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Department of Mathematics, University of California  Berkeley 

Department of Mathematics, University of Maryland, and Microsystems Technology Office, DARPA 
Modern technical means coupled with state of the art mathematics are promising to provide quantitative imaging information about structures and phenomena long assumed to be inaccessible to imaging. This worskhop will consider the mathematical enablers required as imaging pushes to the new frontiers including imaging the electron wave functions of atoms and molecules, mapping single electron spins in a semiconductor or macromolecule, and fathoming the spatiotemporal state of huge distributed networks such as the internet or power grids. Specific modalities to be studied include network tomography; molecular, nanoscale, and quantum state imaging, magnetic resonance force microscopy; and cryogenic xray tomography. We also consider the mathematical approaches to building information from the synthesis and fusion of multiple imaging modalities.
Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday   

Monday November 07, 2005  
9:00am9:30am  Registration and coffee  EE/CS 3176  
9:30am9:45am  Welcome to the IMA  Douglas Arnold (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)  EE/CS 3180 
9:45am10:30am  Opening remarks  F. Alberto Grunbaum (University of California, Berkeley) Dennis Healy (University of Maryland)  EE/CS 3180 
10:30am11:00am  coffee  EE/CS 3176  
11:00am12:00pm  Compressive Imaging: A New Framework for Computational Image Processing  Richard Baraniuk (Rice University)  EE/CS 3180 
12:00pm2:00pm  lunch  
2:00pm3:00pm  The Compressive Optical MONTAGE Photography Initiative  David Brady (Duke University)  EE/CS 3180 
3:00pm3:30pm  coffee  EE/CS 3176  
3:30pm4:00pm  Second Chances: Questions and round table on compressive sensing  EE/CS 3180  
4:00pm4:10pm  Group Photo  
4:15pm5:30pm  Reception and poster sessionLind Hall 400  
Tuesday November 08, 2005  
9:15am9:30am  coffee  EE/CS 3176  
9:30am10:30am  Tracking Normality in Networks  Mark Coates (McGill University)  EE/CS 3180 
10:30am11:00am  coffee  EE/CS 3176  
11:00am12:00pm  Drawing power law networks using a local/global decomposition  Fan Chung Graham (University of California, San Diego)  EE/CS 3180 
12:00pm2:00pm  lunch  
2:00pm3:00pm  Applications of femtosecond laser pulse shaping to deep tissue imaging  Warren Warren (Duke University)  EE/CS 3180 
3:00pm3:30pm  coffee  EE/CS 3176  
3:30pm4:00pm  Second chances  EE/CS 3180  
Wednesday November 09, 2005  
9:15am9:30am  coffee  EE/CS 3176  
9:30am10:30am  Inversion of Autocorrelation Functions  James Fienup (University of Rochester)  EE/CS 3180 
10:30am11:00am  coffee  EE/CS 3176  
11:00am12:00pm  Emerging Techniques for Solving NPComplete Problems in Mathematics, Biology, Engineering ... and Physics  John Sidles (University of Washington)  EE/CS 3180 
12:00pm2:00pm  lunch  
2:00pm3:00pm  Adaptive manipulation of objects in Hilbert Space via strong field lasers  Robert Levis (Temple University)  EE/CS 3180 
3:00pm3:30pm  coffee  EE/CS 3176  
3:30pm4:00pm  Second chances  EE/CS 3180  
4:15pm5:30pm  Poster session (same posters as on Monday)  Lind Hall 400  
6:30pm8:00pm  Workshop Dinner (sign up by noon Tuesday)  Loring Pasta Bar  
Thursday November 10, 2005  
9:15am9:30am  coffee  EE/CS 3176  
9:30am10:30am  Imaging with Wireless Sensor Networks  Robert Nowak (University of Wisconsin, Madison)  EE/CS 3180 
10:30am11:00am  coffee  EE/CS 3176  
11:00am12:00pm  Multiterminal Network Tomography  Laura Matusevich (Texas A & M University)  EE/CS 3180 
12:00pm2:00pm  lunch  
2:00pm3:00pm  Tomography problems on graphs  George Michailidis (University of Michigan)  EE/CS 3180 
3:00pm3:30pm  coffee  EE/CS 3176  
3:30pm4:00pm  Second Chances: Questions and round table discussion  EE/CS 3180  
Friday November 11, 2005  
8:45am9:00am  coffee  EE/CS 3176  
9:00am10:00am  Thermoacoustic Tomography  Reconstruction of Data Measured under Clinical Constraints  Sarah Patch (University of Wisconsin)  EE/CS 3180 
10:00am10:30am  coffee  EE/CS 3176  
10:30am11:30am  3D Optics  George Barbastathis (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)  EE/CS 3180 
11:30am1:00pm  lunch  
1:00pm2:00pm  Imager design using object space prior knowledge  Mark Neifeld (University of Arizona)  EE/CS 3180 
2:00pm2:30pm  Second Chances: discussion of multidomain optimization in imaging systems.  EE/CS 3180 
NAME  DEPARTMENT  AFFILIATION 

