Next Talk

Speaker: David Kelly
Title: Data assimilation in high dimensions
Date and time: February 12, 1:00 p.m. (light refreshments at 12:45 p.m.)
Venue: WWH 1302

Abstract

This will be an introduction to data assimilation and in particular to methods that are useful for high dimensional forecasting problems. Data assimilation describes any method of using observational data in order to guide model predictions in the right direction. The most prominent application is numerical weather prediction, where forecasts are obtained by blending ocean-atmosphere models with partial observed data in order to reduce prediction uncertainty. We will discuss the basic mathematical ideas (Bayes’ theorem, Kalman filters), the problem of high dimensionality and how methods can be successful in high dimensions.

About this seminar

This seminar is meant to benefit young mathematicians, particularly graduate students and postdocs.
It aims to accomplish the following: The research talks should be fairly introductory and accessible to students and non-specialists in the audience.

Schedule Spring 2016

February 12

Speaker: David Kelly
Title:Data assimilation in high dimensions
Abstract

March 4

Speaker: Lai-Sang Young
Title:TBA
Abstract

March 25

Speaker: Zineb Hassainia
Title:TBA
Abstract

April 8

Speaker: Zsolt Pajor-Gupta
Title:TBA
Abstract

April 29

Speaker: Ein-Ya Gura
Title:Insights into Game Theory: An Alternative Mathematical Experience
Abstract

Contact Info

If you would like to give a talk or ask a question about the seminar, please contact one of the seminar organizers:

Monty Essidessid [at] cims [dot] nyu [dot] edu
Alex Kaiserkaiser [at] cims [dot] nyu [dot] edu
Reza Gheissarireza [at] cims [dot] nyu [dot] edu
Guillaume Dubachdubach [at] cims [dot] nyu [dot] edu

Previous semesters

Fall 2015 schedule

Spring 2015 schedule

Fall 2014 schedule

Spring 2014 schedule

Fall 2013 schedule

Spring 2013 schedule

Fall 2012 schedule

Spring 2013 schedule

Fall 2011 schedule

Spring 2011 schedule

Descriptions of earlier talks are here.

Department of Mathematics
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
New York University
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New York, NY 10012