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Confirmed Speakers for FFT 2006

Robert Calderbank, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Applied and Computational Mathematics, Princeton University

Pete Casazza, Professor of Mathematics, University of Missouri-Columbia

Rama Chellappa, Minta Martin Professor of Engineering and Director, Center for Automation Research, University of Maryland

Victor Chen, Naval Research Laboratory

Ramani Duraiswami, Professor of Computer Science, University of Maryland

Christopher Heil, Professor of Mathematics, Georgia Institute of Technology

Garry Jacyna, The MITRE Corporation

Shubha Kadambe, HRL Laboratories, LLC

David Larson, Professor of Mathematics, Texas A&M University

Patrick O'Shea, Chair, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland

Carey Priebe, Professor of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Johns Hopkins University

Eitan Tadmor, Professor of Mathematics and Director, Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling, University of Maryland

Anthony Teolis, Naval Research Laboratory

Pankaj Topiwala, President and CEO, FastVDO LLC

Yang Wang, Professor of Mathematics, Georgia Institute of Technology

Guido Weiss, Professor of Mathematics, Washington University in St. Louis

Topics include:

* Advanced video coding
* Complexity theory
* Fast Multipole Methods
* FM Perturbation due to near-identity Systems
* Frame theory and erasures
* Modulation spaces
* Nanotechnology
* Netted sensors
* Nonlinear adaptive filtering
* PDEs and image processing
* Sigma-Delta quantization
* Time-Frequency analysis
* Wavelet theory

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