Spring 2021

Webinars are open to all interested members of the scientific community.

Program Committee: Mikael Kuusela, Ann B. Lee, Larry Wasserman
Coordinator and Webmaster: Mike Stanley

Webinars are held monthly, unless otherwise stated, on the 2nd Friday of each month at 1:30-2:30 PM Eastern Time (10:30-11:30AM PT, 6:30-7:30PM UK)

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Jan 22: David John Gagne (National Center for Atmospheric Research) #

Title: Machine Learning Emulation across the Earth System
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Feb 12: Robert Cousins (Department of Physics and Astronomy, UCLA) #

Title: Testing a sharp null hypothesis versus a continuous alternative: Deep issues regarding this everyday problem in high energy physics
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March 12: Raphaël Huser (Extreme Statistics Research Group, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology) #

Title: High-resolution Modeling and Estimation of Extreme Red Sea Surface Temperature Hotspots
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April 9: Patrick Heimbach (Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, University of Texas at Austin) #

Title: Augmenting a sea of data with dynamics: the global ocean parameter and state estimation problem
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May 7: Daniela Huppenkothen (SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research) #

Title: Unravelling the Physics of Black Holes Using Astronomical Time Series
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