What's New at Caltech on iTunes U
Visit Caltech on iTunes U to download free audio and video content—lectures, informational postings, cultural performances, and campus programs—right to your computer, tablet, or mobile phone.
New and Notable
In the latest installment of the Earnest C. Watson Lectures, professor of aeronautics Beverley J. McKeon describes her efforts to understand the effects of turbulence.
Jed Buchwald, Doris and Henry Dreyfuss Professor of History, talks with renowned journalist and biographer Walter Isaacson in the most recent James Michelin Distinguished Lecture.
The newest additions to the Everhart Lectures podcast include Keenan Crane's "Discrete Differential Geometry: Helping Machines (and People) Think Clearly About Shape" and Adler Ray Dillman's "Navigating Without Eyes or Ears: A Worm’s Tale of Survival Using the Sense of Smell."
The lectures and supplemental materials for Machine Learning (CS156), taught by Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Yaser Abu-Mostafa, are available on the course page.
Check back in for the latest from the Watson Lecture Series and the Everhart Lectures, as well as new content from Admissions, Student Affairs, Facilities, and Performing & Visual Arts.
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Written by Andrew Allan