马坚伟 中国
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所在学科 数学
永久地址 http://homepage.hit.edu.cn/jma

Jianwei Ma

Distinguished Professor, Vice Dean

Department of Mathematics

Harbin Institute of Technology

Harbin 150001, China

Chinese Homepage

Contact

 Email: jma@hit.edu.cn

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SPOC 2013 (Int. Conf. Signal Processing, Optimization and Compressed Sensing), Dec. 27-31, 2013
发布时间:2013-12-17
简单介绍:

SPOC 2013----
2013 International workshop on Signal Processing, Optimization and Compressed Sensing
December 27-31, 2013, Harbin, China.


About SPOC 2013

Harbin is a very unique place for winter with splendid ice sculptures, and this workshop is also very unique in the sense that we only invite Chinese-speaking active young researchers and the focus is completely application-driven although the nature is quite inter disciplinary. We had our first one of this series in University of Science and Technology in China last year, which was very successful. This year, we again aim at making this series of workshop small-scale but very efficient in communication; and we hope to have real efficient interactions with graduate students in addition to ourselves.

The local organizer will organize a short but very fantastic tour nearby; and thus make the workshop very relaxed. Basically, the local organizer will cover all local expenses for invited speakers.

The SPOC 2013 workshop is sponsored by Harbin Institute of Technology, Operations Research Society of China, China Society for Industry and Applied Mathematics (CSIAM).

 

重要通知:SPOC2013 会议欢迎所有感兴趣的同事和学生参加,如果您有此计划,请于12月15号前联系会务组(xrshi@hit.edu.cn),以方便我们更好地为您服务。


Organizing Committee:

Jianwei Ma
     Harbin Institute of Technology

Zaiwen Wen
     Peking University

Wotao Yin
     University of California, Los Angeles

Xiaoming Yuan
     Hongkong Baptist University


Invited Speakers:

Jing-feng Cai
     University of Iowa

Xiaohao Cai

     University of Kaiserslautern

Rongjie Lai
     University of California, Irvine

Guanghui Lan
     University of Florida

Yue M. Lu

      Harvard University

Zhaosong Lv

     Simon Fraser University

Xin Liu
     Chinese Academy of Sciences

Shiqian Ma
     Chinese University of Hongkong

Yilun Wang
     University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

Ming Yan

     University of California, Los Angeles

Yuan Yao
     Peking University

Ming Yuan

     University of Wisconsin, Madison

Hongchao Zhang
     Louisiana State University

Xiaoqun Zhang
     Shanghai Jiaotong Unversity

Xiaoxiang Zhu
     German Aerospace Center

 

Student Session:

Chenglong Bao

     National University of Singapore

Qian Dong

     Chinese Academy of Sciences

Qiaoqiao Ding

    Shanghai Jiaotong University

Xinxin Li

    Hongkong Baptist University

Jiulong Liu

   Shanghai Jiaotong University

Hairong Wang

    Harbin Institute of Technology

Kun Yuan

    University of California, Los Angeles

 

 

Registration:

Except invited speakers, all participants attending the conference are required to register. The Registration Fee includes conference program, lunches, dinners, banquet, and a 2-day tour (opional).

 

Technical Program:

SPOC 2013, December 27-31, 2013.

 

Friday, Dec. 27

 

2:00pm-22:00pm

Registration

Xiyuan Hotel Lobby, Harbin Institute of Technology

 

Saturday, Dec. 28. 地点:哈工大新活动中心326,第一学术报告厅

 

8:20 AM

Local organizers

Opening

 

Chair: Wotao Yin

 

Session 1: Accelerated methods

9:00 -9:30

Guanghui Lan

  1. Accelerated gradient methods for nonconvex nonlinear and stochastic programming

9:35-10:05

Hongchao Zhang

  1. Acceleration techniques for nonlinear conjugate gradient method

 

Coffee Break

 

Session 2: Operator splitting

10:20-10:50

Xiaoming Yuan

  1. Convergence rate analysis for some operator splitting methods

10:55-11:25

Shiqian Ma

  1. Penalty methods with stochastic approximation for stochastic nonlinear programming

11:30-12:00

Yilun Wang

  1. Sparsity and structured sparsity in imaging sciences and pattern recognition

 

