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Upcoming Distinguished Lectures

Chapter Dates Distinguished Lecturer Lecture Details
Toronto March 7, 2016 Hamid Krim (NC State University, USA) Lecture topic: "Convexity, Nullity and all that in Data Analysis". Contact chapter chair Mehrnaz Shokrollahi for more information.
Ottawa March 8, 2016 Hamid Krim (NC State University, USA) Lecture topic: "Convexity, Nullity and all that in Data Analysis". Contact chapter chair Yifeng Zhou for more information.
Quebec March 9, 2016 Hamid Krim (NC State University, USA) Lecture topic: "Convexity, Nullity and all that in Data Analysis". Contact chapter chair Paul Fortier for more information.
Montreal March 11, 2016 Hamid Krim (NC State University, USA) Lecture topic: "Convexity, Nullity and all that in Data Analysis". Contact chapter chair Benoit Champagne for more information.
Hong Kong March 17, 2016 Visa Koivunen (Aalto University, Finland) Lecture topic: "Robust, scalable and fast bootstrap method for analyzing large scale data". Contact chapter chair Lai-Man Po for more information.
Beijing (Shenzhen) March 18, 2016 Visa Koivunen (Aalto University, Finland) Lecture topic: "Robust, scalable and fast bootstrap method for analyzing large scale data". Contact chapter chair Man O. Pun for more information.

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