If you are an advanced bachelor's student, you have the opportunity to work with Prof. King on one of two Research Experience 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 co-organizing a minisymposium "Algebra, Geometry, and Combinatorics of Subspace Packings" at the 2019 SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry, which will take place from July 9-13, 2019 in Bern, Switzerland. For more information, click here.
Jubilee of Fourier Analysis and Applications: A Conference Celebrating John Benedetto’s 80th Birthday, a conference co-organized by Prof. Emily King, has been selected as an Institue for Mathematics and its Applications PI Conference.
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 visit.
Prof. 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.