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2009 Seminars


Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminars

Wed Sep 09 , 2:30pm
Xiaofeng Yang
University of South Carolina
Phase-field theory of multi-phase flows
Wed Sep 23 , 2:30pm
Xinfeng Liu
University of South Carolina
Front tracking method and its various applications
Wed Sep 30 , 2:30pm
Xiongbin Lu
University of South Carolina
Wip1 is a key regulator for the DNA damage-induced p53 activation
Wed Oct 07 , 2:30pm
Bin Yu
University of South Carolina
The self-assembly of block copolymers in confinement: A simulated annealing study
Wed Oct 14 , 2:30pm
Lili Ju
University of South Carolina
An edge-weighted centroidal Voronoi tessellation model for image segmentation
Wed Oct 21 , 2:30pm
Haomin Zhou
Georgia Institute of Technology
Numerical methods for stochastic Maxwell equations and applications in spectrometer design
Wed Nov 04 , 2:30pm
Jijun Tang
University of South Carolina
Phylogenetic reconstruction from gene rearrangement events
Wed Nov 11 , 2:30pm
Vladimir Mironov
Medical University of South Carolina
Why mathematical modeling, computational biology and computer simulation is essential for proper development of organ printing technology

Bioinformatics Seminars

Fri Apr 03 , 3:30pm
Istvan Miklos
Budapest/Oxford
Towards an FPRAS on the number of optimal sorting reversal scenarios
Mon Apr 06 , 11am
John Spouge
National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI)
Binding site sequence does not determine function- but position helps

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Compressed Sensing and Stochastic PDEs Seminars

Thu Jan 22 , 11am
Vladimir Temlyakov
University of South Carolina
Recent progress and open problems in discrepancy and small ball inequalities
Thu Jan 29 , 11am
Vladimir Temlyakov
University of South Carolina
Recent progress and open problems in discrepancy and small ball inequalities, Part II
Thu Feb 05 , 11am
Entao Liu
University of South Carolina
Instance optimal decoding by thresholding in compressed sensing
Thu Feb 12 , 11am
Entao Liu
University of South Carolina
Instance optimal decoding by thresholding in compressed sensing, Part II
Thu Mar 05 , 11am
Mingrui Yang
Entao Liu
University of South Carolina
A report on the counterence on compressed sensing
Thu Mar 05 , 11am
Dan Savu
University of South Carolina
Necessary and sufficient conditions for exact recovery by l, - uninimization
Thu Mar 19 , 11am
Dan Savu
University of South Carolina
Necessary and sufficient conditions for exact recovery by l, - uninimization, Part II

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General Seminar

Mon Feb 16
Prashant Athavale
University of Maryland
Image decomposition with a novel integro-differential model
Wed Mar 04
Shai Dekel
GE Global Research
Adaptive compressed image sensing based on wavelet trees
Mon May 04
Magomed Chakhkiev
Russian State Social University,Russia
Estimations of oscillatory integrals with convex phases
Thu May 07
Alexander Petukhov
Inna Kozloz
University of Georgia
Sparse representations and digital film restoration
Wed Sep 09
Karl-Heinz Brakhage
RWTH Aachen
Isosurface extraction generalized adaptive marching cubes
Thu Oct 29
Colin Bennett
University of South Carolina
Mathematicians of the Antebellum South Carolina College: Thomas S. Twiss, 1835-1846

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IMI International Seminar Series 2009: "Imaging in Electron Microscopy"

Tue Feb 10 , 3:30pm
Morteza Shahram
Stanford University
Statistical and Information-Theoretic Analysis of Resolution in Imaging
Thu Feb 12 , 3:30pm
Doug Blom
University of South Carolina
(Scanning) Transmission Electron Microscopy: Overview and Examples for the Non-Microscopist
Tue Feb 17 , 3:30pm
Albina Y. Borisevich
Oak Ridge National Lab
Seeing Atoms on the Crossroads of Microscopy and Mathematics
Thu Feb 19 , 2pm
Wolfgang Dahmen
RWTH Aachen
Open Discussion
Tue Feb 24 , 3:30pm
Michael Dickson
University of South Carolina
Kantianism at the Nanoscale
Thu Feb 26 , 2pm
Amit Singer
Princeton University

Yoel Shkolnisky
Yale University
Reference free cryo-EM algorithms using self-consistent data fusion
Thu Feb 26 , 3pm
Amit Singer
Princeton University

Yoel Shkolnisky
Yale University
Reference free cryo-EM algorithms using self-consistent data fusion, Part II
Tue Mar 03 , 3:30pm
Masashi Watanabe
Lehigh University
Applications of Multivariate Statistical Analysis for Large Spectrum-Image Dataset and High Resolution Images
Thu Mar 05 , 2pm
Ronald A. DeVore
Texas A&M University
Compressed Sensing
Tue Mar 17 , 3:30pm
Larry Allard
Oak Ridge National Lab
Imaging the behavior of atoms, clusters and nanoparticles during elevated temperature experiments in an aberration-corrected electron microscope
Tue Mar 24 , 3:30pm
Alberto Bartesaghi
NIH
Image registration, classification and averaging in cryo-electron tomography
Tue Mar 24 , 3:30pm
Angus Kirkland
University of Oxford, UK
Aberration Correction and Compensation in Electron Microscopy: Applications to Quantitative Imaging of Nanostructures
Thu Mar 26 , 3:30pm
Nigel Browning
University of California at Davis
(Scanning) Transmission Electron Microscopy with High Spatial, Temporal and Spectroscopic Resolution
Tue Mar 31 , 3:30pm
Paul M. Voyles
University of Wisconsin
Fluctuation Microscopy: Nanoscale Order in Amorphous Materials from Electron Nanodiffraction
Thu Apr 02 , 3:30pm
Eran A. Mukamel
Stanford University
Information in super-resolution microscopy and automated analysis of large-scale calcium imaging data
Tue Apr 07 , 2:30pmConcluding Remarks on Imaging in Electron Microscopy

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Nanoscale Theory, Modeling and Simulation Seminar

Fri Feb 13 , 4pm
Oleg Prezhdo
University of Wisconsin
Seminar
Wed Mar 18 , 3pm
Jack Wells
Oak Ridge National Lab
Emergent Phenomena at the Nanoscale
Thu Mar 19 , 3:30pm
Weinan E
Princeton University
2009 IMI Distinguished Lecturer
Wed Mar 25 , 3pm
Jay R. Walton
Texas A&M University
A Theory of Brittle Fracture Based upon an Extension of Continuum Mechanics to the Nano-Scale
Wed Apr 01 , 3pm
Alex Rey
McGill
Seminar
Fri Apr 03 , 3pm
Yanzhao Cao
Auburn University
Seminar
Wed Apr 15 , 3pm
Chun Liu
IMA/UMN/PSU
Seminar
Thu Apr 16 , 3pm
Stephen Irle
Seminar
Wed Apr 22 , 3pm
Adri Duin
Penn State University
Seminar
Wed Apr 29 , 3pm
Di Ventra
University of California at San Diego
Seminar
Wed Nov 11 , 2:30pm
Vladimir Mironov
Medical University of South Carolina
Why mathematical modeling, computational biology and computer simulation is essential for proper development of organ printing technology

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