We are pleased to invite you to attend the Department of Management Sciences seminar series in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Waterloo!
Our seminar series often accommodates a variety of talks such as research-oriented, Ph.D. student, and practitioner-oriented talks. Topics in the series include, among other, energy systems, optimisation, logistics and supply chain, healthcare, information and communications technologies, and socio-technical systems.
The audience, usually 15-25 in size, is primarily composed of faculty and graduate students from the Department of Management Sciences, although other faculty, students and industrial professionals frequently attend.
Visit our Events page for a full listing of upcoming seminars, and details.
The department seminar series' coordinator is Kejia Zhu.
Seminars are typically held on Mondays from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. in CPH 4335, unless otherwise noted.
Seminars for 2021
|2021-05-14||Ruxian Wang||Carey Business School, Johns Hopkins University||Hybrid Search and Choice Framework: Modeling, Optimization and Estimation|
|2021-05-11||Sirisha Rambhatla||Department of Computer Science, University of Southern California||Provably Learning from Data: New Algorithms and Models for Matrix and Tensor Decompositions|
|2021-05-05||Takanori Fujiwara||Department of Computer Science, University of California|
|2021-05-04||Lei Cao||Data Systems and AI Lab, MIT||
|2021-04-30||Chen Ma||School of Computer Science, McGill University||Towards Effective Recommendation: Auxiliary Data and Personalized Hyper-parameter Learning|
Troost Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering, University Toronto
|2021-2-22||Francois Lafond||Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment University of Oxford||Can stimulating demand drive costs down? World War II as a natural experiment|
This schedule may change due to unforeseen reasons.
View our seminar archives to view a listing of seminars held in previous years.