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List of selected seminars at the division of Systems and Control

For seminars before 2021, see this page.

Fall 2023

  • Adrien Corenflos, Aalto University: Uniting sequential and Markov chain Monte Carlo methods for efficient inference in high-dimensional state-space models
  • PhD defence, Fredrik Gustafsson: Towards Accurate and Reliable Deep Regression Models
  • Mini-workshop, Søren Hauberg: Reparametrization invariance in representation learning, Juho Kannala: Pushing the Limits of Real-time Visual-inertial Odometry, Lennart Svensson: NeuRAD: Neural Rendering for Autonomous Driving
  • Half-time seminar, Ludvig Hult: Robust inference for systems under distribution shifts
  • Liam Taghavian, KTH, Health-aware fast-charging of lithium-ion batteries with unknown models
  • Half-time seminar, Sofia Ek: Machine Learning for Decision-Making with Confidence
  • Docentship lecture, Niklas Wahlström: How do you structure your machine learning project? Opportunities and pitfalls
  • Simo Särkkä, Aalto University: Parallel methods for state-space models
  • Licentiate seminar, Anh Tung Nguyen: Security Allocation in Networked Control System
  • Torsten Söderström, Uppsala University: PEM and ML in an EIV setting
  • Yasemin Vardar, Delft University of Technology: Digitizing Touch Sense: Unveiling the Perceptual Essence of Tactile Textures
  • Anastasia Bizyaeva, University of Washington: Nonlinear dynamics of beliefs over social networks
  • Licentiate seminar, Philipp Pilar: Integrating Prior Knowledge into Machine Learning Models with Applications in Physics
  • Arto Klami, University of Helsinki: Better priors for everyone
  • Sebin Gracy, Rice University: Spreading processes over networks

Spring 2023

Fall 2022

Spring 2022

Fall 2021

Spring 2021

Before 2021

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Updated  2024-01-15 10:53:19 by Sofia Ek.