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Complex High-Dimensional Energy Landscapes
11 Sep 2017 - 15 Dec 2017 • Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM),, United States
Recent advances in computational resources and the development of high-throughput frameworks enable the efficient sampling of complicated multivariate functions such as energy and electronic property landscapes of inorganic, organic, biomolecular, and hybrid materials, and functional nanostructures. Combined with the recent focus on data science and the materials genome initiative, this leads to a rapidly growing need for numerical methods and a fundamental mathematical understanding of efficient sampling approaches, optimization techniques, hierarchical surrogate models and coarse graining techniques, and methods for uncertainty quantification. The goal of this long program is to bring together the scientific communities from pure and applied mathematics with computer science, materials science, chemistry, physics, and biomolecular science to advance the understanding of simulation, stochastic sampling and optimization methods for multidimensional energy landscapes.
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ICERM Semester Workshop: Waves and Imaging in Random Media
25 Sep 2017 - 29 Sep 2017 • Providence, United States
Wave propagation and imaging in complex media is an interdisciplinary area in applied mathematics, with roots in hyperbolic partial differential equations, probability theory, statistics, optimization, and numerical analysis. It has a wide range of applications, including not only radar and seismic reconstruction but also many others, such as laser beam propagation through clouds, light propagation through the atmosphere in astronomy, secure communications in scattering media, medical imaging, and nondestructive testing of materials. This workshop will present some of the latest advances in this area including wave propagation with time-dependent perturbations, source and reflector imaging in random media with sensor arrays, applications of random matrix theory for detection and imaging, imaging with cross correlation techniques, imaging with opportunistic or noise sources, applications of compressed sensing for imaging of sparse scenes, super-resolution in imaging, waves in novel media, e.g. metamaterials
Wave propagation and imaging, applied mathematics, hyperbolic, differential equations, probability theory, statistics, optimization, numerical analysis, radar and seismic reconstruction, laser beam, light propagation, source and reflector imaging, sensor arrays, matrix theory, metamaterials
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ICERM Semester Workshop: Mathematical and Computational Aspects of Radar Imaging
16 Oct 2017 - 20 Oct 2017 • Providence, United States
This workshop will bring together mathematicians and radar practitioners to address a variety of issues at the forefront of mathematical and computational research in radar imaging. Some of the topics planned include shadow analysis and exploitation, interferometry, polarimetry, micro-Doppler analysis, through-the-wall imaging, noise radar, compressive sensing, inverse synthetic-aperture radar, moving target identification, quantum radar, multi-sensor radar systems, waveform design, synthetic-aperture radiometry, passive sensing, tracking, automatic target recognition, over-the-horizon radar, ground-penetrating radar, and Fourier integral operators in radar imaging.
Radar practitioners, radar imaging, shadow analysis, interferometry, polarimetry, micro-Doppler analysis, through-the-wall-imaging, noise radar, compressive sensing, inverse synthetic-aperture radar, moving target identification, quantum radar, multi-sensor radar systems, waveform design, synthetic-aperture radiometry, passive sensing, automatic target recognition
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ICERM Semester Workshop: Recent Advances in Seismic Modeling and Inversion: From Analysis to Applications
06 Nov 2017 - 10 Nov 2017 • Providence, United States
This workshop will bring together academic and industrial researchers with the goal of addressing some of the key challenges in the analysis of seismic inverse problems, with emphases on reconstruction, big data and fast algorithms. We aim to facilitate interactions among scientists addressing all aspects of these problems, from analysts addressing such questions as stability and uniqueness through geophysicists developing new acquisition systems and applying cutting-edge ideas to field data sets. The workshop will place particular emphasis on fast algorithms that address the unique big-data requirements of seismic imaging from the reservoir to whole-Earth scale. Specific topics will include analysis of seismic inverse problems leading to reconstruction (iterative or direct) from finite data; emerging acquisition technologies; uncertainty quantification; big-data simulation; inversion and model reduction, including compressed sensing; fast solvers in frequency and time; anisotropy; and applications at a variety of scales.
seismic inverse problems, reconstruction, fast algorithms, seismic inverse problems leading to reconstruction, emerging acquisition technologies, uncertainty quantification, inversion and model reduction, fast solvers in frequency and time, anisotropy
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Memory Formation in Matter
02 Jan 2018 - 09 Mar 2018 • Santa Barbara, United States
Memory is the ability to encode, access, and erase signatures of history and typically requires broken symmetry or ergodicity. This program will develop the conceptual underpinnings for memory in materials and broader connections to science and math.