 

Lunch

 

Chair: Jianwei Ma

 

Session 3: Image/video processing

1:30-2:00

Jingfeng Cai

  1. Data-driven tight frame construction and it's applications

2:05-2:35

Xiaoqun Zhang

  1. Wavelet frame based multi-phase image segmentation

2:40-3:10

Xiaohao Cai

  1. Multiclass segmentation by iterated ROF thresholding

 

3:15-3:45

Yue M. Lu

  1. Sampling and inference for spatiotemporal single-photon imaging

 

Coffee Break

 

Student-Session 1: Imaging/video processing

4:00-4:25

Xinxin Li

  1. A proximal strictly contractive Peaceman-Rachford splitting method and some applications on image processing

4:30-4:55

Jiulong Liu

  1. Fast variational ultrasound video segmentation method

5:00-5:25

Qiaoqiao Ding

  1. Dynamic SPECT reconstruction and regularization with few projections

6:00

Dinner

 

Sunday, Dec. 29. 地点:哈工大新活动中心326,第一学术报告厅

 

 

Chair: Xiaoming Yuan

 

Session 4: Sparse recovery

8:30-9:00

Yuan Yao

  1. On statistical consistency of early stopping regularization in Bregman iterative algorithms

9:05 -9:35

Ming Yan

  1. Inverse scale space: new regularization path for sparse regression

9:40-10:10

Xiaoxiang Zhu

  1. Exploiting sparsity in remote sensing for earth observation

 

Coffee Break

 

Session 5: Eigenvalue problems

10:25-10:55

Xin Liu

  1. Penalty minimization for large-scale eigenspace trace computation

11:00-11:30

Zaiwen Wen

  1. Orientation determination of cryo-EM images using least unsquared deviations

 

Chair: Zaiwen Wen

 

Session 6: Sparse optimization

1:30-2:00

Zhaosong Lv

  1. Iterative reweighted singular value minimization methods for Lp regularized unconstrained matrix minimization

2:05-2:35

Ming yuan

  1. Nuclear norm minimization for tensor recovery

2:40-3:10

Wotao Yin

  1. parallel and distributed sparse optimization

 

Student-Session 2: Optimization methods

3:30-3:55

Kun Yuan

  1. Decentralized optimization

4:00-4:25

Qian Dong

  1. Semi-asynchronous strategies in distributed optimization for data fitting problem

4:30-4:55

Chenglong Bao

  1. Real time L1 tracker using accelerated proximal gradient method

5:00-5:25

Hairong Wang

  1. Curvelet-based registration of multi-component seismic waves

6:00

Dinner

 

Monday, Dec. 30

 

One day

 Tour (ski)

 

Tuesday, Dec. 31

 

Half day

City Tour

 

Accommodation:

We have make reservation at Xiyuan Hotel (西苑宾馆,哈工大院内)for all invited speakers from December 27, 2013.

All participants except invited speakers please make confirmation to us  (xrshi@hit.edu.cn) before December 15. We will provide help to make reservation for your stay.

 

Transportation:

We will collect most participants at Harbin Airport and Railway Station. So please send the exact time/flight no. to us (xrshi@hit.edu.cn) as soon as possible. You can also take taxi (about 120 RMB) or bus (20 RMB) to Xiyuan Hotel. However the bus is not directly arrive Xiyuan Hotel, you should take off at Wenchan Bridge (文昌桥)and then take a taxi.  The railway station is not so far from the university (about 10 RBM by taxi).

 

Contact:

Conference secretary:  Dr. Xiaoran Shi, Email: xrshi@hit.edu.cn

                                                         Phone: 18646083356

Local organizer:  Jianwei Ma, Email: jma@hit.edu.cn

 

The 2nd Guangzhou International Workshop on Mathematical Imaging, Dec. 14-15, 2013
发布时间:2013-10-21
简单介绍:

http://gzmathimage2.sysu.edu.cn/invited%20speakers.htm

Organized by
Raymond Chan

Lixin Shen

Yuesheng Xu

The First International Workshop on Mathematical Geophysics, January 8-11, 2015
发布时间:2015-01-13
简单介绍:

