Seminar, Lecture, Talk
PHYS Seminar - Heurisitic Machinery to Uncover Hidden Features of SU(N) Fermions with Neural Networks 
06
Oct 2020
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
MATH - Seminar on Pure Mathematics - Cluster structurer on K-theoretic Coulomb branches, part II.

It was conjectured by Davide Gaiotto, that K-theoretic Coulomb branches of 3d N=4 SUSY gauge theories possess structure of cluster varieties. In this talk, I will explain how to attack this conjecture in the case of quiver gauge theories.

29
Sep 2020
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
MATH - Seminar on Pure Mathematics - Introduction to Coulomb branches and their cluster structure

Braverman, Finkelberg and Nakajima have recently proposed a mathematical definition of the Coulomb branch of a 3d N=4 gauge theory of cotangent type, associating to each such theory a family of associative algebras deforming the algebra of functions on an affine Poisson

25
Sep 2020
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
MATH - Seminar on Scientific Computation - Towards the high-fidelity computation and modeling of compressible turbulent flows
In this talk, we will focus on the high-fidelity computations of turbulence from the perspective of modeling and numeric.
11
Sep 2020
Other Format
MPhil in Chemistry - Analysis of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Derivatives in Ambient Aerosols using 1-D and 2-D Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Methods

Candidate: Mr. REN, Zhong

28
Aug 2020
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
MATH - Seminar on Statistics and Machine Learning - ROOT-SGD: Sharp Nonasymptotics and Asymptotic Efficiency in a Single Algorithm
The theory and practice of stochastic optimization has focused on stochastic gradient descent (SGD) in recent years, retaining the basic first-order stochastic nature of SGD while aiming to improve it via mechanisms such as averaging, momentum, and variance reduction.
28
Aug 2020
Other Format
MPhil in Chemistry - Structure and Statistics Based Analysis of Cas9 Protospacer Adjacent Motif (PAM) Recognition and Diversity

Candidate: Mr. WANG, Yu

27
Aug 2020
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
MATH - PhD Student Seminar - An adaptive iterative convolution thresholding method for topology optimization
Topology optimization has become progressively important as a tool for engineering structural designs due to advancing manufacturing technology and increasing computational power.
27
Aug 2020
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