Our seminar meets Wednesdays 2:30-3:30pm in Classroom 21 unless stated
otherwise. Here is a campus map.
Please feel free to contact with any questions or suggestions.
|18 January 2017||Sean Saito (Yale-NUS)||Neural Clusters and Machine Learning|
|18 January 2017||Christian Go (Yale-NUS)||Betti Numbers of Threshold Graphs|
|25 January 2017||Brian Huang (Yale-NUS)||Phase Retrieval|
|1 Febuary 2017||Anya Evtushenko (Yale-NUS)||Social Network Analysis Basics|
|1 Febuary 2017||Dylan Ho (Yale-NUS)||Investigating the Effect of Augmented Reality in Mobile Gaming Applications|
|8 Febuary 2017||Anshuman Mohan (Yale-NUS)||Certification of a Garbage Collector for a Purely Functional Language|
|8 Febuary 2017||Parag Bhatnagar (Yale-NUS)||Effects of Inter and Intra-Modal Distraction on Haptic Feedback Perception|
|15 Febuary 2017||Michael Anthony (Yale-NUS)||The Automorphisms of S6|
|15 Febuary 2017||John Reid (Yale-NUS)||Building an Autonomous Car Fleet using the Raspberry Pi|
|1 Mar 2017||Nur Qistina Binte Abdul Wahid (Yale-NUS)||Introduction to Algebraic Coding Theory|
|1 March 2017||Chua Yao Hui (Yale-NUS)||Progressive Web Applications for Migrant Domestic Workers|
|8 March 2017||Robby Tan (Yale-NUS)||Computer Vision, Deep Learning, and Bad Weather|
|10 March 2017||Mohamed Omar (Harvey Mudd College)||Peak Polynomials|
|13 March 2017||Roozbeh Hazrat (Western Sydney University)||Levitt path algebras|
|15 March 2017||Han Xu, Yifei Huang, Omar Ali (Palantir)||Big Data Analysis: An Interactive Session with Palantir Engineers|
|22 March 2017||Andreas Heinecke (Yale-NUS)||Waves and sparsity|
|29 March 2017||Alex Cook (NUS)||Modelling and Computational Statistics in Public Health|
Details of previous MCS seminars can be found here.