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Events for the week of January 16, 2022

Wednesday January 19, 2022
4:00 pm  Title:  Applied QBism and its Potential
 Presenter:  John DeBrota
 Series:  CQuIC Seminars
 Location:  Zoom


Thursday January 20, 2022
3:00 pm  Title:  Candidacy Exam: Variation of Fundamental Constants, the Dark Sector, and H_0 (NOTE SPECIAL TIME)
 Presenter:  Kylar Greene, UNM
 Series:  Nuclear, Particle, Astroparticle and Cosmology (NUPAC) Seminars
 Host:  Francis-Yan Cyr-Racine
 Location:  PAIS-3205, PAIS
3:30 pm  Title:  Efficient estimation of cyclic parameters in quantum systems
 Presenter:  Marco Antonio Rodriguez Garcia, UNAM
 Series:  CQuIC Seminars
 Location:  Zoom


Friday January 21, 2022
3:30 pm  Title:  In Search of New Physics with MicroBooNE
 Presenter:  Georgia Karagiorgi is an Assistant Professor of Physics at Columbia University.

She received her Ph.D. in Experimental High Energy Physics from MIT in 2010. Her main research is in experimental particle physics, including searches for new physics in the neutrino sector with particle-accelerator-based and/or large underground neutrino experiments. The discovery and study of rare processes with the next generation of neutrino detectors requires continuous and efficient processing of data streams with rates of up to multiple terabytes per second. Her current research includes data processing hardware design and exploration of digital data processing techniques for high data rate environments, and more recently she has been exploring the implementation of machine learning algorithms on field-programmable gate arrays.
 Series:  Physics and Astronomy Colloquium
 Web Site:    http:/ / datascience.columbia.edu/ people/ georgia-karagiorgi/
 Host:  Michael Gold
 Location:  Via Zoom. Please take the Satisfaction Survey

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