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Summer Workshops

Each year, ICME offers a variety of summer workshops open to students, external partners, and the wider community. This year's series of day-long workshops is happening from August 15-20, 2016, as detailed below.  All workshops are from 9:00 a.m.-4:45 p.m., four 75-minute sessions, separated by time for breaks. Please note that these are not Stanford for-credit courses.

Registration is required, and will be issued on a first-come first-served basis to students, ICME External Partners, and community members. Room locations will be given to those who register, and registration is non-refundable.

If you have questions, please contact the Summer Worshops Program via email to icme-summer-workshop@lists.stanford.edu.

2016 Summer Workshop Series

Monday, August 15

  • Introduction to Scientific Python   Register here 
    Instructor: Nick Henderson, ICME Research Associate
  • Introduction to Programming in R    Register here 
    Instructors: Andreas Santucci, ICME MS student and Lan Huong Nguyen, ICME PhD student
  • Advanced MATLAB for Scientific Computing   Register here 
    Instructor: Danielle Maddix, ICME PhD candidate

Tuesday, August 16

  • Introduction to Matrix Computations    Register here 
    Instructor: Margot Gerritsen, Associate Professor of Energy Resources Engineering at Stanford and Director of ICME
  • Connections Between Computational Neuroscience and Deep Learning    Register here 
    Instructor: Dave Deriso, Lecturer at ICME

Wednesday, August 17

  • Introduction to Mathematical Optimization   Register here 
    Instructor: AJ Friend, ICME PhD candidate

Thursday, August 18

  • Introduction to Statistical Data Analysis   Register here 
    Instructor: James Lambers, Associate Professor of Mathematics at University of Southern Mississippi

Friday, August 19

  • Introduction to Machine Learning   Register here 
    Instructors: Alex Ioannidis, ICME PhD student and Gabriel Maher, ICME PhD student

Saturday, August 20

  • Data Visualization  Register here  
    Instructor: Dave Deriso, Lecturer at ICME