Welcome to the Homepage of the Research Group
Computational Data Analysis
Bachelors and Masters students at Uni Bremen who are interested in
working in frame theory, signal and image processing, harmonic
analysis (including Fourier, wavelet, shearlet, and Gabor analysis),
neural networks, and low complexity modeling are encouraged to
contact Prof. King about potential projects. There are currently no open funded positions within the group.
If you are an advanced bachelor's student, you have the opportunity to work
with Prof. King on one of two
for Undergraduates projects,
Frames and Optimal Packings (more theoretical) or
Different Regression Analysis Techniques Applied to Anscombe's Quartet
(more applied). Please contact her directly if you are interested.
Prof. Emily King is the co-spokesperson (with Prof. Dr.
Ralf Bachmayer) for the University of Bremen for the recently approved
research school called called Helmholtz School for Marine Data Science
(MarDATA). This is a data science school in marine sciences, oceanography,
deep-sea observations, robotics, bioinformatics, supercomputer, and big data
statistics. The involved institutions are GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean
Research Kiel, Alfred-Wegener-Institute (AWI), Kiel University, University
of Bremen, and Jacobs University Bremen.
Computational Data Analysis welcomes Prof. Ilya Krishtal
from Northern Illinois University for a research visit November 26-27, 2018.
Sören Schulze will be visiting Monika Dörfler at the
University of Vienna from November 26 - December 7, 2018 for a research
Prof. Dr. Emily King will be speaking at
SampTA in Bordeaux, which
will take place from July 8-12, 2019.
We congratulate Dr. Rafael Reisenhofer on his successful
doctoral defense as well as the fellowship he was awarded as part of the
Lise-Meitner-Programm and wish him all the best for his project "Depth and
discriminability in deep learning architectures" with Philipp Grohs at the
University of Vienna.
Computational Data Analysis welcomes Prof. Dustin Mixon from Ohio State University for a research visit June 9 - 12, 2018. He will give a talk on "A semidefinite relaxation of k-means clustering" at 4:15 pm on Monday, June 11 in MZH 7200. He will also give the weekly Mathematisches Kolloquium talk at 4:00 pm on Tuesday, June 12 in MZH 6210. The colloquium talk is entitled "Open problems in finite frame theory: Packings in projective spaces"; more info may be found here.
Prof. Emily King is co-organizing a Special Session "Low Complexity Models in Data Analysis and Machine Learning" at the 2019 Joint Mathematics Meetings, which will take place January 16-19, 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. For more information, click here.
Prof. Emily King is co-organizing an Oberwolfach Mini-Workshop "Algebraic, Geometric, and Combinatorial Methods in Frame Theory," which will take place on September 30 - October 6, 2018 at the Mathematical Research Institute of Oberwolfach in Oberwolfach, Germany. For more information, click here
Prof. Emily King will be giving a talk at the DMS Colloquium at Auburn University at 4:00 p.m. on March 30, 2018. The title of the talk will be "(Hilbert Space) Frames, Algebraic Combinatorics, and Geometry." For more information, click here
Prof. Dustin Mixon (Ohio State University) wrote a nice blog post
about Tight Frames and Approximation 2018
, held February 20-23 at Taipa, New Zealand. The write-up includes a summary of the talk Prof. Emily King gave there.
Rafael Reisenhofer is co-organizing a Young
Researcher Minisymposium "YRM4: Mathematical theory of deep learning" at the
90th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics
and Mechanics (GAMM), which will take place on February 18-22, 2019 in
Vienna, Austria. For more information, click
Prof. Emily King will be giving a talk at the Lothar-Collatz-Kolloquium für Angewandte Mathematik at the University of Hamburg at 5:15 p.m. on February 1, 2018. The title of the talk will be "Shearlet Theory and Applications." For more information, click here
Prof. Emily King will be giving the colloquium talk at the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research at 2 p.m. on January 17, 2018. The title of the talk will be "Optimal Representation Systems and Sparsity." For more information, click here
Computational Data Analysis welcomes Dr. E. J. Bekkers
from the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven for a research visit January 10 - 12, 2018. He will be speaking at 2 p.m. on January 11 in MZH 4140.