Search for tag: "applied mathematics"

MAE 4710/5710 Applied Dynamics

Zoom Recording ID: 200816800 UUID: etSd5FuhQ+C7ceft0eLXCg== Meeting Time: 2020-05-01T15:41:26Z

From  Andy Ruina 7 plays

Mathmatical Modeling of COVID II

From  Dave Frank 68 plays

Mathmatical Modeling Infectious Disease I

We will go through infectious disease modeling basics such as SIR models, Reproduction Ratio and Herd Immunity and examples of several models. On two subsequent Fridays, lectures will focus on…

From  Dave Frank 226 plays

DFT: Many Body Problems (Lecture 1.2)

2018 PARADIM SUMMER SCHOOL Lecture 1.2 Many body Problem

From  James Overhiser 545 plays

08. Dorothea Walzer, Marx as Model & Question

From  jrp354 33 plays

McQueen-PerspectivesTopologicalMaterials

From  James Overhiser 54 plays

Privacy-Protecting Smart Contracts at Scale -- Noah Johnson

From  Steven Gallow 123 plays

Trusted Hardware and Blockchain Alchemy -- Professor Ari Juels

From  Steven Gallow 32 plays

CS2110-FA17-26 Session 26

2017-11-22 00:00:00+00

From  mjp337@cornell.edu 117 plays

28 - Inner product spaces and function approximation Session 28

2009-03-30 09:08:02+00

From  mjp337@cornell.edu 178 plays

38 - Diagonalization Review and Symmetrical Matrices Session 38

2009-04-22 09:08:02+00

From  mjp337@cornell.edu 37 plays

09 - Discussion and Q&A for Kevin Ochsner's Talk

Discussion: The Relationship between Emotion Regulation and Choice

From  Marshall Perryman 14 plays

Cornell Cup USA - Systems Engineering at NASA

From  E. Cornelius 3 plays

ORIE Colloquium on 4/7/2015 - William Thomas: Why Post-World War II OR Theory Developed So Rapidly

The fifteen years following World War II saw the development of a wide range of theories of decision making and resource allocation. Notable fields arising from slim foundations included: sequential…

From  E. Cornelius 3 plays

ORIE Colloquium on 2/18/2015 - Mariana Olvera-Cravioto: Queues in the Cloud: Generalizing the single server queue to massively parallel networks

Motivated by today’s cloud computing capabilities in large server farms, we present a queueing model where jobs are split into a number of pieces which are then randomly routed to…

From  E. Cornelius 2 plays

CAM Colloquium - Ioannis Papastathopoulos: High-dimensional inference for multivariate extremes

Natural hazards such as floods, heatwaves and windstorms can cause havoc for the people affected and typically result in huge financial losses. Drug-induced liver injury is a major public health and…

From  E. Cornelius 6 plays