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Talks

Date Title / Speaker Event
January 30, 2001 Retrieval of Images of People from the Web
Clement Yu (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Digital Libraries-Data Modeling and Representation
January 30, 2001 Multimedia Database Management Systems: A Perspective
Arif Ghafoor (Purdue University)
Digital Libraries-Data Modeling and Representation
January 29, 2001 A Decision-theoretic View of Image Retrieval
Nuno Vasconcelos (Schlumberger Cambridge Research)
Digital Libraries-Data Modeling and Representation
January 29, 2001 Network Source Codes in Digital Libraries
Michelle Effros (California Institute of Technology)
Digital Libraries-Data Modeling and Representation
January 29, 2001 Gauss Mixture Vector Quatization for Compression, Classification, and Modeling
Robert Gray (Stanford University)
Digital Libraries-Data Modeling and Representation
January 29, 2001 The Intensity JND Comes from Poisson Neural Noise: Implications for Image Coding
Jont Allen (AT&T Laboratories - Research)
Digital Libraries-Data Modeling and Representation
January 29, 2001 Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Michael Orchard (Rice University)
Digital Libraries-Data Modeling and Representation
January 26, 2001 Perceptual Coding - A Tutorial on Methods and Problems (continued)
Jim Johnston (AT&T Laboratories - Research)
Digital Libraries
January 26, 2001 Perceptual Coding - A Tutorial on Methods and Problems
Jim Johnston (AT&T Laboratories - Research)
Digital Libraries
January 25, 2001 Data Modeling for Digital Libraries
Shashi Shekhar (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Digital Libraries
January 25, 2001 Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Digital Libraries
January 19, 2001 Using the Picard Contraction Mapping to Solve Problems in ODEs
Herb Kunze (University of Guelph)
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 19, 2001 Fractal Vector-Measures on Fractals
Franklin Mendivil (Acadia University)
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 19, 2001 On the Statistics of Dimension: Multi-fractalsand Fractal Modulation
Martin Turner (De Montfort University)
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 19, 2001 A Lagrangian Cost Model for a Fractal Transform Compressor
Lyman Hurd (MediaBin, Inc.)
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 19, 2001 Windows on a Parallel Universe: Exploring Fractal Planets
Ken Musgrave (Pandromeda)
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 18, 2001 TBA
Jacques Levy-Vehel (Institut National de Recherche en Informatique Automatique (INRIA))
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 18, 2001 Fractal Techniques in Image Segmentation
Ning Lu (Advanced Digital Imaging Laboratories, Inc.)
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 18, 2001 Fractals in Multimedia Imaging: From Compression to Image Indexing to Watermarking
Jean-Luc Dugelay (Institut EURECOM)
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 18, 2001 From Fractal Interpolation Functions to Wavelets: The HD Problem for Refinable Functions
Doug Hardin (Vanderbilt University)
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 18, 2001 IFS with Place-Dependent Probabilities
John Elton (Georgia Institute of Technology)
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 18, 2001 Lossless Fractal Compression Using IFS
Michael Barnsley (University of Melbourne)
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 17, 2001 From Fractal Image Compression to Fractal-based Methods in Mathematics
Edward Vrscay (University of Waterloo)
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 17, 2001 Fast Local Search for Fractal Image Compression
Raouf Hamzaoui (Universität Leipzig)
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 17, 2001 The State of the Art in Pure Fractal Compression
Dietmar Saupe (Universität Leipzig)
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 17, 2001 A Web-Based Fractal Geometry Course for Non-Science Students
Michael Frame (Union College-Union University)
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 17, 2001 Fractals in Multimedia
Vicki Fegers (School Board of Broward County, Florida), Mary Johnson (School Board of Broward County, Florida)
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 17, 2001 Introduction
Michael Barnsley (University of Melbourne), Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
IMA Minisymposium: Fractals in Mutimedia
January 13, 2001 Rupture of Thin Viscous Films and Threads by van der Waals Forces: Evolution and Self-similarity
Dmitri Vaynblat (California Institute of Technology)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 13, 2001 Nonlinear Stability of Electrified Liquid Sheets
Burt Tilley (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 13, 2001 Theory of Electrically Forced Jets
Michael Brenner (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 13, 2001 Electrospinning
Gregory Rutledge (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 13, 2001 Air Entrainment Through Free-Surface Cusps homepage paper(ps)
Jens Eggers (Universität Duisburg-Essen)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 12, 2001 Theory of Selective Wthdrawal
Wendy Zhang (Harvard University)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 12, 2001 Snakes Eating Elephants: Using Selective Withdrawal to Coat Micro Particles
Itai Cohen (University of Chicago)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 12, 2001 Spreading of Surfactant Solutions
Anne-Marie Cazabat (Collège de France)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 12, 2001 Unconventional Impacts (Bouncing Drops and Capture by a Small Fiber)
David Quéré (École Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles de la Ville de Paris (ESPCI))
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 12, 2001 Dewetting Films: Bifurcations and Concentrations
Andrea Bertozzi (Duke University)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 12, 2001 Numerical Methods for Modeling Microscale Jetting
Mark Sussman (Florida State University)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 12, 2001 Drop Formation: From Dripping to Drop-on-demand Drop Production and Analysis Through Computation and Ultra High-speed Visualization
Osman Basaran (Purdue University)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 12, 2001 The Formation of Droplets in Microscale Jetting Devices
Gerry Puckett (University of California)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 11, 2001 On the Deposition of Monodispersed Molten Microdroplets in Industrial Jetting Processes
Dimos Poulikakos (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 11, 2001 Fluid Pipes
John Bush (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 11, 2001 Soap-film Pinchoff as a Prototype: What Do We Learn?
