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February Fourier Talks 2016

Norbert Wiener Colloquium (Friday Afternoon):Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)
Geometric graph-based methods for high dimensional data

Norbert Wiener Center Distinguished Lecturer (Thursday Afternoon): Henry Landau (Columbia University)
Toeplitz Matrices: Theme and Variations

FFT 2016 Speakers

Judith Grabiner (Pitzer College) Mathematics and Culture: Geometry and Everything Else

Joel Tropp (Caltech) Universality laws for randomized dimension reduction.
Boris Gramatikov (JHU School of Medicine) Detecting central fixation by means of retinal birefringence scanning and time-frequency analysis
Kathy Merrill (Colorado College) Smooth well-localized Parseval wavelets based on simple wavelet sets
Alex Iosevich (University of Rochester) Point configurations inside thin subsets of Euclidean space
Richard G. Spencer (NIH) Application of the Multidimensional Inverse Laplace Transform and Compressed Sensing in Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry for Tissue Characterization.
Piya Pal (University of Maryland, College Park) Difference set sampling for Source Localization and Beyond
Robert Taylor (Mitre) Analog Coding: Knots, Tori, Tube Packing, and Why The Digital Era May Not Last Forever
Rodney Kerby (Morgan State University) Spectral Analysis in non-Archimedean Hilbert Spaces
Justin Romberg (Georgia Tech) Bilinear lifting for applications in signal processing
Azita Mayeli (CUNY, Queensborough and Graduate Center) The Fugelde conjecture holds in Zp2
Hassan Mansour (Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs) Multipath Removal by Online Blind Deconvolution in Through-the-Wall-Imaging
Amit Singer (Princeton) Solving the 3-D Puzzle of Rotation Assignment in Single Particle Cryo-Electron Microscopy
Deguang Han (University of Central Florida) Duality for Group Representation Frames
Ozgur Yilmaz (University of British Columbia) Near-optimal compression for compressed sensing


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Excursions in Harmonic Analysis:
The February Fourier Talks at the Norbert Wiener Center

Excursions in Harmonic Analysis, Volume 1 Excursions in Harmonic Analysis, Volume 2

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