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Once again the Norbert Wiener Center will be hosting a poster session on the first day of the conference. The poster session will be held on Thursday, February 21, 2013.

Poster Presentations

Ameya Agaskar, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Heat Kernels and and Uncertainty Principle on Graphs

Anneliese H Spaeth, Vanderbilt University, Huntingdon College
Positivity and Signal Representations

Armin Eftekhari, Colorado School of Mines
The Restricted Isometry Property for Block Diagonal Matrices

Aurèle Balavoine, Georgia Institute of Technology
Convergence speed of a dynamical system for sparse recovery

Christina Frederick, University of Texas at Austin
Representation of scale separated functions
Christopher Turnes, Georgia Tech
A Superfast Algorithm for Tikhonov Regularization of Toeplitz Systems

Chun-Kit Lai, McMaster University
Uniformity of measures with Fourier frames

Daniel Kaplan, Northwestern University
 The Spectrum of the Laplacian on Convex Polyhedra

Daniel Sussman, Johns Hopkins University
Wavelets for Space Archaeology

Dehui Yang, Colorado School of Mines
On projection matrix optimization for compressive sensing systems
Farras Abdelnour, Weill Cornell Medical College
Design of 5-band redundant sibling frames

Gongguo Tang, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Compressed sensing off the grid

Haichao Wang, UC Davis
Accurate detection of moving targets via random sensor arrays and Kerdock codes

Jacqueline Davis, Vanderbilt University
Dynamical sampling in l^2(Z): time-space trade-off

Jarod Hart, University of Kansas
A Multilinear Local T(b) Theorem for Square Functions

Kil H. Kwon, KAIST
Invariance and Periodic Oversampling in principal shift-invariant spaces

Kyung-Taek Lim, University of Massachusetts Lowell
A range characterization and the surjectivity of the spherical mean value operators in H^3 and H^5

Li M. Chen, UDC
Algorithms for Piecewise Discrete Harmonic Functions for 3D Objects

Lucas Chaffee, University of Kansas
Weighted multilinear square function bounds

Martial Longla, University of Cincinnati
On functional CLT for reversible Markov chains

Martin S. Copenhaver, Georgia Institute of Technology
Diagram vectors of frames and the tight frame scaling problem

Oren Raz, Weizmann Inst. Science
Vectorial Phase Retrieval

Peter Søndergaard, Austrian Academy of Sciences

Qaiser Jahan, Indian Statistical Institute Kolkata
Multiresolution analysis on local field of positive characteristic and characterization of scaling function

Rongrong Wang, University of Maryland
Conditions on random sub-dictionaries, coherence and sparse recovery

Roza Aceska, Vanderbilt University
Multi-Wilson Systems for Adaptive Time-Frequency Lattices

Sinuk Kang, Ecole Central Paris
Sampling expansion by the fractional Fourier duality

Surya Prasath, University of Missouri-Columbia
Efficient Splitting Techniques for Adaptive Total Variation based Image Decomposition

Tim Wertz, University of California, Davis
Localization of Matrix Factorizations

Toshinao Kagawa, Tokyo University of Science
Semi-classical limits of the Schrodinger kernels of Laplacians on the h-Heisenberg group

Weilin Li, Cornell University
Boundary Value Problems on a Half Sierpinski Gasket

Wenjing Liao, University of California, Davis
Phase retrieval with roughly known random phase masks

Yiran Li, Cornell University
Hodge-deRham Theory of K-Forms on Carpet Type Fractals

Zane Aldworth, NIH/NICHD
The effect of synchronous oscillations on information transmission rates in olfactory neurons






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