The First International Workshop on Mathematical Geophysics

January 8-11, 2015

Harbin, China

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Organizers:

Sergey Fomel,                     University of Texas at Austin, USA

Jianwei Ma (马坚伟),           Harbin Institute of Technology, China

Mauricio Sacchi,                 University of Alberta, Canada

Ru-Shan Wu,                       University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

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Welcome      

The First International Workshop on Mathematical Geophysics will be held on January 8-11, 2015 in Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China. Geomathematics or mathematical geosciences is the application of mathematics to the geosciences. The objective of this high-level workshop is to bring international experts in geophysics and applied mathematics together to present their recent research work, to exchange ideas, and to develop new visions for the future of the area. The workshop will provide an opportunity for participants to share information and experiences, and a platform for their research collaboration.

Harbin is a very unique place for winter with splendid ice sculptures. The talks will be scheduled on January 9-10, 2015. The workshop will organize a short but very fantastic city tour and ice sports (e.g. Curling); and thus make the meeting very relaxed. Basically, the local organizer will cover local expenses for invited speakers. 

 

We look forward to welcoming you in Harbin.

 

Sincerely yours,

Jianwei Ma

 

On behalf of the Organizing Committee:

Sergey Fomel, Jianwei Ma, Mauricio Sacchi, Ru-shan Wu

 

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INVITED SPEAKERS:

Junxing Cao  (曹俊兴),         Chengdu University of Technology, China

Siyuan Cao (曹思远),            China University of Petroleum, Beijing

Xiaohong Chen (陈小宏),     China University of Petroleum, Beijing

Liangguo Dong (董良国) ,    Tongji University, China

Qizhen Du (杜启振),             China University of Petroleum, East China

Anton Duchkov,                   Institute of Petroleum, Geology and Geophysics, Russia

Laurent Duval,                      French Institute of Petroleum, France

Liyun Fu (符立耘),                Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS, China

Jinghuai Gao (高静怀),        Xi'an Jiaotong University, China

Jiangwei Hu,                        Purdue University, USA

Long Jin,                              Shell, USA

Yang Liu (刘洋),                  Jiling University, China

Hong Liu (刘洪),                  Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS, China

Jianliang Qian,                    Michigan State University, USA

Jeff Shragge,                      University of Western Australia, Australia

Frederik Simons,                Princeton University, USA

Yanfei Wang (王彦飞),        Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS, China

Yun Wang (王赟),                Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CSA, China

Wenbao Wu(胡文宝)     Yangtze University, China

Xu Yang,                             University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

Haizhao Yang,                    University of Stanford, USA

Evren Yarman,                    Schlumberger, UK

Haijiang Zhang (张海江),    USTC, China

Jie Zhang (张杰),                 USTC, China and MIT, USA

Hejun Zhu,                           University of Texas at Austin, USA

 

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Accommodation:

Xiyuan Hotel, in HIT campus.

 

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Conference room:

331, New Activity Center, in HIT campus.

新活动中心331会议室 (哈工大校内)

 

 

 

8th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM 2015)
发布时间:2014-11-19
简单介绍:

A mini-symposium around the topic of sparsity-promoting seismic data analysis is orgnized by Prof. Sergey Fomel and me at the 8th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM 2015), which will be held August 10-14, 2015 in Beijing, China. 

 http://www.iciam2015.cn

 

The confirmed speakers in this session:

Laurent Demanet (MIT, USA)

Sergey Fomel (UT Austin, USA)

Felix Herrmann (UBC, Canada)

Duval Laurent (IFP, France)

Gitta Kutyniok (TU Berlin, Germany)

Jianwei Ma (HIT, China)

Lexing Ying (Stanford Univ., USA)

Jie Zhang (USTC, China)

Madagascar school at Harbin, Jan 7-8, 2015
发布时间:2014-12-17
简单介绍:

A special workshop for Madagascar, a widely used software on geophysical data processing, imaging, modeling and inverse problem, will be hold on Harbin Institute of Technolgoy, Harbin, January 7-8, 2015.   It will be orginized by Sergey Fomel, Yang Liu, and Jianwei Ma.

More information can be found in the wiki page:

http://www.ahay.org/wiki/Harbin_2015

Welcome to Madagascar school!

