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Physics Colloquium on Life is too short for slow computations

Wednesday, February 14 | 3:00 PM

Crow Hall, 204
Crow Hall, St. Louis, MO 63105

We will discuss dimensionality reduction strategies to help overcome computational barriers -particularly within Bayesian uncertainty quantification- and for accelerating scientific discovery -particularly within nuclear physics. These methods remove redundancies from complex models and go straight to the point, like this abstract does.

This lecture was made possible by the William C. Ferguson fund.

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physics@wustl.edu

Speaker Information
Pablo Giuliani (Hosted by Bub/King/Okawa) from Michigan State University will be presenting the colloquium with "Life is too short for slow computations"
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