Prof. Dr. Ann Dooms
Postdoctoral Researcher/Part-time ZAP
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This semester, a weekly CAMP seminar on Mondays from 16-18 will be organized with topics including inverse problems and regularization (e.g. in medical imaging and seismic tomography), scalable image coding, watermarking, error correcting codes, ...
Monday 22nd February 2010, 16-18, 6G324
Title: Catching features with a lasso or an elastic net?
by Prof. Dr. Christine De Mol (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Dept Math and ECARES Vrije Universiteit Brussel, CAMP)
Christine De Mol holds a Ph.D. in Physics (1979) and a habilitation degree in Mathematical Physics (1992) from ULB. Since 1975, she has held several research positions with the Belgian National Fund for Scientific Research (FNRS) that she left in 1998 as a Honorary Research Director to become a full-time Professor at ULB. She has held several visiting positions (Universities of London, Rome, Montpellier, Paris-Sud, Genoa).Her research interests in applied mathematics include inverse problems, sparsity-enforcing regularization theory, wavelets and applications, learning theory, analysis and forecasting of time series, portfolio theory.
The first seminar in this series (Monday 15th February 2010, Pleinlaan 9 Marconi) was given by
In this presentation, we introduce the problem of robust watermarking,
The original Davey-MacKay construction is discussed, and our contributions
Everybody is cordially invited!