouse Laboratory, room A6
With the development of new detectors, telescopes and computational facilities, astrophysics has entered an era of data intensive science.
Friday, April 25 2014 | Annenberg Room 500
Research about attitudes and opinions is central to social science and relies on two common methodological approaches: surveys and interviews.
Friday, February 07 2014 | Kislak Center, Van Pelt Library, 6th floor
The Kislak Center, Van Pelt Library, 6th floor. RSVP via email to Cheryl- firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, October 18 2013 | Harrison Auditorium
The opening of the Center will feature donors Fred and Robin Warren, and Nobel-winning keynote speaker Alvin Roth.