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Held in cooperation with the University of Chicago

Autumn 2019

TTIC 31020 - Introduction to Machine Learning (100 units)

Instructor:

Location: TTIC Room 526B

Time: Tuesday and Thursday - 2:00-3:20pm

TTIC 31150 - Mathematical Toolkit (CMSC 31150) (100 units)

Instructor:

Location: TTIC Room 526

Time: Tuesday and Thursday - 9:30-10:50am

TTIC 31080 Approximation Algorithms (CMSC 37503) (100 units)

国产偷拍视频Instructor:

Location: TTIC Room 530

Time: Monday and Wednesday - 1:30-2:50pm

TTIC 31000 - Research at TTIC

Location: TTIC Room 526

Time: Friday

Winter 2020

TTIC 31050 Introduction to Bioinformatics & Computational Biology

国产偷拍视频Instructor:

Location: TTIC Room 526

Time: Tuesday and Thursday - 9:30-10:50am

TTIC 31230 - Fundamentals of Deep Learning (CMSC 31230) (100 units)

Instructor:

Location: TTIC Room 526B

Time: Tuesday and Thursday - 2:00-3:20pm

TTIC 31010 - Algorithms (CMSC 37000)

Instructor:

Location: TTIC Room 530

Time: Tuesday and Thursday - 9:30-10:50am

Tutorial meetings: Wednesday - 3:00-4:00pm

TTIC 31070 Convex Optimization (CMSC 35470, BUSN 36903, STAT 31015, CAAM 31015)

Instructor:

Location: TTIC Room 526B

Time: Monday and Wednesday - 1:30-2:50pm

TTIC 31000 - Research at TTIC

Location: TTIC Room 526

Time: Friday

Spring 2020

TTIC 31180 - Probabilistic Graphical Models (100 units)

Instructor:

Location: TTIC Room 530

Time: Tuesday and Thursday - 9:30-10:50am

TTIC 31110 - Speech Technologies (100 units)

Instructor:

Location: TTIC Room 526

Time: Tuesday and Thursday - 2:00-3:20pm

TTIC 31040 - Introduction to Computer Vision (100 units)

Instructor:

Location: TTIC Room 526

Time: Monday and Wednesday - 1:30-2:50pm

TTIC 31250 Introduction to the Theory of Machine Learning

Instructor:

Location: TTIC Room 526

Time: Monday and Wednesday - 3:00-4:20pm

TTIC 31000 - Research at TTIC

Location: TTIC Room 526

Time: Friday


Complete Course List

100 units

TBD

国产偷拍视频Weekly lectures and discussions by TTIC researchers introducing their research and research problems. Provides a broad view of research carried out at TTIC. Course is pass/fail credit. Satisfies one quarter of credit (of the three required) to fulfill the Research at TTIC Series Requirement. (See Academic Program Guide for details)

. But I will be very willing to adjust the speed, style and content depending on the background of the students enrolled in the course.

Expected outcomes:

  • Ability to identify algorithmic problems arising in various contexts.
  • Application of classical recursion theory, Kolmogorov complexity and basic computational complexity to the analysis of problems arising in mathematics and beyond.
  • Recognize and identify solvable and unsolvable problems, problems with high/low Kolmogorov complexity, as well as problems complete for basic complexity classes.

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TTIC 55000 - Independent Research

100 units

Original academic research conducted under guidance of an instructor (normally student’s PhD advisor), directed at making progress towards advancing the state of the art in the chosen area.

国产偷拍视频Expected outcomes:

  • Familiarity with peer-reviewed literature on the chosen topic of focus representing both current state of the art and historical developments.
  • Ability to develop a short-, medium- and long-term research plan.
  • Improved technical skills relevant to the research topic (examples include: using relevant mathematical tools, developing, documenting and using advanced software, designing and executing user studies, designing and conducting experiments).
  • Ability to communicate research progress in regular meetings with advisor and colleagues.
  • Ability to describe research results in a technical document at a level and in format appropriate for a submission to a peer-reviewed venue.

TTIC 56000 - Independent Reading

100 units

Original academic research conducted under guidance of an instructor (normally student’s PhD advisor), directed at making progress towards advancing the state of the art in the chosen area.

Expected outcomes:

  • Familiarity with peer-reviewed literature on the chosen topic of focus representing both current state of the art and historical developments.
  • Ability to develop a short-, medium- and long-term research plan.
  • Improved technical skills relevant to the research topic (examples include: using relevant mathematical tools, developing, documenting and using advanced software, designing and executing user studies, designing and conducting experiments).
  • Ability to communicate research progress in regular meetings with advisor and colleagues.
  • Ability to describe research results in a technical document at a level and in format appropriate for a submission to a peer-reviewed venue.

TTIC 57000 - Computer Science Internship

100 units

Advisor

In-depth involvement in areas of computer science in a research lab, University or business setting. Internship activities and objectives must be related to the student’s program objectives. Required enrollment for F-1 CPT internship. Advisor’s Consent Required.