
Liming Feng, IESE: http://web.engr.illinois.edu/~fenglm/
From Shannon’s Sampling to Optimal Stopping in Finance
The WhittakerShannonKotel′nikov sampling theorem and the PaleyWiener theorem state that an entire function of exponential type (bandlimited function) can be reconstructed exactly from its values at discrete sampling points through the cardinal series. For functions that are analytic in a horizontal strip, the [...]
After a long hiatus, we are again soliciting proposals to the small grants (aware awards around $5K) program of the Initiative for Mathematical Sciences and Engineering (IMSE). This solicitation is open to teams of University of Illinois faculty researchers which include at least one member of an engineering department (all CoE departments qualify) and one [...]
Our seminar will be in CSL 141.
Recovery of single molecule folding landscapes from univariate time series Andrew L. Ferguson, Materials Science and Engineering, UIUC
The stable conformations and structural fluctuations of biomolecules and polymers are governed by the underlying molecular free energy surface (FES). We have previously developed nonlinear machine learning tools to synthesize [...]
We meet in Grainger Library, room 329. Georgios Fellouris, Statistics, will be talking on Adaptive and Scalable Sequential Detection Rules.
Abstract: In this talk, I will discuss the problem of signal detection when observations are sequentially acquired from a “large” number of sources and the (unknown) subset of sources in which signal is present is “small”. I will [...]
Fall semester in full swing, we resume our lunchtime seminar series.
The first meeting of the seminar is, as usual, in Grainger Library, room 335.
We start the semester with talks by Bruce Reznick, Math, talking on Nonnegative polynomials and sums of squares in theory and (theoretically) in practice, We will talk about real polynomials [...]
IMSE is soliciting proposals to our small grants program. This solicitation is open to teams of University of Illinois faculty researchers which include at least one member of an engineering department and one member of the Department of Mathematics. Priority for funding will be given to projects with high expectation of leading to significant external [...]
An IMSE Tea will be held on Tuesday, June 11, from 34 pm in the Mathematics Common Room, 321 Altgeld Hall. IMSE Teas give an opportunity for engineers and mathematicians on our campus to continue to get better acquainted in an informal setting; there will be no formal program. The Mathematics Common Room has ample blackboard space to support spontaneous discussion. Please [...]
Congratulations to the following recipients that have been awarded funding by IMSE for their proposals!
Jozsef Balog and Kaustubh Bhalerao for “Graph theoretic and experimental investigation of network resilience: Towards bioengineered ecosystems”
Grace Gao and Richard Gorvett for “Risk Models for Autonomous Vehicle Systems”
Yuliy Baryshnikov and Naira Hovakimyan for “Trajectory Generation using Pythagorean Hodograph [...]
IMSE announces our inaugural IMSE Tea, to be held on Wednesday, May 8, 34pm in Room 335 of the Grainger Library. Please join us to hear more about IMSE activities and so engineers and mathematicians on our campus can continue to get better acquainted. There will be a brief presentation about grant opportunities of interest [...]
IMSE is soliciting proposals to our small grants program. This solicitation is open to teams of University of Illinois faculty researchers which include at least one member of an engineering department and one member of the Department of Mathematics. Priority for funding will be given to projects with high expectation of leading to significant external [...]

