Student Math Wizards Aim for the Fences With Baseball Scheduling System

Johns Hopkins students and faculty members have started tossing advanced math and powerful computing tools at the arcane art of planning baseball game dates.

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Mapping Fruit Fly Brains

It’s question that has been puzzling neuroscientists for nearly a century: How do patterns of activity in neurons generate behavior?

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To Dig or Not To Dig?

AMS works with National Park Service, NASA, and the Department of Defense on a new way to conduct archaeological research.

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1:30 pm Seminar: Johannes Lederer (Corne... @ Whitehead 304
Seminar: Johannes Lederer (Corne... @ Whitehead 304
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TUNING PARAMETERS IN HIGH-DIMENSIONAL STATISTICS High-dimensional statistics is the basis for analyzing large and complex data sets that are generated by cutting-edge technologies in genetics, neuroscience, astronomy, and many other fields. However, Lasso, Ridge Regression,[...]
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1:30 pm Seminar: Lynn Lin (Duke University) @ Remsen 1
Seminar: Lynn Lin (Duke University) @ Remsen 1
Jan 29 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
  A Novel Statistical Framework to Characterize Antigen-specific T-Cell Functional Diversity in Single-cell Expression Data I will talk about COMPASS, a new Bayesian hierarchical framework for characterizing functional differences in antigen-specific T cells by leveraging[...]
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1:30 pm Seminar: Ngoc Tran (University o... @ Remsen 1
Seminar: Ngoc Tran (University o... @ Remsen 1
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Random Subdivisions & Neural Coding In the first part, I will talk about random subdivisions obtained from projections of polytopes. These are related to random polytopes and zeros of random tropical polynomials. In the second[...]

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