During 2023–24, the CMSA will host a seminar on New Technologies in Mathematics, organized by Michael Douglas and Samy Jelassi. This seminar will take place on Wednesdays from 2:00 pm–3:00 pm (Eastern Time). The meetings will take place in Room G10 at the CMSA, 20 Garden Street, Cambridge MA 02138, and some meetings will take place virtually on Zoom or be held in hybrid formats. To learn how to attend, please fill out this form, or contact Michael Douglas (mdouglas@cmsa.fas.harvard.edu).

The schedule will be updated as talks are confirmed.

Seminar videos can be found at the CMSA Youtube site: New Technologies in Mathematics Playlist

LILO: Learning Interpretable Libraries by Compressing and Documenting Code

CMSA Room G10 CMSA, 20 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA, United States

New Technologies in Mathematics Seminar Speaker: Gabe Grand, MIT CSAIL and Dept. of EE&CS Title: LILO: Learning Interpretable Libraries by Compressing and Documenting Code Abstract: While large language models (LLMs) now excel at code generation, a key aspect of software development is the art of refactoring: consolidating code into libraries of reusable and readable programs. In […]

Solving olympiad geometry without human demonstrations

Virtual

New Technologies in Mathematics Seminar Speaker: Trieu H. Trinh, Google Deepmind and NYU Dept. of Computer Science Title: Solving olympiad geometry without human demonstrations Abstract: Proving mathematical theorems at the olympiad level represents a notable milestone in human-level automated reasoning, owing to their reputed difficulty among the world’s best talents in pre-university mathematics. Current machine-learning […]