Machine Learning and Algorithmic Differentiation
Aufgrund eines einschneidenden privaten Ereignisses müssen wir den Workshop "Machine Learning and Algorithmic Differentiation" leider absagen. Wir bemühen uns darum die Veranstaltung zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt erneut anbieten zu können.
Wir bedauern etwaig entstandene Unannehmlichkeiten.
Due to a drastic private event we have to cancel the workshop "Machine Learning and Algorithmic Differentiation". We will do our best to offer the event again at a later date.
We regret any inconvenience.
The workshop takes place at
quantLab - Room B 121
LMU Institute of Mathematics
A detailed location plan can be found here.
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Tentative agenda:Machine Learning
- Introduction to Machine Learning
- Concepts of supervised learning
- Bias-Variance trade-off and model performance
- Feature engineering
- Linear and non-linear regression models
- Linear models
- Support vector machines
- Classification models
- Decision Trees
- Random Forest
- Gradient Boosting
- Model Ensembling
- Deep Learning
- Stochastic gradient descent and optimization for neural networks
- Neural network architectures and applications
- Model Interpretability
- Causal Modeling
- Introduction to Algorithmic Differentiation
- Algorithmic Differentiation (AD)
- Adjoint AD (AAD)
- Enabling Software Design Patterns
- Dependency Injection
- Stochastic Algorithmic Differentiation: AAD for Monte-Carlo Simulations
- AAD of Conditional Expectations
- AAD of Indicator Functions
- Application from Finance
- Hedge Simulation
- Margin Valuation Adjustment
Basic knowledge of R (for Machine Learing) and of Java / OOP (for AAD)
Basics in options pricing theory (for Applications from Finance)
Christian Fries is head of model development at DZ Bank’s risk control and Professor for Applied Mathematical Finance at Department of Mathematics, LMU Munich.
His current research interests are hybrid interest rate models, Monte Carlo methods, and valuation under funding and counterparty risk. His papers and lecture notes may be downloaded from http://www.christian-fries.de/finmath
He is the author of “Mathematical Finance: Theory, Modeling, Implementation”, Wiley, 2007 and runs www.finmath.net.
The payment of a workshop fee is required, according to the following table:
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Registration and Contact
The workshop will take place in a computer equipped room with limited places. To register send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org