Events

Illinois Tech's academic and administrative departments host events that are open to the university community and/or the Chicago community at large. University faculty and staff who would like to submit an event for promotion should complete an events post form. For a list of upcoming student events, hosted by student groups, please visit HawkLink.

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Feb
18

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RE 121

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Speaker: Sergey Nadtochiy, Associate Professor, Department of Applied Mathematics, Illinois Institute of Technology Description: I will present a simple model of market microstructure which explains...

Feb
19

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Stuart Building, Room 111 10 West 31st Street, Chicago, IL 60616

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This event is open to all Illinois Tech faculty and students. Abstract From the gestures that accompany speech to images in social media posts, humans effortlessly combine words with visual...

Feb
20

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Stuart Building, Room 111 10 West 31st Street, Chicago, IL 60616

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This event is open to all Illinois Tech faculty and students. Abstract Machine learning has been extensively used in many application areas. Data from the real world is usually noisy and thus imposes...

Feb
25

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Stuart Building, Room 111 10 West 31st Street, Chicago, IL 60616

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This event is open to all Illinois Tech faculty and students. Abstract Over the past decade, technological innovations have produced a wealth of large and complex data sets on almost every aspect of...

Mar
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RE 121

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Speaker: Igor Cialenco, Associate Professor, Department of Applied Mathematics, Illinois Institute of Technology Description: TBD Topic: Mathematical Finance, Stochastic Analysis, and Machine Learning

Mar
24

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RE 121

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Speaker: Ruoting Gong, Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Mathematics, Illinois Institute of Technology Description: TBD Topic: Mathematical Finance, Stochastic Analysis, and Machine Learning

Apr
21

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RE 121

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Speaker: Tomasz R. Bielecki, Professor, Department of Applied Mathematics, Illinois Institute of Technology Description: TBD Topic: Mathematical Finance, Stochastic Analysis, and Machine Learning