Daniel A. Spielman
The following are some articles and citations that describe
important parts of my research.
Look here for answers to frequently asked questions about the major in Applied Mathematics.
Spectral Graph Theory and its Applications,
a tutorial I gave at FOCS 2007.
- My talk from ICM 2010:
The Blyth Memorial Lectures at Toronto on Laplacian Matrices of Graphs:
Computations (9/29/11), and
- Spectral and Electrical Graph
(given at the Caesarea Rothschild Institute, Haifa, May 17, 2011.
- Spectral Sparsification of
(as given at the Weizmann Institute on May 15, 2011).
A video of me giving a related talk at MSR NE
- EPFL Sparsification Talk,
from the June 2012 Algorithmic Frontiers Workshop.
The Erdos Lectures at Hebrew University (2014).
2. Sparsification of Graphs and Matrices,
3. Ramanujan Graphs of Every Degree.
- Slides from my Hamilton Day Lecture, in Powerpoint
- Slides from the 2016 Josiah Willard Gibbs Lecture at the Joint
Mathematics Meeting, in Powerpoint
- Slides from my plenary talk at ICML 2016 in Powerpoint
- Slides from my plenary talk at ISIT 2016 in Powerpoint
If you need advising about the Applied Math Major, you can either
schedule an appointment with me by my
or email my co-DUS,
Except in extremely unusual situations, I do not take interns who
are not Yale students.
To schedule an appointment with me, first try my
This is what I use to schedule meetings at times of high demand.
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