Because this period of the year is magic (see Sunday Morning Insight: And You, What Are You Waiting For ?), Florent and I decided to organize a mini-workshop on Random Projections on Friday not far from where the Curies made their discoveries. Here is the announcement. Please note that we are ok with remote presentations.

The Future of Random Projections : a mini-workshop

----------------------------------------------------------------------Random Projections have proven useful in many areas ranging from signal processing to machine learning. In this informal mini-workshop, we aim to bring together researchers from different areas to discuss this exciting topic and its future use in the area of big data, heavy computations, and Deep Learning.

Where and When:

Friday, December 22, 9:00am to 12:30pm (Paris time)

Amphitheatre A, IPGG, 6 rue Jean Calvin

Confirmed Speakers:

Romain Couillet (Centrale Supelec)

Nicolas Keriven (ENS)

If you want to join or to give a talk, please answer to the mail. Since this is a short notice, we can also accept skype contributions.

Florent Krzakala and Igor Carron

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Will this be streamed or a video taken for later dissemination?

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