Yahya AlHarthi  Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Jung_Ha An  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Fredrik Andersson  Department of Mathematics  Lund University 
Douglas Arnold  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Donald Aronson  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Elias Ayana  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities  
Xue Bai  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities  
Richard Baraniuk  Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  Rice University 
George Barbastathis  Department of Mechanical Engineering  Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Evgeniy Bart  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Francisco BlancoSilva  Department of Mathematics  Purdue University 
Brett Borden  Department of Physics  Naval Postgraduate School 
David Brady  Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  Duke University 
Robert Burridge  Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences  Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Jin Cao  Bell Laboratories  AlcatelLucent Technologies Bell Laboratories 
QianYong Chen  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Margaret Cheney  Department of Mathematical Sciences  Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 
Hyeong Choi  Department of Mathematical Sciences  Seoul National University 
Fan Chung Graham  Department of Mathematics  University of California, San Diego 
Giulio Ciraolo  Dipartimento di matematica Ulisse Dini  Università di Firenze 
Dana Clahane  Department of Mathematics  University of California, Riverside 
Mark Coates  Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  McGill University 
Douglas Cochran  School of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering  Arizona State University 
Adela Comanici  Department of Mathematics  University of Houston 
Steven Damelin  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  Georgia Southern University 
Anthony Devaney  Department of Electrical Engineering  Northeastern University 
Brian DiDonna  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Minh Do  Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign 
Fariba Fahroo  Department of Computational Mathematics  US Air Force Research Laboratory 
Yi Fang  Department of Mathematics  Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 
James Fienup  Institute of Optics  University of Rochester 
Michael Gehm  Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  Duke University 
Tryphon Georgiou  Department of Electrical Engineering  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
F. Alberto Grunbaum  Department of Mathematics  University of California, Berkeley 
Changfeng Gui  Department of Mathematics  University of Connecticut 
Jooyoung Hahn  Division of Applied Mathematics  Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) 
Hazem Hamdan  School of Mathematics  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Gloria Haro Ortega  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Dennis Healy  Department of Mathematics  University of Maryland 
Alfred Hero  Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science  University of Michigan 
Michael Hofer  Department of Mathematics and Geoinformation  Technische Universität Wien 
John Hoffman  Tactical Systems  Lockheed Martin 
Xiang Huang  Department of Mathematics  University of Connecticut 
Xiaoming Huo  School of Industrial and Systems Engineering  Georgia Institute of Technology 
Sookyung Joo  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Taufiquar Khan  Department of Mathematics  Clemson University 
Hamid Krim  Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  North Carolina State University 
Matthias Kurzke  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
SongHwa Kwon  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
ChangOck Lee  Department of Mathematical Sciences  Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) 
Jim Leger  Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Robert Levis  Department of Chemistry  Temple University 
Debra Lewis  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Hstau Liao  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Bradley Lucier  Department of Mathematics  Purdue University 
Russell Luke  Department of Mathematical Sciences  University of Delaware 
Alison Malcolm  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Laura Matusevich  Department of Mathematics  Texas A & M University 
Kai Medville  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
George Michailidis  Department of Statistics  University of Michigan 
Steen Moeller  Department of Radiology  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Jose Moura  Department of Electrical Engineering  Carnegie Mellon University 
Mark Neifeld  Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  University of Arizona 
Robert Nowak  Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  University of Wisconsin, Madison 
Peter Olver  School of Mathematics  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Winston Ou  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Victor Palamodov  School of Mathematical Sciences  Tel Aviv University 
Sarah Patch  Department of Physics  University of Wisconsin 
Nikos Pitsianis  Department of Computer Science  Duke University 
Gregory Randall  Instituto de Ingenieria Electrica  University of the Republic 
Rosemary Renaut  Department of Mathematics & Statistics  Arizona State University 
Walter Richardson  Department of Mathematical Sciences  University of Texas 
Dmitri Romanov  Department of Physics  Temple University 
Anwar Saleh  Department of Mathematics  University of Bahrain 
Fadil Santosa  School of Mathematics  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Guillermo Sapiro  Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Arnd Scheel  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Timothy Schulz  Department of Electrical Engineering  Michigan Technological University 
Kevin Schweiker  General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems  
Tom Scofield  Department of Mathematics & Statistics  Calvin College 
ShagiDi Shih  Department of Mathematics  University of Wyoming 
John Sidles  Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine  University of Washington 
Tatiana Soleski  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Xiaobai Sun  Department of Computer Science  Duke University 
Vladimir Sverak  School of Mathematics  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Jared Tanner  Department of Statistics  Stanford University 
Alan Thomas  Department of Mathematical Sciences  Clemson University 
Carl Toews  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Jingyue Wang  Department of Mathematics  Purdue University 
Xiaoqiang Wang  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
YuPing Wang  Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science  University of Missouri 
Warren Warren  Gross Chemical Labs  Duke University 
Rebecca Willett Lu  Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  Duke University 
Hong Xiao  Department of Mathematics  University of California, Davis 
Jinjun Xu  Department of Mathematics  University of California, Los Angeles 
JeongRock Yoon  Department of Mathematical Sciences  Clemson University 
Ofer Zeitouni  School of Mathematics  University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 
Meijun Zhu  Department of Mathematics  University of Oklahoma 
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