Lorenz Richter (Co-Founder & CTO of dida) followed the invitation to speak at the Measure Transport, Diffusion Processes and Sampling Workshop at the Flatiron Institute in New York City.
The workshop brought together experts on the mathematical aspects of diffusion based generative modeling and was a great opportunity to exchange with colleagues.
In his presentation, Lorenz delved into the intricacies of diffusion-based generative modeling. The talk established a connection between generative modeling based on Stochastic Differential Equations (SDEs) and three foundational pillars of mathematics: stochastic optimal control, Partial Differential Equations (PDEs), and path space measures.
This presentation reflects dida's dedication to pushing the limits of mathematical research, cultivating collaboration among diverse fields of study, and propelling tangible progress.
For more information about the talk, you can visit: https://events.simonsfoundation.org/event/335b8972-e63d-4672-82f3-4dd95868cb40/summary