 

 

Dates

January 7-8, 2015.

Agenda

Day 1: Wednesday, January 7, 2015
10:00-3:00 Bring your laptop with Madagascar package (stable version 1.6) and get help with installing Madagascar
  Sergey Fomel, Yang Liu, Jeffrey Shragge, Junzhe Sun, Pengliang Yang

 

 

Day 2: Thursday, January 8, 2015
9:00-9:10 Welcome (Jianwei Ma)
9:10-10:10 Introduction (Sergey Fomel)
 

The Madagascar project has been in public existence for five years. Madagascar provides a complete environment for organizing one's research, from new software development to running computational experiments to publishing the experimental results in papers and reports, archiving them for future usage, and sharing them with colleagues and sponsors. The introductory presentation will describe the history of the project, the Madagascar components and design principles, and the future development goals.
 

10:10-10:25 break
10:25-11:25 TBA (Pengliang Yang)
 

content

11:25-12:25 Developing workflows using SCons (Sergey Fomel)
 

SCons (from Software Construction) is a superior alternative to the classic make utility. SCons is implemented as a Python script, its "configuration files" (SConstruct files) are also Python scripts. Madagascar uses SCons to compile software, to manage data processing flowing, and to assemble reproducible documents.
 

12:25-1:25 Lunch
1:25-2:25 Seismic data processing example (Yang Liu)
 

Field data processing is an important test of integrality degree for open-source software and the final target for scientific research. We will use a 2-D field dataset to illustrate how Madagascar can set up a common seismic data processing workflow.
 

2:25-3:25 Developing your own programs in Madagascar (Jeffrey Shragge)
 

There are many programs already built into the Madagascar project, but if you use Madagascar long enough you will eventually run into a problem that you cannot solve using only provided codes. Fortunately, Madagascar has a variety of programming language APIs already built, that allow you to: design, code, and integrate your programs into the Madagascar framework. By the end of the session, you should have a good starting point for developing your own codes, and adding them to the growing library of open-source software available in Madagascar.
 

3:25-3:40 break
3:40-4:40 TBA (Junzhe Sun)
 

content

4:40-5:10 Contributing to Madagascar (Sergey Fomel)
 

As a user of Madagascar, you have the right to run the code for any purpose, to make modifications and additions, and to share your modifications with other people. Madagascar is an open community, which makes it easy to share your contributions and to collaborate with other users and developers around the world.
 

5:10-5:40 Awarding certificates and closing

Location

The 503 Gewu Building, Department of Mathematics, Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), China, or Xiyuan Hotel in the HIT campus

哈尔滨市南岗区西大直街92号,哈尔滨工业大学,新活动中心331会议室(校内).

 

Registration

The workshop participation is free but requires an application (Please send your name to Dr. Xiaoran Shi, xrshi@hit.edu.cn).

The application deadline is December 25, 2014.

Pre-workshop Assignment

Please try to download and install the Madagascar package (stable version 1.6) in the days before the workshop according to the instructions on the left margin of this webpage. If issues come up, there will an opportunity to install the package at the start of the workshop. Remember to bring your laptop (Linux, Mac, or Windows) to the session!

Instructors

  • Sergey Fomel is a Professor at the Jackson School of Geosciences, the University of Texas at Austin. He received a Ph.D. in Geophysics from Stanford University in 2001. Sergey started work on Madagascar (at that time named RSF for Regularly Sampled Format) in 2003. http://www.jsg.utexas.edu/researcher/sergey_fomel/
  • Yang Liu is a Professor of Geophysics at College of Geo-exploration science and technology at Jilin University, China. He received a Ph.D. in Geophysics from Jilin University in 2006 and was a Postdoctoral fellow at Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin from 2007 to 2010. His research focuses mainly on seismic data processing. http://gest.jlu.edu.cn/?mod=info&act=view&id=54
  • Jeffrey Shragge is an Associate Professor with the Centre for Petroleum Geoscience and CO2 Sequestration in the School of Earth and Environment at the University of Western Australia. He received his Ph.D. (Geophysics) in 2009 in seismic imaging with the Stanford Exploration Project at Stanford University. His research interests are in the fields of seismic imaging (migration, time-lapse imaging and velocity inversion) and high-performance computing (parallel computation, GPU programming). https://www.socrates.uwa.edu.au/Staff/StaffProfile.aspx?Person=JeffreyShragge
  • Junzhe Sun graduated from a joint education program between China University of Petroleum-East China and Missouri University of Science and Technology with a Bachelor's Degree in Geophysics in 2012. He worked with Prof. Stephen Gao on seismic anisotropy and mantle flow when he was at Missouri S&T. He is currently a Ph.D student working with Prof. Sergey Fomel. http://www.linkedin.com/pub/junzhe-sun/44/749/3b
  • Pengliang Yang received his bachelor's degree in 2009 from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at Xi'an Jiaotong University. Previously, he worked on sparsity-based seismic data reconstruction using the theory of compressed sensing. His current research is mainly on reverse time migration and sparse inversion.
HIT International Summer School on Pure and Applied Mathematics, July 6- Aug. 9, 2015
发布时间:2015-03-30
简单介绍:

