News and Announcements

Dr. Hsieh's research is in machine learning and optimization.
GGAM member Prof. John Hunter (Mathematics) will give the GGAM Spring Colloquium.
The GGAM Mini-Conference, our annual day-long event, took place on Saturday, February 20.
Dr. Doty's research interests are in theoretical computer science and mathematical models of computation by physical and chemical systems.
​Dr. Sharpnack works at the intersection of machine learning and statistics, and has studied signal processing under heterogeneity assumptions such as graph structure and heteroscedasticity.
A long list of courses offered on campus in the Winter quarter that have been recommended by GGAM faculty for Applied Math graduate students.
His research interests are in ​machine learning, computational imaging, and high-dimensional statistics.

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  • Swimming in viscoelastic fluids

    Swimming in viscoelastic fluids

    GGAM member Prof. Bob Guy explains about his research with GGAM member Prof. Becca Thomases at the GGAM miniconference 2016

  • GGAM miniconference 2016

    GGAM miniconference 2016

    Members of the Applied Math graduate student community at the GGAM miniconference 2016 reception

  • Extreme Functions

    Extreme Functions

    GGAM member Prof. Matthias Köppe and Applied Math Ph.D. student Yuan Zhou investigate the infinite-dimensional Gomory–Johnson relaxation of mixed-integer optimization problems

  • The Perfect Wave

    The Perfect Wave

    Read more about Professor Steve Shkoller's favorite waves in his research essay "The Perfect Wave"

  • Theoretical Ecology

    Theoretical Ecology

    GGAM member Prof. Alan Hastings in collaboration with Brett Melbourne uses experiments with beetles and stochastic models to study the effect of global change

  • Relativistic Shockwaves

    Relativistic Shockwaves

    Read about work by GGAM member Prof. Blake Temple and 2011 Applied Math Ph.D. graduate Moritz Reintjes on relativistic shockwaves

Upcoming Seminars

Mon, May 2, 4:10PM - MSB 1147
Disc. Math : Angela Hicks, Stanford Univ.
A Random Walk on the Heisenberg Group

Tue, May 3, 1:10PM - MSB 2112
Geometry : Dorothy Buck, Imperial College London
Band Surgeries and Crossing Changes between Fibered Links

Wed, May 4, 11:10AM - MSB 2112
Student App/Math : Ben Schiffman, UC Davis Mathematics
Ramified Optimal Transport and Landscape Functions

Thu, May 5, 3:10PM - MSB 2112
String Theory : Chi-Ming Chang, Berkeley Center for Theoretical Physics, UC Berkeley

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