2018 Data Science Panel

West Pauley Ballroom
  • Nitesh Kumar, Head of Data Science, Affirm
  • Andrew FigPope, Lead Data Architect, Celmatix
  • Anagha Joshi, Data Scientist, Tesla
  • Jason Goodman, Data Scientist, Airbnb
  • Anthony Suen, Director of Programs, Berkeley Division of Data Science
This is the 3rd Annual Berkeley Data Science Panel hosted by Data Science Society at Berkeley. Highly accomplished professionals from Tesla, Airbnb, Berkeley Division of Data Sciences, Affirm, and Celmatix will be speaking about their diverse experiences in the data science industry. After the speaker sessions, you’ll get a chance to talk to these professionals and hear from them on a more...

The Limits of Proof

Banatao Auditorium Sutardja Dai Hall
  • Paul Beame, University of Washington
In the early part of the 20th century, Gödel, Turing, and Tarski showed that no consistent system of reasoning can contain proofs of important properties of the natural numbers or of computations. In these cases, the difficulty stems from the need to reason about infinities of numbers or time that don't show up in our everyday world. In contrast, proofs of properties in a bounded size world...

Dissertation Talk: Learning to Navigate in Visual Environments

380 Soda Hall
In this talk, we examine learning and systems challenges related to visual navigation tasks. First, we approach visual navigation tasks within the setting of reinforcement learning under partial observation. Second, we consider issues related to the large scale training of convolutional nets.

Design Field Notes: Ian Leighton

220 Jacobs Hall
Ian Leighton is a digital product designer from the Bay Area, now based in Lisbon. He graduated from UC Berkeley in Mechanical Engineering (2011). He founded a startup, Embark which created a dozen public transit apps for iPhone, and was acquired by Apple in 2013. At Apple, Ian worked on a large part of the design for Apple Maps Transit. His talk will explore "Design in Transit."

Rethinking America’s 20th-Century Highway InstitutionsModeling Dynamic Transportation Networks Using Differential Complementarity Systems

290 Hearst Memorial Mining Building
  • Xuegang (Jeff) Ban, University of Washington
University of Washington's Xuegang (Jeff) Ban will present Modeling Dynamic Transportation Networks Using Differential Complementarity Systems on November 30, 2018 at 4 p.m. in 290 Hearst Memorial Mining Building. Join us for cookies and beverages at 3:30 p.m.