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Meeting: Wavelet Sessions at the 14TH IMACS World Congress
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 02, 2002 12:59 pm    
Subject: Meeting: Wavelet Sessions at the 14TH IMACS World Congress
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Meeting: Wavelet Sessions at the 14TH IMACS World Congress

The 14th World Congress of the International Association for Mathematics
and Computers in Simulation (IMACS) will be hosted by the Georgia Institute
of Technology, located in Atlanta, Georgia. The Congress will concentrate
on all aspects on Computational and Applied Mathematics. There will be
approximately 75 organized paper sessions, many of which will contain
talks with some wavelet content. In addition, we have organized three
special sessions devoted to the topic "Wavelets and Their Applications."
Charles Chui will be our keynote speaker.

IMACS Conference Dates: July 11-15, 1994

Wavelet Session Dates: July 12 and 13, 1994

Wavelet Session Organizers: Anca Deliu, Jeff Geronimo, Chris Heil, Yang Wang

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Charles Chui (Texas A&M U.) "An Overview of Wavelets"

Tentative Wavelet Session Speakers:
Chris Brislawn (Los Alamos National Lab)
Patricia Carter (Naval Surface Weapons Lab)
George Donovan (Georgia Tech)
Mike Frazier (Michigan State U.)
Y.S. Han (Auburn U.)
Doug Hardin (Vanderbilt U.)
Bjorn Jawerth (U. South Carolina)
Susan Kelly (U. Wisconsin, La Crosse)
Ming-Jun Lai (U. Georgia)
Mang Fai Ma (U. Pittsburgh)
Romain Murenzi (Clark Atlanta U.)
Jay Ramanathan (Eastern Michigan U.)
Haja Razafinjatovo (U. Connecticut)
Gilbert Strang (MIT)
Wim Sweldens (U. South Carolina)
David Walnut (George Mason U.)
Jianzhong Wang (U. North Carolina, Charlotte)

For registration materials or other additional information, please contact:
Chris Heil, School of Mathematics, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA 30332-0160
Phone: 404-853-9231 Fax: 404-853-9112
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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