Conferences and talks

  • MCQMC 2016: Adaptive Quasi-Monte Carlo Where Each Integrand Value Depends on All Data Sites: the American Option Case (Talk), Stanford University, Stanford, CA, August 14–19, 2016.
  • Joint Statistical Meetings 2016: Automatic estimation of Sobol' indices based on quasi-Monte Carlo methods (Talk), IIT, Chicago, IL, July 30– August 4, 2016.
  • Spring Research Conference 2016: Minimizing the Number of Function Evaluations to Estimate Sobol' Indices Using Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods (Talk), IIT, Chicago, IL, May 25–27, 2016.
  • Joint Mathematics Meetings 2016: Applications of Adaptive Guaranteed Cubatures (Talk), Washington State Convention Center, Seattle WA, January 6–9, 2016.
  • American Mathematical Society - Frontiers in Computational Mathematics: Efficient resource allocation based on error and cost analysis: Guaranteed Automatic Integration Library (Talk), Loyola University, Chicago IL, October 3–4, 2015.
  • Approximation of High-Dimensional Numerical Problems - Algorithms, Analysis and Applications Workshop: Applications for Guaranteed Adaptive quasi-Monte Carlo Algorithms (Talk), BIRS, Banff CANADA, September 27– October 2, 2015.
  • CASSC 2015: Generalizing the Tolerance Function for Guaranteed Algorithms (Talk), IIT, Chicago IL, April 11, 2015.
  • Information-Based Complexity and Stochastic Computation Workshop: Generalizing the Tolerance for Guaranteed QMC Algorithms (Poster), ICERM (Brown University), Providence RI, September 15–19, 2014.
  • SIAM Annual Meeting: Reliable Error Estimation for Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods (Talk), Palmer House (Hilton), Chicago IL, July 10–14, 2014.
  • MCQMC 2014: Error estimation for multidimensional integration based on rank-1 lattices (Talk), KU Leuven, Leuven BELGIUM, April 6-11, 2014.
  • Meshfree Methods Seminar: Multilevel Quasi-Monte Carlo (Talk), IIT, Chicago IL, January 22, 2014.
  • Meshfree Methods Seminar: Automatic algorithms for function approximation using its series decomposition in a basis (Talk), IIT, Chicago IL, May 30, 2013.