Three Decades of DIMACS: The Journey Continues

Slides from Presentations (alphabetical by speaker)

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Eric Allender, Rutgers University
Metacomplexity or the Complexity of Complexity

Sanjeev Arora, Princeton University and Institute for Advanced Study
Toward Theoretical Understanding of Deep Learning

David Banks, Duke University
Adversarial Risk Analysis

Deborah Estrin, Cornell Tech
Participatory Sensing: From Ecosystems to Human Systems

Nina Fefferman, University of Tennessee
When to Turn to Biology for Inspiration in Systems Design

Jarik Nesetril, Charles University
30 Years of DM - Some Highlights from Personal Perspective

Miriam Nuno, University of California, Davis
From the Barrios of LA to UC-Davis: Latinas in STEM

Dana Randall, Georgia Institute of Technology
Phase Transitions and Emergent Phenomena in Algorithms and Applications

Ann Trenk, Wellesley College
Balanced and Unbalanced Split Graphs

Abdul-Aziz Yakubu, Howard University
A Farmed-wild Salmon Viral-linked Discrete-time ISA Disease Model

Michael Washington, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Using Simple Management Science and Operations Research Tools and Thinking to Make Changes in Public Health

Ryan Williams, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Inspiration from my REU at DIMACS

Peter Winkler, Dartmouth College
DIMACS and Statistical Physics

Rebecca Wright, Barnard College
Increasing Women’s Participation in Computing