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IMA/MCIM Industrial Problems Seminar

In collaboration with the University of Minnesota’s School of Mathematics, the Industrial Problems Seminars are a forum for industrial researchers to present their work to an audience of IMA postdocs, visitors, and graduate students, offering a first-hand glimpse into industrial research. The seminar series is often useful for initiating contact with industrial scientists. The IMA’s seminar series is the oldest and longest running seminar series in industrial mathematics.
This year's seminars were organized by Daniel Spirn, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota

Risk and Decision Analysis Research at IBM
Bonnie K. Ray (Watson Research Center, IBM)
September 23, 2011, 1:25 pm, Lind Hall 305
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Invited by Gilad Lerman, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota
  Abstract

Statistics at Google Scale
Diane Lambert (Google Research)
October 7, 2011, 1:25 pm, Lind Hall 305
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Invited by Gilad Lerman, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota
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Fast Multi-scale Algorithms for Representation and Analysis of Data and Potential Applications
November 11, 2011, 1:25 pm, Lind Hall 305
Linda A. Ness (Telcordia)
Invited by Gilad Lerman, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota
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Using POMDPs to understand and support human sequential decision making with uncertainty
December 2, 2011, 1:25 pm, Lind Hall 305
Brian J. Stankiewicz (Electronics & Mechanical Systems (SEMS) group, 3M Corporation)
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Invited by Gilad Lerman, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota
  Abstract

Computing the demagnetizing field in micromagnetics with periodic boundaries
February 24, 2012, 1:25 pm, Lind Hall 305
Michael J. Donahue (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
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Computational Models and Stochastic Model Updating for the Design and Development of Recording Heads
March 23, 2012, 1:25 pm, Lind Hall 305
Ajaykumar Rajasekharan (Seagate Technology)
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Compression approaches for reducing computational complexities of nonlinear inversion algorithms
April 27, 2012, 1:25 pm, Note Room Change: Lind Hall 302
Aria Abubakar (Schlumberger-Doll)
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