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Tentative program of contributed talks, May 21, 2017. Program will be updated as information becomes available

All talks will be held in Science Hall 107..
Important: housing will be available for check-in 4 pm and 6 pm on Sunday, May 21
  • 1 pm - Seminar welcome
  • 1 pm-1:25pm Cheng Cheng, University of Central Florida, Phase retrieval in a shift-invariant space
  • 1:30 pm-1:55 pm Halyun Jeong, Courant Institute, Nonlinear Kaczmarz-type recovery algorithm for fast phase retrieval
  • 2:00 pm-2:25 pm Desai Cheng, University of Missouri-Columbia, Associating vectors in Cn with rank 2 projections in Rn
  • 2:30 pm-2:55 pm Bosu Choi, Michigan State University, Multi-dimensional Sublinear Sparse Fourier Algorithm
  • 3:00 pm - 3:25 pm: Sui Tang, Johns Hopkins University, Universal spatiotemporal sampling sets for discrete spatially invariant evolution processes
  • 3:30 pm - 3:55 pm: Ankit Parekh, University of Iowa, Bypassing the limits of L1 regularization: Convex non-convex optimization for signal processing
    4 pm - 6 pm: Break for housing registration
  • 6 pm-6:25 pm Anirudha Poria, University of Maryland and IIT-Guwahati, Some applications of Hilbert-Schmidt frames
  • 6:30pm-6:55 pm Behzad Jafari Rouhani, University of Texas El Paso, On the Strong Convergence of Some Proximal Point Algorithms
  • 7:00pm-7:25 pm Andrew Pownuk, UTEP, A Posteriori Error Bounds for Two Point Boundary Value Problem with Uncertain Parameters
    A light dinner will be served at the conclusion of the New mexico Analysis Seminar

(Last updated on May 21, 2017)