Youth in High-Dimensions: Recent Progress in Machine Learning, High-Dimensional Statistics and Inference | (smr 3719)
Starts 27 Jun 2022
Ends 30 Jun 2022
Central European Time
Budinich Lecture Hall (LB)
Strada Costiera, 11
I - 34151 Trieste (Italy)
An ICTP Hybrid Meeting
“Youth in high dimensions” gives to young researchers from academia and industry the opportunity to gather and present recent results on high-dimensional statistical problems, in areas ranging from machine learning and inference to neuroscience or statistical physics.
Typical problems in high-dimensions include estimating noisy signals (compressed sensing, PCA and tensor decomposition), analysing (deep) neural-networks, detecting communities in large networks, or modelling disordered spin systems. These seemingly unrelated problems share many similarities in their phenomenology and in the tools used to analyse them. The core of the field is made of a very active, diverse and quickly expanding community of physicists, computer scientists, mathematicians, information theorists and engineers, with the common desire to tackle increasingly challenging problems at the forefront of data science. This conference aims at reinforcing the links among this interdisciplinary community, and in particular of its youngest theory-oriented members, and to bring forward the latest development happening in the high-dimensional world.
Random matrix theory
A. ALTIERI, Université Paris Cité, France
A. BIETTI, NYU, USA
E. CORNACCHIA, EPFL, Switzerland
N. FLAMMARION, EPFL, Switzerland
L. FOINI, CNRS IPhT Université Paris-Saclay, France
M. GEIGER, MIT, USA
J. KADMON, The Hebrew University, Israel
J. KO, ENS Lyon, France
M. LINDSEY, NYU, USA
J. LONG, Princeton University, USA
B. MCKENNA, IST, Austria
C. PEHLEVAN, Harvard University, USA
N. RAZIN, Tel Aviv University, Israel
D. SCHRÖDER, ETH, Switzerland
M. SELLKE, Stanford University, USA
G. SICURO, King’s College London, UK
C. THRAMPOULIDIS, University of British Columbia, USA
Y. WEI, University of Pennsylvania, USA
F. YANG, ETH, Switzerland
Y. ZHU, University of California, USA
Please note in the application form you will be asked to submit a poster abstract. A number of abstracts will be selected for the poster session.
Grants: A limited number of grants are available to support the attendance of selected participants, with priority given to participants from developing countries. There is no registration fee.