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MON, 13 FEB 2017: Ryan Hynd
February 13 @ 11:45 am - 1:00 pm
Monday, February 13, 11:45am-1pm
MIT Room 6-104 (Chipman Room)
When is the best time to stop?
Ryan Hynd, MLK Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Assistant Professor of Mathematics, University of Pennsylvania
Suppose that you are observing a sequence of events, and need to decide when to stop. Your goal could be to maximize an expected gain or give yourself good a chance to make the best choice possible. We will discuss several instances of this type of problem and talk about ways to use math to solve them.
This talk will be accessible to a general audience.
If you are able to attend, please reply to Shauna Bush-Fenty (email@example.com) with any dietary restrictions, accessibility considerations or other needs.
Please note, this luncheon is distinct from the annual MLK Celebration Luncheon being held February 15. You can find information about this and other events related to community, equity, diversity, and inclusion at http://diversity.mit.edu/events/. If anyone is interested in helping shape the content of one of the upcoming Community Dialogues (the first is February 22), please reply to this email.
- February 13
11:45 am - 1:00 pm
- Event Category:
- MLK Visiting Scholars Program Lunch Seminar Series
- MIT 6-104 (Chipman Room)
- Institute Community and Equity Office