January '22

Jason Altschuler

ORIE Special Seminar: Jason Altschuler (MIT)

Transport and beyond: efficient optimization over probability distributions The core of classical optimization focuses on the setting where decision variables are vectors in R^d. However, modern... Read more

Ziv Scully

ORIE Special Seminar: Ziv Scully (Carnegie Mellon)

A New Toolbox for Scheduling Theory Queueing delays are ubiquitous in many domains, including computer systems, service systems, communication networks, supply chains, and transportation. Queueing and... Read more

David Mooney, PhD

BME7900 Seminar Series - David Mooney, PhD


We start off our Spring semester seminar series with Dr. David Mooney from Harvard. He is the Pinkas Family Professor of Bioengineering. Biomaterials to Enhance T Cell Cancer Therapies Abstract: T... Read more

February '22

Alejandra Quintos

ORIE Special Seminar: Alejandra Quintos (Columbia)

Dependent Stopping Times and an Application to Credit Risk Theory Stopping times are used in applications to model random arrivals. A standard assumption in many models is that the stopping times are... Read more

Anish Agarwal

ORIE Special Seminar: Anish Agarwal (UC Berkeley)

Causal Inference for Socio-Economic and Engineering Systems What will happen to Y if we do A? A variety of meaningful socio-economic and engineering questions can be formulated this way. To name a few... Read more

Shahin Rafii

BME7900 Seminar Series - Shahin Rafii, MD


We welcome our next speaker in our series, Dr. Shahin Rafii. He is part of the Division of Regenerative Medicine and the Ansary Stem Cell Institute at Weill Cornell Medicine. He is also applying for... Read more