Paul Steen (Cornell University)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 11, 2001 Nanojets (simulations)
Uzi Landman (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 11, 2001 Droplet Size Effects for Liquid Crystalline Polymers in a Flexible Polymer Matrix
Morton Denn (City College, CUNY)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 11, 2001 Viscoelastic Filament Dynamics: Exact Solutions and Instabilities
Andrew Belmonte (The Pennsylvania State University)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 11, 2001 Numerical Simulation and Modeling of Non-Newtonian Multiphase Liquids
Pushpendra Singh (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 11, 2001 Newtonian and Non-Newtonian Films Coating the Outside of a Rotating Cylinder
Jacqueline Ashmore (Harvard University)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 11, 2001 Breakup of Newtonian and Viscoelastic Jets
Michael Renardy (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 11, 2001 Non-Newtonian Fluid Rheology and Its Role in Thread Breakup
Gareth Mckinley (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 10, 2001 Effects of Surfactants on Rayleigh Instability
John Lister (University of Cambridge)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 10, 2001 Tip Streaming Instabilities for Slender Axisymmetric Bubbles with Surfactant: an Asymptotic Approach
Michael Siegel (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 10, 2001 3D Numerical Simulation of a Phase Change
Damir Juric (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 10, 2001 Microboiling and Picojetting
John Andrews (Xerox Corporation)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 10, 2001 TBA
Emanuel Sachs (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 10, 2001 Ink-jet Printing of Materials for Light-Emitting Displays: the Stability of Printed Liquid Lines
Paul Duineveld (Philips Research Laboratory)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 10, 2001 Ink-Jet Applications, Physics and Modeling - and Industrial/Applied Research View
David Wallace (MicroFab Technologies, Inc.)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
January 10, 2001 Introduction
Michael Brenner (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Analysis and Modeling of Industrial Jetting Processes
December 08, 2000 Fiber Devices Drive the Optical Networking Revolution
Benjamin Eggleton (Alcatel-Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories)
Fiber Devices Drive the Optical Networking Revolution - Benjamin J. Eggleton (Bell Labs Lucent Technologies)
December 05, 2000 TBA
Chris Caplice (Logistics.com)
Mathematics of the Internet E-Auctions and Markets
December 05, 2000 Equilibria in Electric Power Exchange Auction Markets
John Birge (Northwestern University)
Mathematics of the Internet E-Auctions and Markets
December 05, 2000 Airline Revenue Management and e-Markets
Garrett van Ryzin (Columbia University)
Mathematics of the Internet E-Auctions and Markets
December 04, 2000 Public Lecture: The Other Side of the (e-Commerce) Fence


Robert Weber (Northwestern University)
Mathematics of the Internet E-Auctions and Markets
December 04, 2000 Last Minute Bidding and the Rules for Ending Second Price Auctions: Theory and Evidence from a Natural Experiment on the Internet
Alvin Roth (Harvard University)
Mathematics of the Internet E-Auctions and Markets
December 04, 2000 Pricebot Dynamics
Suzhou Huang (Ford Motor Company)
Mathematics of the Internet E-Auctions and Markets
December 04, 2000 Dynamic Pricing by Software Agents
Jeffrey Kephart (IBM)
Mathematics of the Internet E-Auctions and Markets
December 04, 2000 Examples of Complex Marketplaces: Customers, Models and Solution Methods
Brenda Dietrich (IBM)
Mathematics of the Internet E-Auctions and Markets
December 03, 2000 Pricing of Multiple Services in Telecommunications Networks With Quality of Service Guarantees
G. Anandalingam (University of Maryland)
Mathematics of the Internet E-Auctions and Markets
December 03, 2000 Optimal Mechanism Design for Internet Auctions
John Ledyard (California Institute of Technology)
Mathematics of the Internet E-Auctions and Markets
December 03, 2000 Putting Auction Theory to Work: Ascending Auctions with Package Bidding
Paul Milgrom (Stanford University)
Mathematics of the Internet E-Auctions and Markets
December 03, 2000 Modeling Opportunities in Auctions
Michael Rothkopf (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey)
