
May 1923, 2014
Department of Mathematics, Vanderbilt University
29th Shanks Lecturer Fields Medalist Jean Bourgain Institute for Advanced Study

BACKGROUND & SCOPE
Computational Harmonic Analysis is an area of mathematical analysis that has had a strong impact on many areas of science and engineering as well as in pure mathematics. New developments with a very broad spectrum of applications, such as wavelets, frames, sampling, learning theory, and compressed sensing have found their mathematical home in Computational Harmonic Analysis. This forum for interdisciplinary research is expected to continue for the foreseeable future.
TOPICS:
Topics include, but are not limited to, the following areas:
 Compressed sensing
 Frame theory
 Highdimensional data geometry
 Learning theory
 Mathematics of imaging
 Matrix completion
 Multifractals
 Novel methods for sampling and sensing networks
 Random matrix theory
 Timefrequency analysis
 Wavelet theory
 Xlet theory
Sponsors
Shanks Endowment, National Science Foundation, and Vanderbilt University
Conference Logo Designer: Carol Ashworth
