|October 20, 2019||October 21, 2019
5:00 pm: Fall 2019: Foundations of Deep Learning
October 21, 2019 –
There will be mathematics in the course, and a degree of mathematical sophistication is expected from the students, but the material will all be self-contained. The emphasis will be upon heuristics and applications. There will be projects and presentations at the end of the semester, and students will work on those in small groups. Each group will need to have at least one member who can program in Python or a comparable language.
|October 22, 2019||October 23, 2019
1:15 pm: Fall 2019 Postdoc Seminar Series
October 23, 2019 –
Talk Title: Network Analysis for Microbiome Data
In this talk, I will first give a brief introduction of microbiomes, which play a central role in many biological process. The interaction networks between the species of microorganisms often attracts a lot of attention from researchers. I will then give an overview of the methods that are widely used to infer the network. In addition, I will introduce our proposed method, which accounts for the characteristics of microbiome data, and evaluate its performance in simulation studies.
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|October 24, 2019||October 25, 2019||October 26, 2019|