TCS+ inspired us to start STAEOnline. We try to maintain a list of other related serminar series as we discover them here:
What is STAEOnline?
STAEOnline’s /steɪ ˈɒn.laɪn/ main aim is to provide a platform for a seminar series where talks are presented by active researchers in the broad area of Systems Theory and Engineering by ensuring that interesting talks are accessible to the research community, in particular, and anyone with an interest in systems theory and engineering, in general. It is envisaged that the talks cover topics in the areas of control systems, robotics, optimisation theory and applications, computer engineering, machine learning, statistics and statistical learning theory, quantum systems, information theory, mathematical finance, computational biology, and all other related areas in applied mathematics, engineering, and theoretical computer science.
The seminars are conducted using Zoom meeting functionality. The talks are live streamed and a recorded version of the talk along with the slides will be made available online. In principle, anyone can watch the talk and participate in Q&A. For the recordings of previous talks visit our Youtube channel.
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What is this all about?
Information for the Audience
Information for the Presenters