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White Paper: Understanding Many-Particle Systems with Machine Learning

Posted on 3/1/17 in Reports

This white paper was prepared by the participants of the fall 2016 long program Understanding Many-Particle Systems with Machine Learning. Interactions between many constituent particles, i.e. quarks, electrons, atoms, molecules, or materials, generally give rise to collective or emergent phenomena in matter. Even when the […]

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2017 Sloan Research Fellowship winners include two IPAM affiliates

Posted on 2/24/17 in News

IPAM congratulates 2017 Sloan Research Fellowship winners in Mathematics, John Duchi (Stanford) and Tom Goldstein (Maryland). Duchi was a speaker in a 2014 IPAM workshop on Stochastic Gradient Methods. Goldstein participated as a member of our 2010 Optimization long program and as a speaker in […]

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National Academy of Engineering elects eight IPAM affiliates

Posted on 2/14/17 in News

Eight IPAM affiliates were recently elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE). According to the NAE, “election to the National Academy of Engineering honors those who have made outstanding contributions to engineering research, practice, or education, including, where appropriate, significant contributions to the engineering […]

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Optimization and Equilibrium in Energy Economics: Challenges for the Research Communities

Posted on 2/9/17 in Reports

Prepared by Michael C. Ferris, University of Wisconsin (summarizing comments from workshop participants).  A workshop related to Optimization and Equilibrium in Energy Economics was held at IPAM on January 11-15, 2016. It was based on the premise that design and decision problems in electrical power […]

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