HOME    »    PROGRAMS/ACTIVITIES    »    Annual Thematic Program
Talk Abstract
Bioelectric Field Imaging Problems: Modeling, Computation, and Visualization

Christopher R. Johnson, University of Utah

Computational bioelectric field problems often require a researcher to apply diverse skills in confronting problems involving very large data sets, three-dimensional complex geometries, large-scale computing, hefty amounts of numerical analysis, and visualization. In this talk, I will present an overview of these distinct, but interrelated aspects of large scale bioelectric field imaging problems, focusing on inverse problems in cardiology and neuroscience.

Back to Workshop Schedule

1996-1997 Mathematics in High Performance Computing

Connect With Us: