Southern California Optimization Day
May 23, 2014
UC San Diego in La Jolla, California
Southern California Optimization Day Scientific Program
All talks will take place in Room 2402 (the CCoM Lecture Room) in AP&M (the Applied Physics and Mathematics Building) on the UCSD campus. For directions to the AP&M Building on the UCSD campus, navigate over to the maps on the practical information page.)
Each speaker will be allotted 30 minutes for setup + the talk itself + questions and answers. Plan to limit your talk to no more than 25 minutes to allow time for setup and a question or two.
Speakers using computer generated talks: Please verify prior to your session that your laptop communicates correctly with the projector. Speakers should begin connecting their laptops to the projector during the question period of the speaker immediately preceeding their talk. Whenever possible, speakers from each session should collect talks onto a single laptop to minimize setup delays. Blackboards, chalk, and overhead transparancy projectors are also available.
Coffee, tea, sodas, and light snacks (bagels, etc) will be available before the morning sessions starting at 8am, and during the morning coffee break. These will be served in Room 2402A of the APM Building, located immediately adjacent to the Lecture Room.
A printable version of the program below may be found [ here ].
Friday, May 23, 2014
Session I (Chair: Philip Gill, UC San Diego)
Session II (Chair: Daniel Robinson, Johns Hopkins University)
Session III (Chair: Jiawang Nie, UC San Diego)
Session IV (Chair: Philip Gill, UC San Diego)
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