Focused on advancing fundamental and applied machine learning research for Air Force applications, the Machines, Algorithms and Data Laboratory (MADLab) aims to advance the state-of-the-art in efficient and robust machine learning methods, and foster a collaborative research environment between university and Air Force scientists and engineers.
According to Zhenqiang “Jack” Ma, the Lynn H. Matthias Professor and Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor in electrical and computer engineering, focusing on impact is fundamental to getting research support and funding. And researchers like Ma—whose work explores the spaces and interactions between individual atoms—understand that quantum activities within materials are fundamental to achieving big ideas.
A collaboration among major universities in the midwest and led by UW-Madison, this annual symposium unites individual research pursuits under a broader perspective for social and economic impact. With dynamic discussions, debates and networking, this noteworthy event showcases the collective talent of the region's top machine learning researchers.
The Machine Learning and Optimization Research (MOR) Consortium sparks knowledge transfer and facilitates interactions between industry partners and researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. With extensive expertise in machine learning and optimization algorithms and applications, MOR’s research group is committed to working with industry partners to solve machine learning and optimization challenges in data analytics, healthcare systems, manufacturing, transportation, signal/image processing, planning, logistics and other commercial applications.
US researchers have developed a new scaffold that could help with the implantation of photoreceptors grown from stem cells Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have tackled the challenge of delivering photoreceptors to the retina …May 18, 2021
Electrical and Computer Engineering Assistant Professor Dimitris Papailiopoulos is among the 13 University of Wisconsin-Madison faculty members chosen to receive 2021 Distinguished Teaching Awards, an honor given out since 1953 to recognize the university’s finest educators. Papailiopoulos received the …May 10, 2021
In nanoscale devices—such as the nanometer-sized transistors that make up computer microprocessors—tiny heat currents can have a big effect on those devices’ performance. To measure heat currents, researchers use a technique called calorimetry. Due to …April 27, 2021
Tens of millions of people worldwide are affected by diseases like macular degeneration or have had accidents that permanently damage the light-sensitive photoreceptors within their retinas that enable vision. The human body is not capable …April 23, 2021
Dan Thoma, professor of materials science and engineering and director of the Grainger Institute for Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, was recently selected as a 2021 Honorary Member of AIME. Thoma was chosen by the board of TMS, …March 15, 2021
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