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ICME Xpo Research Symposium 2023

The annual Research Symposium highlights current research topics and future plans through presentations, panel discussions, and graduate students’ poster session.

Event Details:

Tuesday, May 23, 2023
9:00am - 5:00pm PDT


Stanford University - Huang Bldg.
475 Via Ortega
Stanford, CA 94305-4042
United States

This event is open to:

Affiliate Members

ICME's annual research symposium will be held in-person on Tuesday, May 23, 2023. This event is for external partners and guests of ICME, alumni, Stanford faculty and researchers, students, and staff.

Every May ICME holds a Research Symposium providing an up-close and inside look at current research and future plans for ICME faculty and students. ICME is engaged with over 60 faculty from 20-plus departments throughout Stanford. This is a unique opportunity to see how computational mathematics, data science, machine learning, scientific computing, and related fields are applied across a wide range of domain areas.

Generative AI is the major theme of Xpo 2023. Machine learning, a core area of ICME research, is at the foundation of the spectacular recent developments that go under the label of Generative AI. Stanford has been at the cutting edge, and at ICME we see tremendous interest in understanding and contextualizing the latest research developments.                                                                                            

> Our goal is for you to leave Xpo with a better appreciation of ongoing research and newly-germinated ideas of how you may use it in your business environment.

Meet the Speakers 

List of Posters

Know before you go!

Xpo 2023 Agenda 

08:00 AMRegistration & hot breakfast
09:00 AMWelcome & update with Prof. and ICME Director Gianluca Iaccarino  
09:15 AM  Faculty vision with Profs. Alison Marsden "Model-driven surgical planning in cardiovascular disease," Catherine Gorle "The impact of wind on urban sustainability and resilience" and Ashish Goel "Representative and Deliberative Social Choice"
10:15 AMNetworking and coffee break
10:45 AMStanford Plenary - Prof. Monica Lam "Programmable Control and Grounding of Large Language Models for Conversational Assistants
11:15 AM Faculty updates - Profs. Diyi Yang "Can Large Language Models Transform Computational Social Science?" and Tatsunori Hashimoto "Robustness and security challenges in large language models" 
12:00 PMLunch and Poster Session
01:30 PMIndustry keynote - Dr. David Eagleman "What does generative AI mean for human creativity, and how will we know when it matches human intelligence?"
02:15 PMFaculty-led breakout sessions - Prof. Madeleine Udell , Adjunct Prof. Ashwin Rao, and Prof. Gianluca Iaccarino  
03:15 PMDiscussion with all attendees
04:00 PMPoster awards and recap
04:30-05:30 PMReception 

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