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Upcoming events

The Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences hosts a variety of meetings, seminars, conferences, and other events throughout the year. Read more on these events below. In response to COVID-19, many of these events are now being held virtually via Zoom meetings.

An Event Digest is automatically emailed to all Oden Institute members each week to remind everyone of upcoming speakers and events. If you wish to subscribe to the Events Digest, please email Charlott Low.

17 upcoming events

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Neuro-Symbolic Learning, Reasoning, and Knowledge Transfer

Oden Institute Seminar

Neuro-Symbolic Learning, Reasoning, and Knowledge Transfer

Alvaro Velasquez , Program Manager, Innovation Information Office (I2O), Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

2PM – 3PM, Thursday Oct 6, 2022

POB 4.304

Chance-Constrained Path Integral Control in Continuous Time

Oden Institute Seminar

Chance-Constrained Path Integral Control in Continuous Time

Takashi Tanaka , Assistant Professor, ASE/EM Department, Oden Institute, UT Austin

3:30PM – 5PM, Thursday Oct 6, 2022

POB 6.304 & Zoom

Stochastic Optimization Methods for Large-Scale Machine Learning

SIAM Speaker Series

Stochastic Optimization Methods for Large-Scale Machine Learning

Raghu Bollapragada , Assistant Professor, Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, UT Austin.

10AM – 11AM, Friday Oct 7, 2022

POB 6.304

Combining collections of high fidelity and reduced order for large-scale system state estimation

Oden Institute Seminar

Combining collections of high fidelity and reduced order for large-scale system state estimation

Andrey Popov , ASE/EM Dept., UT Austin

3:30PM – 5PM, Tuesday Oct 11, 2022

POB 6.304 & Zoom

Application-Driven Reduced-Order and Surrogate Modeling

Oden Institute Seminar

Application-Driven Reduced-Order and Surrogate Modeling

John Tencer , Computational Scientist and Principal Member, Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico

3:30PM – 5PM, Thursday Oct 13, 2022

POB 6.304 & Zoom

Optimal Transport for Seismic Source Inversion

CSEM Student Forum

Optimal Transport for Seismic Source Inversion

Tyler Masthay , CSEM PhD Student, Oden Institute, UT Austin

12PM – 12:30PM, Friday Oct 14, 2022

POB 6.304

Sample Efficiency of Data Augmentation Consistency Regularization

CSEM Student Forum

Sample Efficiency of Data Augmentation Consistency Regularization

Yijun Dong , CSEM PhD Student, Oden Institute, UT Austin

12:30PM – 1PM, Friday Oct 14, 2022

POB 6.304

Deep Learning for Simulation and Inversion Problems

Oden Institute Seminar

Deep Learning for Simulation and Inversion Problems

David Pardo , Professor, Mathematics, University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Leioa, Spain Basque Center for Applied Mathematics (BCAM), Bilbao, Spain Ikerbasque (Basque Foundation for Sciences), Bilbao, Spain

3:30PM – 5PM, Thursday Oct 20, 2022

POB 6.304 & Zoom

Distributed training: how to effectively scale your deep learning models in a distributed computing environment

CSEM Student Forum

Distributed training: how to effectively scale your deep learning models in a distributed computing environment

Jon Wittmer , CSEM PhD Student, Oden Institute, UT Austin

12PM – 1PM, Friday Oct 21, 2022

POB 6.304

Efficient structure preserving  schemes for complex nonlinear systems

Oden Institute Seminar

Efficient structure preserving schemes for complex nonlinear systems

Jie Shen , Professor, Department of Mathematics, Purdue University

3:30PM – 5PM, Tuesday Nov 8, 2022

POB 6.304 & Zoom

Coming soon -- Anna Yesypenko

CSEM Student Forum

Coming soon -- Anna Yesypenko

Anna Yesypenko , CSEM PhD Student, Oden Institute, UT Austin

12PM – 1PM, Friday Nov 11, 2022

POB 6.304

Coming soon -- Yang Yang

Oden Institute Seminar

Coming soon -- Yang Yang

Yang Yang , Professor, Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering, Michigan State University

3:30PM – 5:30PM, Tuesday Nov 15, 2022

POB 6.304

Coming soon -- Michael O'Neil

Oden Institute Seminar

Coming soon -- Michael O'Neil

Michael O'Neil , Professor, Courant University

3:30PM – 5PM, Thursday Nov 17, 2022

POB 6.304

Neuromechanics: Using computational mechanics to study brain health

Oden Institute Seminar

Neuromechanics: Using computational mechanics to study brain health

Johannes Weickenmeier , Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Stevens Institute of Technology

3:30PM – 5PM, Tuesday Nov 29, 2022

POB 6.304 & Zoom

Coming soon -- Jay Gopalakrishnan

Oden Institute Seminar

Coming soon -- Jay Gopalakrishnan

Jay Gopalakrishnan , Professor, Portland University

3:30PM – 5PM, Thursday Dec 1, 2022

POB 6.304 & Zoom

Path Loss Prediction with Physics-Informed Neural Networks

Oden Institute Seminar

Path Loss Prediction with Physics-Informed Neural Networks

Jian Tao , Assistant Director, Project Development, Texas A&M Institute of Data Science and Professor, School of Performance, Visualization & Fine Arts, Texas A&M University

3:30PM – 5PM, Tuesday Dec 6, 2022

POB 6.304 & Zoom

Mathematical modelling of human brain transport: from medical images to biophysical simulation

Oden Institute Seminar

Mathematical modelling of human brain transport: from medical images to biophysical simulation

Marie Rognes , Chief Research Scientist/Research Professor, Department for Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing, Simula Research Laboratory, Oslo, Norway

3:30PM – 5PM, Tuesday Mar 21, 2023

POB 6.304 & Zoom

More information

Regularly scheduled events include the Oden Institute Seminar Series, the Molecular BioPhysics Seminar Series, the Numerical Analysis Seminar Series, the Student Forum/Student Blitz Presentations, the SIAM Student Chapter Distinguished Speaker Series, and the Babuška Forum.

The Oden Institute Seminar is usually held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-5:00 pm, unless otherwise noted. Speakers include researchers from academia, national laboratories and industry, visiting scholars, and Oden Institute/UT faculty or research staff. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The Babuška Forum and the Student Forum/Student Blitz Presentations are typically held on Fridays, though times may vary from semester to semester. These events are hosted by CSEM students and are open to everyone.

Commencement events can be found on the graduate school commencement page