This summer graduate school will take place at the Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China. The purpose of this summer school is to introduce some of the basic ideas and state-of–the-art methods of pure and applied mathematics to graduate students and reseachers. In particular there will be ten world's leading experts (3 Fields Medal, Wolf Prize, Crafoord Prize, Gauss Prize, COPSS President's Award, SIAM Kleinman Prize, SIAM Von Karman Prize, ICIAM Pioneer Prize, Former President of the International Mathematical Union, etc) to give a series of mini-courses.

Further information can be found in the following link:

http://homepage.hit.edu.cn/pages/jma/5

 

 

SEG Geophysical Compressed Sensing Workshop, December 2-4, 2015
发布时间:2015-10-13
简单介绍:

 2015 SEG Geophysical Compressed Sensing Workshop

Call for Papers

Date: 2-4 December 2015

Location: Beijing, China

Organizer: Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG)

Official Homepage: http://www.seg.org/2015-compressed-sensing-workshop

 

Compressed sensing is a newly developed mathematical theory and information technology, which breaks the long-standing pillar of Nyquist-Shannon sampling theory and the sampling frequency limitation, and allows reconstructing the signal with fewer samples.The current applications of compressed sensing involve remote sensing, medical imaging, opticalphotography, communication and other engineering fields. The geophysical applications of compressed sensing have just began, which involves efficient and economic geophysical acquisition, sparsification of geophysical data, seismic inversion and imaging, and so on.

The workshop aims at better understanding the concept and theory of compressed sensing from the geophysical perspective, providing a collaboration platform for the research and production of geophysical exploration and the interdisciplinary studies between geophysical exploration and applied mathematics, presenting the existing successful applications of compressed sensing in exploration geophysics, and discussing the future road of the new technology.

 

Technical Committee

Co-chairs

Shengchang Chen, Zhejiang University

Jianwei Ma, Harbin Institute of Technology

Committee

Youming Li, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Jie Zhang, University of Science and Technology of China

Bangliu Zhao, CNPC

Yonggang Zhang, Sinopec

Huasheng Zheng, BGP, CNPC

Shoujun Wang, CNOOC

Weiliang Dong, COSL

Hong Liu, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

SamSun, China University of Petroleum (Beijing)

Xiaoming Tang, China University of Petroleum (East China)

Lizhi Xiao, China University of Petroleum (Beijing)

 

Workshop Topics

l Basic theory and mathematical models of CS

l Sparsification of geophysical data

l Efficient geophysical acquisition

l CS-based geophysical data processing (including data regularization, noise attenuation, deconvolution, imaging, deblending and waveform inversion)

l CS related Geophysical inverse problems

 

Important Dates

Call for abstracts opens: 15 September 2015

Deadline for abstract submission: 15 November 2015

 

Please submit your English abstract (no more than 4 pages) to SEG China via emailing china@seg.org. The abstract should strictly comply with the EnglishAbstract Template and submitted in Microsoft Word file or PDF file.All the accepted paper will be performed as oral presentationand will be published on SEG Digital Library.

