PCTS Workshop

Bridging Mathematical Optimization, Information Theory, and Data Science

Recent years have witnessed a flurry of exciting new developments and activities in the intersection of optimization theory, information theory, and mathematical data science. For instance, optimization theory inspires algorithmic breakthroughs in machine learning and reinforcement learning; information theory offers powerful tools for understanding the fundamental limits in numerous data science applications; and the growing popularity of data science and statistical learning in turn provides new data-driven perspectives to optimization paradigms and enriches the toolbox of information theory.  The goal of this workshop is to bring together participants from multiple communities including mathematical optimization, information theory, statistics, and machine learning in order to conduct in-depth discussion and motivate interdisciplinary collaboration.This workshop is supported in part by Princeton Center for Statistics and Machine Learning (CSML); Department of Electrical Engineering; and Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering (ORFE).


Natural Sciences


Registration is closed. The meeting will be Live Streamed and can be viewed at the link below.

Additional Information

Date & Time
May 16, 2018 | 8:30am6:00pm


Jadwin Hall, PCTS Seminar Room 407