Frank H. T. Rhodes Hall

Upcoming Events

ORIE Colloquium: Jiaming Xu (Purdue) - Achieving Exact Recovery Threshold of Travelling Salesman Problems via Linear Programming: Applications to DNA Sequencing

One of the most pressing challenges in genomics is to reconstruct a long and contiguous DNA sequence from short DNA subsequences (contigs). Very recent...

11/21/2017 4:15pm
ORIE Colloquium: Juan Pablo Vielma (MIT) - Nonlinear Mixed Integer Programming Formulations

Linear mixed integer programming (MIP) is an indispensable tool in Operations Research. However, it is often useful to additionally incorporate discrete...

11/28/2017 4:15pm
Systems Seminar/Ezra's Round Table: Christopher Rahn (Penn State) - Battery Systems Engineering: Enabling Mobility and Independence from the Grid

Batteries enable mobile and un-plugged electronics with applications ranging from cell phones to solar homes. For example, batteries are being widely adopted...

12/1/2017 12:15pm
CAM Colloquium:  Stephen Ellner (EEB, Cornell University) - Who gets into the 1%, and why: integrodifference equations as models for individuals, populations, and communities

Abstract: In humans “the 1%” refers to inequality in wealth. Many animal and plant populations have similarly extreme inequality in lifetime reproductive...

12/1/2017 3:30pm
CAM Colloquium:  Jaakko Lehtomaa (Mathematics, Cornell University) - On heavy-tailed phenomena and the principle of a single big jump

Abstract: Heavy-tailed distributions have offered an active field of research in insurance mathematics, queuing theory and operations research for decades....

1/26/2018 3:30pm

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Yuan Yao

Yuan Yao left a positive review 2/6/2015

Great guest speaker, informative talk, good catering.

Yanping Liu

Yanping Liu left a positive review 4/18/2014


Shambu Chebrolu

Shambu Chebrolu left a positive review 10/25/2013

A nice talk that suggests transdisciplinary possibilities of research and action that Cornell should be doing more of.