Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems (LIDS) Student Conference (virtual)

Wednesday, January 26
9am - 5pm

Virtual (registration required)

What is the LIDS Student Conference?:

The annual LIDS Student Conference is a student organized, student run conference that provides an opportunity for graduate students to present their research to peers as well as to the community at large in research topics such as Machine Learning, Optimization, Networks, and Game Theory. It also holds a strong tradition for inviting exceptional speakers from various backgrounds and disciplines to share their research and perspectives. The conference typically consists of four plenary talks, student presentations, and a panel discussion.

Plenary Speakers:
– Na Li (Harvard University)
– Adam Wierman (California Institute of Technology)
– Angelia Nedich (Arizona State University)
– Yuejie Chi (Carnegie Mellon University)

Conference Panel:
The conference will also feature a panel discussion titled “Bridging the Gap Between Theory and the Real World” with esteemed panelists from LIDS:
– Tamara Broderick
– David Simchi-Levi
– Ali Jadbabaie
– Sertac Karaman
– Eytan Modiano

Details

  • Date: Wednesday, January 26
  • Time: 9am- 5pm
  • Category:
  • Location: Virtual (registration required)
Additional Location Details:

LIDS Student Conference Website:
As we approach the date of the conference, more information will be posted on the conference website:https://lidsconf.mit.edu/2022/index.html