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Department of Mathematics

2019 Workshop on Nonlinear Approximation

Organized by the Math Department and the College of Arts and Sciences at UofSC.

Invited Speakers

  • Albert Cohen, Sorbonne Université
  • Ronald DeVore, Texas A&M University
  • Simon Foucart, Texas A&M University
  • Kamen Ivanov, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
  • George Kyriazis, University of Cyprus
  • Olga Mula, Paris Dauphine University
  • Thomas Vogt, University of South Carolina
  • Gerrit Welper, University of Central Florida

The lectures are held in Sumwalt 219 starting at 9:00 am each day. There will be a special event recognizing the contributions of Wolfgang Dahmen and Pencho Petrushev to the field of Nonlinear Approximation and UofSC.

Workshop Flyer

Workshop Flyer (PDF)

Friday, October 25, 2019

  • Nonlinear Reduced Models for Manifold Sensing
    Albert Cohen, Sorbonne Université
    Video
  • When Can We Say a Computational Algorithm Is Optimal
    Ronald DeVore, Texas A&M University
    Video
  • Solving the Neutron Transport Equation with Certified Error Control
    Olga Mula, Paris Dauphine University
    Video
  • Nonlinear n-Term Approximation in \( H^p, 0 < p < \infty \), and in BMO on the Sphere from Shifts of the Newtonian Kernel
    Kamen Ivanov, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
    Video

Saturday, October 26, 2019

  • Imaging Using Electrons
    Thomas Vogt, University of South Carolina
    Video
  • Sparse Recovery Techniques in Metagenomics
    Simon Foucart, Texas A&M University
  • Reduced Order Modelling for Hyperbolic PDE with Shock Collisions
    Gerrit Welper, University of Central Florida
  • Product Besov and Triebel-Lizorkin Spaces with Application to Nonlinear Approximation
    George Kyriazis, University of Cyprus
    Video

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