## Imaging and Computing Seminar

This new 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 4:15pm in room 36-112. Contact Laurent for opting in or out of the seminar mailing list.

Schedule for Spring 2010:

- Tu 01/19, at 2:00pm, in room 2-142 (Special)

**Yajun Zhou**, Chemistry, Harvard.

Robust Solution to Integral Equations via Topological Compactness: Applications in Chemical Kinetics and Electromagnetic Scattering - Th 02/04, at 4:15pm, in room 36-112

**Cancelled** - We 02/10, at 4:00pm, in room 54-915 (Special; EAPS colloquium)

**Carl Tape**, Earth and planetary sciences, Harvard.

Seismic Tomography and Imaging of the Southern California Crust - Th 02/11, at 4:15pm, in room 36-112

**Paul Barbone**, Mathematics, Boston University.

Direct imaging via time-reversal, Krylov methods, and sparse signals. - Th 02/18, at 4:15pm, in room 36-112

**Misha Kilmer**, Mathematics, Tufts.

Hybrid and generalized hybrid regularization for pMRI reconstruction - Th 02/25, at 4:15pm, in room 36-112

**Bruce Fischl**, Harvard Medical School

Computational Modeling of Neuroanatomy using MRI - Fr 03/05, at 3:00pm, in room 2-131 (special time, date, room)

**Chris Stucchio**, Courant Institute, NYU

Phase Space Analysis in MRI - Fr 03/12, at 12:00pm, in room 54-517 (joint with the FISH-ERL
seminar)

**Tristan van Leeuwen**, Dept of Geotechnology, Delft University

Correlation-based inversion of seismic data - Th 03/18, at 4:15pm, in room 36-112

**Lorenzo Rosasco**, Brain and cognitive sciences, MIT

Spectral Methods for Learning from High Dimensional Data - Th 03/25: Spring break

- We 04/07, at 4:15pm, in room 2-105 (special date, time, room)

**Liliana Borcea**, Computational and Applied Mathematics, Rice University

Source localization in random acoustic waveguides - Th 04/08, at 4:15pm, in room 36-112

**Mark Lyon**, Mathematics and Statistics, U of New Hamphsire

Efficient solution of PDEs on complex domains: Fourier Continuation - alternating direction methods - Th 04/15, at 4:15pm, in room 36-112

**Facundo Memoli**, Mathematics, Stanford

Characterization, stability and convergence of Hierarchical Clustering Schemes - Th 04/22, at 4:15pm, in room 36-112

**David Colton**, Mathematics, University of Delaware

Transmission Eigenvalues and Inverse Scattering Theory - Th 04/29, at 4:15pm, in room 36-112

**Birsen Yazici**, Mathematics, RPI

Passive Synthetic Aperture Imaging - We 05/05, at 4:00pm, in room 32-D463 (Stata center, D tower.)

Joint with the CSAIL Brains & Machines Seminar Series.

**Mauro Maggioni**, Mathematics, Duke

Intrinsic dimensionality estimation and multiscale geometry of data sets - Th 05/13, at 4:15pm, in room 36-112

**Eric Miller**, ECE, Tufts

Geometric Methods for Inverse Problems and Image Segmentation