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.
Researchers are investigating ways to address the accessibility of machine learning methods to allow physicians who do not have expertise in computer programming or data science to use these techniques in disease detection and diagnosis.
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.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. — Researchers working on an Army project developed nanoscale thermal switches that are key to thermal management of nanoscale devices, refrigeration, data storage, thermal computing and heat management of buildings. The …February 14, 2020
As advances in nanotechnology have exploded in recent years, it’s increasingly important to understand the underlying physics in nanoscale systems in order to enhance the performance and efficiency of devices. For example, the microprocessors that …December 3, 2019
The UW–Madison College of Engineering has added 12 new faculty members this academic year, with expertise ranging from fusion energy to quantum systems to the earth’s energy. Meet the new faculty members, and learn about …November 19, 2019
UW-Madison professor Aviad Hai is developing tiny electronic sensors to study brain activity using MRI. A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner can be used to take detailed anatomical snapshots of the brain noninvasively — without …November 3, 2019
GIE Board Member Glenn Fung, chief research scientist in machine learning and director of data science research at American Family Insurance, is excited about the collaboration between UW-Madison and American Family. As the field …September 30, 2019
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