## Imaging and Computing Seminar

This seminar series covers a wide range of topics in information science (data, signals, images), computational science (numerical analysis, inverse problems, optimization), and the mathematics that underlies those areas.

Co-organized by Laurent Demanet (Math) and Alison Malcolm (EAPS). The seminar normally meets on Thursdays at 4:30pm in room 2-142. Sign up for the seminar email list by following the link on the right.

Schedule for Fall 2011:

- Th 09/29, at 4:30pm, in room 2-142

**Shravan Hanasoge**, Geosciences, Princeton.

Noise Tomography of the 3-D interior of the Sun and Earth - Th 10/13, at 4:30pm, in room 2-142

**Sebastien Leprince**, Geological and Planetary Sciences, Caltech.

Environmental Monitoring from Space using Optical Imagery: The Versatility of Sub-Pixel Image Matching - Th 10/27,
**no seminar** - Th 11/03, at 4:30pm, in room 2-142

**Jianfeng Lu**, CIMS, NYU

Efficient basis set for Kohn-Sham density functional theory - Th 11/10, at
**3:15pm**, in room**2-136**

**Marco Duarte**, Electrical and computer engineering, UMass Amherst.

Recovery of Frequency-Sparse Signals from Compressive Measurements - Mo 11/21, at 4:30pm, in room 2-142

**Pierre Garapon**, Mathematics, Stanford.

Mathematical resolution in imaging sources and small objects - Th 12/01, at 4:30pm, in room 2-142

**Vivek Goyal**, EECS, MIT.

Compressive Depth Acquisition Cameras: Principles and Demonstrations