One Day on Compressive Sensing
University of Bath, 1 June 2017
Compressive sensing is a powerful mathematical theory widely used in Statistics, Computer Science, Engineering and Physics. Central to this theory is that sparse quantities can be reconstructed using a small number of random measurements. Recent years have seen an explosion of research activities within this interdisciplinary field, and compressive sensing techniques have now become of key importance in signal processing applications, including medical and astronomical imaging.
Dr Silvia Gazzola, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Bath
The workshop is supported by an LMS ‘Celebrating New Appointments’ grant, the Institute for Mathematical Innovation, and the Faculty of Science at the University of Bath.
Standard delegate fee: £10, University of Bath staff/students: £5.00. The registration fee includes access to all the workshop talks, tea and coffee, buffet lunch and evening reception. Registration closes on Friday 12 May 2017. REGISTER NOW >>