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30 January 2009

Workshop on Random Network Models

Professor Joseph Blitzstein will open a course this spring, "Statistics 340. Random Network Models". Those who are interested in the booming network industry should definitely come have a look. The course will be reading and discussion based and involves no exams. It will meet regularly from 1 to 2:30 on Fridays at science center 706. I took a probability course from Joe and found he was a hilarious, encouraging and patient teacher. Some kids from 110 posted some clips of his teaching on the youtube. You will like the musical interludes and the Markov ball game.



If you want to watch Joe's performance live, better come today.

Posted by Weihua An at 10:48 AM