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The Hidden Role of Mathematics and Computation in Scientific Discovery and Engineering
UCSB Seminar Series: Groundbreaking Research / Innovative Technology (GRIT), July 2016.

Public lecture aimed at general audiences.

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Fluctuating Hydrodynamics Approaches for Lipid Bilayer Membranes
UCLA IPAM Talk at Workshop on Partial Order: Mathematics, Simulations and Applications, January 2016.

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Fluctuating Hydrodynamics Approaches for Mesoscopic Modeling and Simulation (Part 1)
Stanford University: Summer School on Multiscale Modeling of Materials Workshop, June 2016.

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Fluctuating Hydrodynamics Approaches for Mesoscopic Modeling and Simulation (Part 2)
Stanford University: Summer School on Multiscale Modeling of Materials Workshop, June 2016.

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Additional videos are available on the Atzberger YouTube Channel and gallery page.



For more information on my current research please see the publications section or the main homepage.


Course Notes and Supplemental Materials

Data Science and Machine Learning

Slides: Statistical Learning Theory, Generalization Errors, and Sampling Complexity Bounds: [PDF] [GoogleSlides]

Slides: Neural Networks and Deep Learning Basics: [PDF] [GoogleSlides]

Slides: Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) Basics: [PDF] [GoogleSlides]

Image Classification using Convolutional Neural Networks (course exercise)

Facial Recognition and Feature Extraction (course exercise)

Machine Learning Course Link

Machine Learning: Foundations and Applications Course (MATH CS 120) [course-link]

Non-linear Optimization

Monte-Carlo Methods

Mathematical Finance

Dynamical Systems and ODEs

The specific parameters are ` delta=0.25, gamma=0.3, omega=1.0 `.






For more information on my current research please see the publications section or the main homepage. Additional videos are also available on the Atzberger YouTube Channel.


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