IMI Interdisciplinary Mathematics Institute
College of Arts and Sciences
Search UofSC
Home
About the IMI
People
Grants
Downloads
Seminars
Conferences
News
Popov Prize
Member Resources
Contact Us
Log in
Seminars
Seminars by Year
Seminars by Category
Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminars
Bioinformatics Seminars
Compressed Sensing and Stochastic PDEs Seminars
Computational Nanoscience and Mathematical Modeling Seminar Series
Discrete/Combinatorics Seminars
General Seminar
Greedy Approximation Series
IMI Graduate Research Seminar Summer 2008
IMI International Seminar Series 2008: "High-Dimensional Approximation"
IMI International Seminar Series 2009: "Imaging in Electron Microscopy"
IMI International Seminar Series 2010: "Imaging in Electron Microscopy II"
IMI International Seminar Series 2011: "New Frontiers in Imaging and Sensing"
Nanoscale Theory, Modeling and Simulation Seminar
Number Theory Seminars
Distinguished Lectures
Math Dept. Colloquia
Math Dept. Seminars
Calendar
Recent progress and open problems in discrepancy and small ball inequalities
Presented as part of the
Compressed Sensing and Stochastic PDEs Seminars
Vladimir Temlyakov
, Department of Mathematics
, University of South Carolina
Jan. 22, 2009, 11 a.m. LeConte 312
Jan. 29, 2009, 11 a.m. LeConte 312
USC Links:
Directory
Map
Events
VIP
Site Information
© Interdisciplinary Mathematics Institute | The University of South Carolina Board of Trustees | Webmaster