Faculty

Welcome new faculty member, Tuo Zhao, to the School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE)

Welcome Dr. Tuo Zhao, who joined an assistant professor in the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech, started January 2017 His current research focuses on developing a new generation of optimization algorithms with statistical and computational guarantees, as well as user-friendly open source software for machine learning and scientific… Continue reading Welcome new faculty member, Tuo Zhao, to the School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE)

Faculty

Welcome new faculty member, He Wang, to the School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE)

Welcome Dr. He Wang, a new faculty member in the Georgia Tech’s H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE). He Wang joined the School in January 2017 as an assistant professor. His research interests are in the areas of revenue management, supply chain and logistics, and statistical learning. His current research focuses on the interface… Continue reading Welcome new faculty member, He Wang, to the School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE)

AAAI

ML@GT at AAAI 2017. Some highlights

ML@GT was well represented at AAAI 2017, the premiere conference on AI, held Feb 4-9, 2017 in San Francisco, CA 2017.  Here are some highlights from this conference. Frank Dellaert, a professor in the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing, will receive the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) Classic Paper Award… Continue reading ML@GT at AAAI 2017. Some highlights

Seminars

ML@GT Seminar by Justin Romberg on “Phase Retrieval meets Statistical Learning Theory”

Title: Phase Retrieval meets Statistical Learning Theory Speaker: Justin K. Romberg (School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, GA Tech) Date/Time: Wednesday 2/15/2017, 12n – 1pm, (Lunch at 11:30am) Location: TSRB Banquet Hall (85 5th Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30309) Abstract: We will present a new convex relaxation for the classic problem of phase retrieval, where we… Continue reading ML@GT Seminar by Justin Romberg on “Phase Retrieval meets Statistical Learning Theory”

Seminars

Robotics Seminar by Magnus Egerstedt on “Persistent Environmental Monitoring: Robots that Seemingly Do Nothing Most of the Time”

As part of the ML@GT/IRIM Seminar Series, here is the next very interesting talk by our very own, Magnus Egerstedt, Executive Director of IRIM. (Link) Date: Wednesday, February 8, 2016 Speaker: Magnus Egerstedt (Executive Director, IRIM) Title: “Persistent Environmental Monitoring: Robots that Seemingly Do Nothing Most of the Time” Location: Marcus Nanotechnology Building • Rooms… Continue reading Robotics Seminar by Magnus Egerstedt on “Persistent Environmental Monitoring: Robots that Seemingly Do Nothing Most of the Time”

AAAI · Awards

Paper Recognized for Enduring Contributions to Robotics, Machine Learning, and Computing

Please join us in congratulating our very own, Professor Frank Dellaert for this amazing and very well deserved honor. Source: Paper Recognized for Enduring Contributions to Robotics | College of Computing Frank Dellaert, a professor in the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Computing, will receive the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI)… Continue reading Paper Recognized for Enduring Contributions to Robotics, Machine Learning, and Computing