
Dr. Kenneth A. Ribet
Professor Emeritus
Department of Mathematics
UC Berkeley
The perfect squares (1, 4, 25, 36 and so forth) were studied extensively by Leonardo Fibonacci in his thirteenth…


Math 168 Lecture 1, Given on Jan 8th 2024. This lecture gives an introduction to optimization problems and the field of optimization.


An overview of every portal page created in Bill Mead's DES 117 classes from Fall 2016  Summer 2022




Before the pandemic made Zoom ubiquitous and homerecorded instructional videos commonplace, our colleague from Mathematics, Joseph Biello, had started sharing what he calls “really clear…


Online lecture (Zoom recording) of 1/4/2022. Course basics. Two example problems: (1) counting the number of paths from the VMC to Pachamama coffee shop; and (2) five riffle shuffles is inadequate…


HSI Summit Pt. 1  A Cal to Action + AI EducationSession: A Call to Action Length: 51 min 31 sec Presenters: Dr. Erika Tatiana Camacho, Program Director, National Science Foundation; Dr. Sarita…










AATC provides academic support to undergraduate students enrolled in Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics, and Writing Across the Disciplines. Our professional…


Presentation by Yian Ma (UC San Diego) Title: Briding MCMC and OptimizationAbstract: In this talk, I will discuss three ingredients of optimization theory in the context of MCMC: Nonconvexity, …


Talk by Sam Hopkins (UC Berkeley) Title: From Proofs to Algorithms for HighDimensional Statistics Abstract: I will discuss a novel technique, "Proofs to Algorithms," for designing and…


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