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Jürgen Kurths

Renowned German mathematical physicist Jürgen Kurths is the current Sydney Chapman Endowed Chair of Physical Sciences. He developed this schedule with an eye to interdisciplinary research and hopes that mathematicians, biologists, climate scientists, geoscientists, and scientists from many other disciplines will attend. The seminars are open to all levels from undergraduates to faculty.

Chapman Chair Schedule of Seminars
Spring 2019

“COMPLEX SYSTEMS MEET MACHINE LEARNING: FROM BASICS TO REAL APPLICATIONS”

Tuesday, May 28

  • Integrating methods of network science, dynamical systems, and machine learning for data analysis
    Dr. Nishant Malik

    Time: 1:30-2:30
    Elvey Auditorium
  • Discussion and coffee
    Time: 2:30-3:00
    Globe Room
  • Data based modeling and prediction of complex spatio-temporal time series in cardiac dynamics and beyond
    Dr. Ulrich Parlitz

    Time: 3:00-4:00
    Elvey Auditorium
  • Reception/Discussion
    Time: 4:00-5:30
    Globe Room

Wednesday, May 29

  • Individual/Group Discussions
    Time: All day

Thursday, May 30

  • Delay Differential Analysis of Epileptic Seizures
    Dr. Claudia Lainscsek

    Time: 1:30-2:30
    Elvey Auditorium
  • Discussion and coffee
    Time: 2:30-3:00
    Globe Room
  • An introduction to bayesian spatio-temporal methods
    Dr. Scott Goddard

    Time: 3:00-4:00
    Elvey Auditorium
  • Complex networks reveal global pattern of extreme-rainfall teleconnections
    Dr. Jürgen Kurths
    Time: 4:00-4:30
    Elvey Auditorium
  • Pizza
    Time: 4:30-6:00
    Globe Room

Friday, May 31

  • Individual/Group Discussions
    Time: All day

More information on the guest speakers and talks

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Invitational Talk: Integrating methods of network science, dynamical systems, and machine learning for data analysis

Description:  This talk presents novel methods for data analysis which combine three powerful mathematical techniques namely, network science, dynamical systems, and machine learning

When:  Tuesday, May 28 |  Time:  1:30-2:30

About Nishant Malik

Dr. Nishant Malik
School of Mathematical Sciences Rochester Institute of Technology

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Invitational Talk: Data based modeling and prediction of complex spatio-temporal time series in cardiac dynamics and beyond

Description:  This talk presents new tools for modeling and predicting the complex dynamics of cardiac arrhythmias

When:  Tuesday, May 28  |  Time:  3:00-4:00

About Ulrich Parlitz

Dr. Ulrich Parlitz
Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization

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Invitational Talk: Delay Differential Analysis of Epileptic Seizures

Description:  In this talk a novel nonlinear signal processing technique, Delay Differential Analysis, will be introduced and applied to data of epileptic seizures.

When:  Thursday, May 30th  |  Time:  1:30-2:30

Claudia Lainscsek

Dr. Claudia Lainscsek
Salk Institute for Biological Studies

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Invitational Talk: An introduction to Bayesian spatio-temporal methods

This talk will be presented by UAF’s own Scott Goddard, Assistant Professor of Statistics

When:  Thursday, May 30 |  Time:  3:00-4:00

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