When submitting the abstract, please include the following information in the email:

  • Title of abstract
  • Names and affiliations of the author/all authors
  • Intended technical topics
  • Contact information of the corresponding author(presenter) including: name, affiliation, email address and phone number

Workshop Registration

The registration will open on 1 November, and the registration rates are as below:

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Category

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Delegate

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Student

Early Registration (by 15 November)

$470.00

$310.00

Late Registration (after 15 November)

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$550.00

$390.00 

 

 

Chinese version:

2015 SEG压缩感知-勘探地球物理应用新技术研讨会

征文通知

 日期:2015年12月2-4日

地点:中国地质大学国际会议中心,北京

主办方:国际勘探地球物理学家学会(SEG)

 

 压缩感知(compressed sensing, 简称CS)是一门新兴的数学理论和信息技术,打破了传统的奈奎斯特-香农采样定理对采样频率与信号频率相关的限制,可用更少的测量来获取或重构目标。目前已开始应用于遥感雷达、医学成像、光学相机、通信等各工科领域。压缩感知在地球物理学中应用也正方兴未艾,涉及地球物理数据高效采集、数据稀疏表达、地球物理反演与偏移成像等方面。

本次研讨会的主要目的是从勘探地球物理视角理解压缩感知的概念、方法和理论,提供勘探领域的产、学、研、以及与应用数学交叉学科的交流平台,展示和研讨压缩感知在勘探地球物理中的初步应用成果以及未来发展前景。

 

会议组织机构

主席:陈生昌,浙江大学

            马坚伟,哈尔滨工业大学

组织委员会成员:

李幼铭,中科院地质与地球物理研究所

张捷,中国科技大学

赵邦六,中石油勘探生产有限公司

张永刚,中石化科技开发部

郑华生,中石油东方地球物理公司

王守君,中海石油总公司

董伟良,中海油田服务股份有限公司

刘洪,中科院地质与地球物理研究所

孙赞东,中国石油大学(北京)

唐晓明,中国石油大学(华东)

肖立志,中国石油大学(北京)

 

会议日程

日期

时间

日程安排

12月2日

下午

压缩感知基础理论讲习班

12月3日

上午

会议开幕及国内外特邀报告(现场及视频报告)

下午

技术报告

12月4日

全天

技术报告

 

 

会议征文

此次研讨会针对如下专题进行征文:

l  CS的基础理论和数学方法

l  地球物理数据稀疏表达

l  地球物理数据高效采集

l  基于CS的地球物理数据处理(包括数据重建、去噪、反褶积、偏移成像、多震源和波形反演)

l  与CS相关的地球物理反问题

 

会议征文2015年9月15日开始,截止日期为2015年11月15日。会议论文要求用中文撰写,论文长度为2-4页A4纸,以Microsoft或PDF形式提交。论文内容及具体格式要求请参照“论文模板”。国内作者也可同时提交英文版本论文,长度不超过4页纸,英文论文格式请参考English Abstract Template。论文如被录用,会议结束后英文版论文将在SEG Digital Library上收录发表。

 

会议所有录用的论文将在会议上以口头报告形式展出,报告可用中文演讲。

 

论文的投稿方式:请将论文及论文的联系信息以邮件形式发送至china@seg.org。

论文的联系信息包括:

l  论文题目

l  所有作者姓名及单位

l  论文专题

l  论文通讯作者的姓名、单位、邮箱及电话

  

会议注册

注册将于2015年11月1日开始。鼓励提前注册, 并享有优惠注册价格。

  1. 注册类型

    代表注册费用 (人民币)

    学生注册费用(人民币)

    提前注册(至 11 15 日)

    3,000

    2,000

    晚注册/现场注册 (11 15 日后)

    3,500

    2,500

     

     

    *以上注册费包括场地/设施,午餐/茶歇,会议材料等;

  2. *差旅费,住宿费由参会者自理;会务组将为参会者提供周边酒店住宿信息及相应会议优惠价。 

 

Computational Seismology Workshop, Tsinghua Sanya International Mathematics Forum,Jan. 4-8, 2016
发布时间:2015-12-19
简单介绍:

Computational Seismology

Computational Seismology is the quantitative study of elastic wave propagation in the earth, giving understandings to many geological phenomena such as earthquakes. There are still many challenges in the numerical computations of direct and inverse problems related to elastic waves. In particular, the direct simulations of elastic waves require significant amount of computational power. It is therefore necessary to develop more advanced algorithms.

