2017 Summer Lectures

2017 Summer Lectures

A poster shows directions to the lecture room for HSI Satellite School lectures titled “Lectures on Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning.”
IST professor Mineichi Kudo introduces Akshay Krishnamurthy from University of Massachusetts Amherst before the visitor’s lecture for HSI satellite school’s “Lectures on Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning” at IST, Hokkaido University on July 26, 2017.
Akshay Krishnamurthy from UMass Amherst starts his lecture on contextual bandits for HSI satellite school’s “Lectures on Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning” at IST, Hokkaido University on July 26, 2017.
Akshay Krishnamurthy from UMass Amherst discusses contextual bandits in his lecture for HSI satellite school’s “Lectures on Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning” at IST, Hokkaido University on July 26, 2017.
The Gerard Salton award 2000 winner, Stephen E. Robertson, delivers his lecture titled “Search: then and now with particular reference to the web” at IST, Hokkaido University on July 28, 2017.
Stephen E. Robertson, the winner of Gerard Salton award 2000, discusses information retrieval in his lecture titled “Search: then and now with particular reference to the web” at IST, Hokkaido University on July 28, 2017.
Subhransu Maji from UMass Amherst starts his lecture on ensemble methods for HSI satellite school’s “Lectures on Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning” at IST, Hokkaido University on July 31, 2017.
Subhransu Maji from UMass Amherst introduces ensemble methods in his lecture for HSI satellite school’s “Lectures on Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning” at IST, Hokkaido University on July 31, 2017.
Subhransu Maji from UMass Amherst introduces ensemble methods to graduate students in his lecture for HSI satellite school’s “Lectures on Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning” at IST, Hokkaido University on July 31, 2017.
Justin Domke from UMass Amherst starts his lecture on Markov chain Monte Carlo for HSI satellite school’s “Lectures on Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning” at IST, Hokkaido University on Aug. 2, 2017.
Justin Domke from UMass Amherst introduces Markov chain Monte Carlo in his lecture for HSI satellite school’s “Lectures on Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning” at IST, Hokkaido University on Aug. 2, 2017.
Justin Domke from UMass Amherst discusses Markov chain Monte Carlo in his lecture for HSI satellite school’s “Lectures on Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning” at IST, Hokkaido University on Aug. 2, 2017.
GSB Director Hiroki Arimura introduces James Allan from University of Massachusetts Amherst before the visitor’s lecture for the HSI course “Introduction to Big Data and Cybersecurity for Graduate Students” at IST, Hokkaido University on Aug. 4, 2017.
James Allan from University of Massachusetts Amherst steps up the platform to start his lecture for the HSI course “Introduction to Big Data and Cybersecurity for Graduate Students” at IST, Hokkaido University on Aug. 4, 2017.
James Allan from UMass Amherst delivers his lecture on information retrieval for the HSI course “Introduction to Big Data and Cybersecurity for Graduate Students” at IST, Hokkaido University on Aug. 4, 2017.
UMass professor James Allan discusses information retrieval in his lecture for the HSI course “Introduction to Big Data and Cybersecurity for Graduate Students” at IST, Hokkaido University on Aug. 2017.
IST Faculty members and HSI students from overseas universities listen to the lecture by James Allan from UMass Amherst for the HSI course “Introduction to Big Data and Cybersecurity for Graduate Students” at IST, Hokkaido University on Aug. 4, 2017.
UMass professor James Allan takes questions after his lecture for the HSI course “Introduction to Big Data and Cybersecurity for Graduate Students” at IST, Hokkaido University on Aug. 4, 2017.
HSI visiting lecturers from University of Massachusetts Amherst stand at the edge of the Ono Pond on Hokkaido University Sapporo campus on Aug. 3, 2017. From left: Justin Domke, Akshay Krishnamurthy, James Allan and Subhransu Maji.