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High-Dimensional Changepoint Estimation with Heterogeneous Missingness - Tengyao Wang

Structural Breaks and Shape Constraints High-Dimensional Changepoint estimation with Heterogeneous Missingness Tengyao Wang (London School of Economics and Political Science) 20 May 2022

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LSS3_Maria Filomena Molder

Love of the Distant, Obedience to Proximity Contradicting a long tradition of purgative, curative, redemptive, contemplative soul journeys – a tradition which still casts its shadows –…

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History of Art Seminar 26 January 2022

Prof. Fernando Domínguez Rubio (UC San Diego) The Unnatural Ecologies of Modern Art Abstract: A museum is not a collection of objects but a collection of slowly unfolding …

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LSS2_Landscape Studio

Founded in Kenya in 2014 by Chloé and Michael Humphreys, The Landscape Studio has championed site-specific responses that proudly reveal the essence and identity of the place. By careful…

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Bellastock, ESALA Frictions Public Lecture

Living the Change: Circular Economy and Tactical Urbanism supporting the Ecological Transition of TerritoriesBellastock will share 15 years of experiments in circular economy and transitory urbanism…

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Brady Burroughs, ESALA Frictions Public Lecture

Bauhaus to Ninja Assassinating Seriousness in Architectural Education Brady Burroughs Humor has long been used as a critical tool by architectural critics, but can taking ourselves a little less…

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Jan De Vylder & Inge Vinck: ESALA Public Lecture

Jan De Vylder & Inge Vinck, Simpson Visiting Professors, speak in ESALA's Frictions Public Lecture Series.

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LSS1_Tiago Torres Campos

Contemporary territories in the twenty-first century face increasingly adverseAnthropogenic climate change. Landscape and architectural design practicesneed to consider once again fluidity and…

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Developing new speech signal processing algorithms for biomedical and life sciences applications: principles, findings, challenges, and a view to the future

Speaker: Thanasis Tsanas, Usher Institute Abstract: Biomedical speech signal analysis has been gaining increasing momentum in the last 10-15 years. In this talk, I will focus on the key…

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Inspiring story - Robby Steel

To be a doctor - or not to be a doctor!

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Anupama Kundoo | ESALA Frictions Lecture

Anupama Kundoo, ‘Freedom from the Known: Rethinking Materiality in the Age of Climate Change’Our built environment is the physical stage on which all human stories are lived out. This…

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Joseph Grima, 'Non-Extractive Architecture' | ESALA Frictions Lecture

Joseph Grima, 'Non-Extractive Architecture' | ESALA Frictions Lecture Abstract:Could architecture be understood as the practice of guardianship of the environment, both physical and social,…

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Ursula Biemann, ‘Devenir Universidad’ | ESALA Frictions Lecture

Ursula Biemann, ‘Devenir Universidad’ | ESALA Frictions Lecture Abstract:The video projects of Ursula Biemann generally take a systemic approach to terrestrial conditions by connecting…

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REBM Week 8 - Part a)

This is Part a) of a series of two recorded lectures on the theme 'The independent samples t-test: Engaging with theory and practice'.

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Masur-Veech Volumes of Quadratic Differentials, Witten-Kontsevich Correlators, and Integrable Systems - Di Yang

VISS online seminar series Masur-Veech Volumes of Quadratic Differentials, Witten-Kontsevich Correlators, and Integrable Systems Di Yang, (University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei,…

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Vera Melinda Galfi II

Mathematics of the Climate Crisis: Extremes and Tipping Points Vera Melinda Galfi, University of UppsalaTuesday 2 November This recording is subtitled. You can turn off the subtitles by pressing CC.

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