D. Ponomarev (TU Vienna), Asymptotic solutions of integral convolution equations on large or small intervals under weak kernel assumptions

Next June 24, 10.30 am, talk at Factas seminar (room Coriolis / Galois) by Dmitry Ponomarev Institute of Analysis & Scientific Computing, Vienna University of Technology (TU Vienna) Title: Asymptotic solutions of integral convolution equations on large or small intervals under weak kernel assumptions Abstract: One-dimensional convolution integral equations with…

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Habilitation defence of Fabien Seyfert: Analytical methods for the conception and tuning of microwave devices, Wednesday 6th of February, 14h00, Salle Euler Violet

Habilitation of Fabien Seyfert, Wednesday 6th of February, 14h00, Salle Euler Violet, Inria Sophia Antipolis. Title: Analytical methods for the conception and tuning of microwave devices. Abstract: In this presentation I will expose part of the work I’ve been pursuing since my appointment at Inria in 2001. Passive microwave devices…

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Axel Ringh (KTH), The multidimensional rational covariance extension problems, July 3, 2018, 14h, salle Coriolis – Galois

The rational covariance extension problem is a trigonometric moment problem with several important applications in systems and control, for example in spectral estimation and system identification. The problem, which was originally posed by R.E. Kalman, has been extensively studied in the literature and can be solved using convex optimization. The…

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Axel Ringh (KTH), Optimal mass transport as a distance measure between images, June 21 2018

Abstract The optimal mass transport problem is a geometric framework for how to transport masses in an optimal way. Historically it has had large impact in economic theory and operations research, and recently it has also gained significant interest in application areas such as signal processing, image processing, and machine…

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Exposé de Marion Darbas (Université de Picardie, Amiens), le jeudi 15 mars, 10h, Inria Sophia, salle à préciser. Titre: « Ondes électromagnétiques et applications médicales: EEG chez le nouveau-né et diagnostic d’AVC ».

Résumé: Je présenterai dans cet exposé des résultats liés à deux applications en imagerie cérébrale qui utilisent la propagation des ondes électromagnétiques. La première concerne l’étude de l’électroencéphalographie (EEG) chez le nouveau-né et l’impact des fontanelles. La seconde pose la question du diagnostic d’Accidents Vasculaires Cérébraux par imagerie micro-ondes. Pour…

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