BIRS Live Stream Schedule

Below is the schedule of talks, not necessarily those that will be broadcast. We encourage participants to record and broadcast their talks, but it is up to them to press the button.

Online Open Probability School (May 18 to Jul 31)

Friday July 10 between 10:00 and 11:10 MDT [2020-07-10T10:00:00.00-06:00]
Andrea Montanari of Stanford University, Mean field methods in high-dimensional statistics and nonconvex optimization - 5
Monday July 13 between 10:00 and 11:10 MDT [2020-07-13T10:00:00.00-06:00]
Elchanan Mossel of MIT, Simplicity and Complexity in Belief Propagation - 1
Tuesday July 14 between 10:00 and 11:10 MDT [2020-07-14T10:00:00.00-06:00]
Elchanan Mossel of MIT, Simplicity and Complexity in Belief Propagation - 2
Wednesday July 15 between 10:00 and 11:10 MDT [2020-07-15T10:00:00.00-06:00]
Elchanan Mossel of MIT, Simplicity and Complexity in Belief Propagation
Thursday July 16 between 10:00 and 11:10 MDT [2020-07-16T10:00:00.00-06:00]
Shirshendu Ganguly of University of California - Berkeley, Geodesic watermelons in last passage percolation - 1

Mathematical Models in Biology: from Information Theory to Thermodynamics (Online) (Jul 26 to 31)

Monday July 27 between 08:00 and 08:45 MDT [2020-07-27T08:00:00.00-06:00]
Udo Seifert of University of Stuttgart, From Stochastic Thermodynamics to Thermodynamic Inference
Monday July 27 between 09:30 and 10:15 MDT [2020-07-27T09:30:00.00-06:00]
Sarah Harvey of Stanford University, An Energy-Accuracy Tradeoff in Nonequilibrium Cellular Sensing
Tuesday July 28 between 08:00 and 08:45 MDT [2020-07-28T08:00:00.00-06:00]
Massimiliano Esposito of University of Luxembourg, Thermodynamics of Biochemical Reaction Networks: Information, Accuracy and Speed
Wednesday July 29 between 08:00 and 08:45 MDT [2020-07-29T08:00:00.00-06:00]
Thomas Ouldridge (Addenbrooke) of Imperial College London, Non-equilibrium thermodynamics of catalytic information processing
Wednesday July 29 between 09:30 and 10:15 MDT [2020-07-29T09:30:00.00-06:00]
Ilka Bischofs-Pfeiffer of Max Planck Institute Marburg, Information processing by bacterial quorum sensing systems