Three Illinois Tech students, Narges Hosseinzadeh (M.S. Applied Mathematics 2023), Kan Zhang (Ph.D. Applied Mathematics 2023), and Thi Truong (Applied Mathematics 2023), worked together with Olivia Martin, a data science student from Northwestern, as well as Vasilios Farmak, a software and data engineer from Greece. The team was guided by Sou-Cheng Terrya Choi, Research AssociateContinue reading “Innovative Investment Tool Qualifies Students for International Hackathon”
Join us for a special event presented by Open Source Science (OSSci) and sponsored by ChiPy, as we explore the transformative power of open source in scientific research and discovery. In collaboration with PyData Chicago, this event brings together scientists and open-source developers to address the unique challenges faced by the scientific community and unlockContinue reading “Open Source Software: An Important Tool for Advancing Science”
This talk will discuss how low discrepancy sampling can improve the efficiency of estimating an expectation or integral, which is an important topic in various fields such as high energy physics, Bayesian inference, image rendering, quantitative finance, and uncertainty quantification. The talk will emphasize low discrepancy sampling and its ability to improve the efficiency ofContinue reading “Boosting Numerical Efficiency with Low Discrepancy Sampling: Enhancing Estimation and Integration in Diverse Fields from Fred Hickernell and the QMCPy Library”
Our team is excited to announce that we will be presenting on QMCPy at the following upcoming events SAMO 2022: The Tenth International Conference on Sensitivity of Model Output. March 14 – 16, 2022. 2022 CORS/INFORMS International Conference. June 5 – 8, 2022. MCQMC 2022: The 15th International Conference on Monte Carlo and Quasi-Monte CarloContinue reading “QMCPy Events Coming Soon”
Aleksei Sorokin gave a virtual talk at the GLSIAM 2021 conference.
Aleksei Sorokin gave a talk as part of the Computational Mathematics Seminar Series at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) .
Aleksei Sorokin gave a virtual talk at CASSC 2020.
Aleksei Sorokin gave a virtual talk at the PyData Chicago conference on August 27, 2020. More information on this talk is available here.
Fred Hickernell gave a virtual tutorial at MCQMC2020 on August 10, 2020. MCQMC2020 is the premier international conference for Monte Carlo quasi-Monte Carlo in scientific computing. A recording of the talk and the corresponding Google Colab notebook are available.
The QMCPy team has developed posters for conferences and events promoting scientific computation. The following posters highlight uses and features of the QMCPy package. CAURS 2021 Poster Session SIAM CSE 2021 Poster Session Applied math, Biology, Chemistry, Physics Back to School Poster Session. Illinois Institute of Technology, August 2020. Menger Day Poster Session. IllinoisContinue reading “A Collection of QMCPy Posters”