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ICERM Semester Workshop: Fast Algorithms for Generating Static and Dynamically Changing Point Configurations
12 Mar 2018 - 16 Mar 2018 • Providence, RI, United States
This workshop focuses on fast algorithms for the generation of high quality point configurations and meshes such as hierarchical schemes combined with energy or geometrical optimization techniques. Energy methods utilizing appropriate potentials for a prescribed density on a given manifold have been effective in generating point configurations with good covering and packing properties. These methods rely on efficient energy, gradient, and potential computations which can be achieved by hierarchical algorithms that model a system in a recursively compressed (low-rank or low-dimensional) form where information is transmitted non-locally on a hierarchical tree structure. Different aspects of this technique can be found in the classical FFT, multigrid, and fast multipole method (FMM), as well as the recently developed fast direct solvers, multilevel models in statistics, and convolutional neural networks in deep learning. Fast generation of point configurations and meshes for dynamically evolving systems is especially challenging. For example, in molecular dynamics simulations, the shape of the molecule changes at each time step, and many numerical methods require an underlying “mesh” (e.g., points in particle methods, or surface or volume elements in finite element and integral equation methods) at each time step. Among the essential considerations are the history dependency of the meshes for simulations where the mesh needs to be updated at each time step; coupling of the fast spatial algorithms with the state-of-the-art point and mesh generation tools; recursive algorithm implementation and parallelization; and applications in atmosphere, Earth, gravitational models, dynamics of biomolecular systems; fluid dynamics, and beyond.
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DCC — 2018 Data Compression Conference
27 Mar 2018 - 30 Mar 2018 • Snowbird, UT, United States
The Data Compression Conference (DCC) is an international forum for current work concerning data compression and related applications. The conference addresses not only compression methods for specific types of data (text, images, video, audio, medical and scientific data, graphics, web content, etc.), but also the use of techniques from information theory and data compression in networking, communications, and storage applications involving large datasets (including image and information mining, retrieval, archiving, backup, communications, and human-computer interface). Both theoretical and experimental work is of interest.
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ICERM Semester Workshop: Computation and Optimization of Energy, Packing, and Covering
09 Apr 2018 - 13 Apr 2018 • Providence, RI, United States
The packing and covering of equal geometric shapes, such as spheres or convex polyhedra, are classical geometric optimization problems. They have a long mathematical tradition and were for instance part of Hilbert's famous twenty-three problems for the 20th century. Nevertheless, seemingly simple packing and covering problems are still extremely hard to solve and generally, far from a solution. Likewise, minimal energy problems for pair potentials, of which best-packing is a special case, have many such unresolved questions. However, in recent years several new developments with computer assisted approaches have led to previously unexpected breakthrough results. These involve massive computer searches and techniques from numerical optimization, as well as the creation and application of new optimization techniques, such as specific semi-definite programming bounds. New techniques for computer assisted certified proofs allow one to obtain results that would otherwise have been difficult, if not impossible, to check.
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PMAPS — 2018 IEEE International Conference on Probabilistic Methods Applied to Power Systems
24 Jun 2018 - 28 Jun 2018 • Boise, ID, United States
The International Conference on Probabilistic Methods Applied to Power Systems cover all aspects of probabilistic and statistical modeling of power systems.
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Hamiltonian systems, from Topology to Applications through Analysis
13 Aug 2018 - 14 Dec 2018 • Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, United States
The interdisciplinary nature of Hamiltonian systems is deeply ingrained in its history. Therefore the program will bring together the communities of mathematicians with the community of practitioners, mainly engineers, physicists, and theoretical chemists who use Hamiltonian systems daily. The program will cover not only the mathematical aspects of Hamiltonian systems but also their applications, mainly in space mechanics, physics and chemistry. The mathematical aspects comprise celestial mechanics, variational methods, relations with PDE, Arnold diffusion and computation. The applications concern celestial mechanics, astrodynamics, motion of satellites, plasma physics, accelerator physics, theoretical chemistry, and atomic physics. The goal of the program is to bring to the forefront both the theoretical aspects and the applications, by making available for applications... (see website for more details).
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DS19 — SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems
19 May 2019 - 23 May 2019 • Snowbird, Utah, United States

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