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FFT 2014 Schedule

The main events include a Distinguished Lecturer on Thursday afternoon; our Keynote speaker Thursday at 6:45 pm, followed by a light dinner reception on the second floor rotunda of the Mathematics building; and the Norbert Wiener Colloquium on Friday at 3:15 pm, followed by High Tea for all participants of the FFT.

Keynote Address (Thursday Evening): Nathan Crone (John Hopkins University Medical School)
Listening In on the Human Brain at Work

Norbert Wiener Colloquium (Friday Afternoon):Gerald Folland (University of Washington)
Time-Frequency Analysis and the Dark Side of Representation Theory

Norbert Wiener Center Distinguished Lecturer (Thursday Afternoon): Ron DeVore (Texas A&M)
Avoiding the curse of dimensionality in high dimensional problems



FFT 2014 Schedule

     Thursday Talks
February 20
   Friday Talks
February 21
         
    Morning speakers   Morning speakers
9:00-9:30  

Alexander Barg (University of Maryland)
New applications of harmonic analysis in combinatorics: Infinite associate schemes

  Sijue Wu (University of Michigan)
Some large time behaviors of surface water waves
9:45-10:15   Glenn Easley (The MITRE Corporation)
Compressive Sensing Super Resolution Camera
  Peter Balazs (Acoustics Research Institution)
Frames for Psychoacoustics: Erblet transform and perceptive sparsity
10:30-11:00   Gilbert Walter (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
Series of Chromatic Differences
  Youngmi Hur (John Hopkins University)
Multi-D wavelet construction using Quillen-Suslin theorem for Laurent polynomials
11:15-11:45   Louise Raphael (Howard University)
Generalized Theorems of Classical Denoising Methods on Graphs with an Application to Cancer Classification for Gene Expression Data
  Bradley Lucier (Purdue University)
A Statistics problem from spectroscopy that hints of compressive sensing

 

       
11:45-1:30   Lunch 11:45-1:00 Lunch
         
    Afternoon speakers   Afternoon speakers
      1:00-1:30 Vivek Goyal (Boston University)
First-Photon Imaging: Imaging by Estimation of Parametric Posson Processes
1:30-2:00   David Messinger (Rochester Institute of Technology)
A graphical operator framework for signature detection in hyperspectral imagery
1:45-2:15 Morten Nielsen (Aalborg University)
Shift invariant spaces and BMO
2:15-2:45   Jacqueline Le Moigne (NASA)
Multiscale representations for the analysis of multisource remote sensing imagery
2:30-3:00 Ioannis Konstantinidis (University of Houston)
Unclouding pollution maps

3:00-3:30

  Rajarshi Roy (University of Maryland)
Symmetries, cluster synchronization, and isolated desynchronization in complex networks
3:15-4:00

Norbert Wiener Colloquium
Gerald Folland (University of Washington)
Time-Frequency Analysis and the Dark Side of Representation Theory
(The Norbert Wiener Colloquium will be followed by High Tea)

4:00-4:50   Norbert Wiener Center Distinguished Lecturer
Ronald DeVore (Texas A&M University)
Avoiding the curse of dimensionality in high dimensional problems
 

 

5:00   Student poster sessions    
         
    Thursday Evening Program    
6:30   Introductory remarks by Scott Wolpert and Norbert Wiener Center Director, John J. Benedetto    
6:45   Keynote Speaker
Nathan Crone (John Hopkins University Medical School)
Listening in on the human brain at work

   
7:30   Social, Light Dinner, Refreshments    

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