[hcs-d] Jim Tung '81 of MathWorks speaking Friday night
Karasek, Keith R
kkarasek at seas.harvard.edu
Thu Oct 20 16:48:02 EDT 2016
In the third talk<https://www.facebook.com/events/104837859987575/> of the Harvard Applied Math Society Sprint 2016<https://www.facebook.com/HarvardAppliedMathSociety/>, alumnus Jim Tung ’81 returns to talk about how someone with a love of math can use that interest in a variety of industries.
Want to hear from one of the foremost math and tech evangelists in the country? Interested in the newest medical devices, autonomous vehicles, and machine learning? Want the inside scoop on the most cutting-edge real-world applications of mathematics? And on top of all this, free pizza from Domino's and ***free swag*** from MathWorks? Don't miss this event!
The Harvard Applied Math Society proudly presents Jim Tung’81, a 28-year fellow at MathWorks (the computing company that developed MATLAB and Simulink) as part of our two-week SPRINT Series 2016.
Jim Tung will be speaking on "Math at Work: Impact Across Applications and Industries", with a focus on machine learning, autonomous vehicles, and cutting-edge medical devices. He has been a Fellow at MathWorks for over 28 years, and he was involved in the initial development of MATLAB, which is one of the most widely used software platforms for engineers and scientists.
Pizza from Domino's and other refreshments will also be provided! See you there!
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