Mathematics of the Internet E-Auctions and Markets
December 03, 2000 Combinatorial Auctions: A Survey
Rakesh Vohra (Northwestern University)
Mathematics of the Internet E-Auctions and Markets
December 03, 2000 Introduction
Brenda Dietrich (IBM), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Fadil Santosa
Mathematics of the Internet E-Auctions and Markets
December 01, 2000 Circuit Modeling
Kevin Kerns (Synopsys - Europe)
Circuit Modeling - Kevin Kern (Avanti Corporation)
November 17, 2000 Relative Critical Sets and Ridges Sets of Functions
Jason Miller (Truman State University)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 17, 2000 Image Segmentation Using Integrate-and-Fire Oscillators
Mohamed Ben Rhouma (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 17, 2000 Probabilities and Statistics on Riemannian Manifolds: Basic Tools for Geometric Measurements
Xavier Pennec (Institut National de Recherche en Informatique Automatique (INRIA))
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 17, 2000 Face Recognition and Verification in Still and Video Images
Rama Chellappa (University of Maryland)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 17, 2000 Coffee Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 16, 2000 Expectation-based, Multi-focal, Saccadic (EMS-) Vision. (A System for Understanding Dynamic Scenes Observed from a Moving Platform)
Ernst Dickmanns (Universität (Hochschule) der Bundeswehr München)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 16, 2000 Symmetry Maps and Transforms for Perceptual Organization and Object Recognition
Benjamin Kimia (Brown University)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 16, 2000 Metrics, Shapes and Deformations
Laurent Younes (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS))
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 16, 2000 Measuring the Convexity of Shapes
Davi Geiger (New York University)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 15, 2000 Tackling Visual Complexity by Statistical Learning and Stochastic Computing
Song Zhu (The Ohio State University)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 15, 2000 What is the Space of Shapes and What Can We Do With It?
David Mumford (Brown University)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 15, 2000 Shedding Light on Illumination
Peter Belhumeur (Yale University)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 15, 2000 Local Symmetries and Segmentaton of Shapes
Jayant Shah (Northeastern University)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 15, 2000 Statistical Shape Analysis in High-Level Vision
Ian Dryden (University of Nottingham)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 14, 2000 Panel Discussion Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 14, 2000 A Neural Architecture for Learning, Detecting and Recognizing Objects
Yali Amit (University of Chicago)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 14, 2000 The Influence of High Level Vision on Early Visual Processing in the Brain
Tai-Sing Lee (Carnegie-Mellon University)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 14, 2000 Neural and Psychophysical Aspects of Visual Shape Recognition
Irving Biederman (University of Southern California)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 14, 2000 How Folds Cut a Scene
Steven Zucker (Yale University)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 13, 2000 Order Parameters for Detecting Target Curves in Images: When Does High Level Knowledge Help?
Alan Yuille (The Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 13, 2000 Unsupervised Learning of Models for Object Recognition
Pietro Perona (California Institute of Technology)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 13, 2000 Coarse-to-Fine Object Detection
Donald Geman (University of Massachusetts)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 13, 2000 Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Peter Olver (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Image Analysis and High Level Vision
November 10, 2000 Scoliosis and Modelling the Spine
Roy Adler (IBM)
Scoliosis and Modelling the Spine - Roy Adler (IBM Watson Research Center)
November 03, 2000 Closing Remarks
Mark Johnson (Brown University), Sanjeev Khudanpur (Johns Hopkins University), Roni Rosenfeld (Carnegie-Mellon University)
Mathematical Foundations of Natural Language Modeling

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