This workshop aims at bringing together researchers, scientists and graduate students from Mainland China, Hong Kong and abroad to exchange their research achievements in computational seismology, including low dispersion and fast algorithms for wave propagation, multiscale and model reduction methods, full waveform inversion, seismic imaging, optimal transport and Monge-Ampere techniques, among others. The workshop consists of both invited talks and poster sessions.

 

Organizers

Name University
Eric Chung Chinese University of Hong Kong
Bjorn Engquist University of Texas at Austin
Jun Zou Chinese University of Hong Kong
Zhiming Chen Chinese Academy of Science

 

Participants

Habib Ammari Ecole Normale Superieure, France
Gregory Beylkin University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
Eric Chung The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
Fuchen Chen Hunan University, China
Junqing Chen Tsinghua University, China
Rongliang Chen Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, China
Xinshi Chen The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
Jiubing Cheng Tongji University, China
Jie Du The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Yalchin Efendiev Texas A&M University, USA
Bjorn Engquist University of Texas at Austin, USA
Sergey Fomel University of Texas at Austin, USA
Brittany Froese University of Texas at Austin, USA
Martin Gander University of Geneva, Switzerland
Rick Gibson Texas A&M University, USA
Ralf Hiptmair ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Maarten de Hoop Purdue University, USA
Guanghui Hu Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics, Germany
Lijian Jiang Hunan University, China
Chi Yeung Lam The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shingyu Leung Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Wing Tat Leung Texas A&M University, USA
Jingzhi Li South University of Science and Technology of China
Guihua Long Zhejiang University, China
Jianwei Ma Harbin Institite of Technology, China
Na Ou Hunan University, China
Jianliang Qian Michigan State University, USA
Jianguo Song China University of Petroleum
Gunther Uhlmann University of Washington, USA
Huazhong Wang Tongji University, China
Yanfei Wang Chinese Academy of Sciences
Huihui Weng The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
Xueshuang Xiang Qian Xuesheng Laboratory of Space Technology
Yunan Yang University of Texas at Austin, USA
Dinghui Yang Tsinghua University, China
Hongfeng Yang The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Hai Zhang Ecole Normale Superieure, France
Lei Zhang Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
Wensheng Zhang Chinese Academy of Sciences
Hongkai Zhao University of California, Irvine
Jun Zou The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

HONOR

National Talents of Outstanding Youth
Longjiang Chair Professor
Chinese Top 100 Most Impact Papers Published in International Journals in 2010
New Century Excellent Talents in University (by Ministry of Education of China, 2011)
Cheng-Yi Fu Award (by Chinese Geophysical Society, 2011)

EDUCATION

  1. 1998 - 2002     Ph. D.         Solid Mechanics,  Tsinghua University
  2. 1994 - 1998     B. S.           Engineering Mechanics,  Dalian University of Technology

WORK EXPERIENCE

Time Position

2011 - now

Professor

Harbin Institute of Technology, China

2010 - 2011

Scientist

Florida State University, USA

2006 - 2010

Assistant Professor/Associate Professor

Tsinghua University, China

2002 - 2006

Postdoc

University of Cambridge, UK

University of Grenoble I, France, etc.

 

Time         Visiting Position

2014.3-2014.9

University of Texas at Austin, USA

2013.7-2013.8

Hongkong Baptist University, HK

2012.12.3-10

National University of Singapore

2009.3-2009.9

Ecole des Mines de Paris, France

2008.5-2008.6

University of Grenoble I, France

2007.6-2007.9

Florida State University, USA

2006.6-2006.8

EPFL, Switzerland

 

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

IEEE Senior Member, SEG Member
Committee member for China Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (China SIAM)
Technical Committee member for IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society
Reviewer for NSFC, US-Israel NSF, CSC

Selected Research Grants

NSFC (Mathmatical Division) on Low-rank matrix completion and seismic applications, 2014-2016

NSFC (Geoscience Division) on 3D data-driven tight frame for seismic data reconstruction, 2014-2017

NSFC (Information Division) on Dynamic configurable imaging system based on compressed sensing, 2014-2017

NSFC (Geoscience Division) on Curvelets for seismic wave equations, 2008-2010

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