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Meeting: Summer school on New Interactions in Marseille
 
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Bruno Torresani (torresan@cptsx1.univ-mrs.fr)
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 1997 2:36 pm    
Subject: Meeting: Summer school on New Interactions in Marseille
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#13 Meeting: Summer school on New Interactions in Marseille

Dear wavelet people

a summer school ``New Interactions: Wavelets, Signal Analysis,
Simulation and Probabilistic Models" will take place in
Marseille-Luminy next July. Please see the announcement below. More
detailed information is available on the web:

http://cptsx1.univ-mrs.fr/~torresan/ecole/ecole.html

Please note that the number of participants is strictly
limited to 60, for material reasons. We apologize in advance
for this.

yours sincerely

Bruno Torresani

SUMMER SCHOOL
-------------

New Interactions:
Wavelets, Signal Analysis, Simulation
and Probabilistic Models

Marseilles, France, July 21 - 27, 1997

http://cptsx1.univ-mrs.fr/~torresan/ecole/ecole.html

Presentation
------------
These last ten years, methods based upon multiscale decompositions
have emerged in various areas as robust and reliable tools for
analyzing functions, signals, operators,... or for numerical
simulations. Such decomposition methods have been succesfully used
for several problems in signal processing (signal analysis,
compression, detection...), statistics (denoising, classification...)
or numerical analysis (numerical resolution of PDE's, numerical
simulations,...). One may also notice many applications to
(theoretical and experimental) physics, for example in the area of
fluid mechanics and turbulence.

One of the goals of the school is to focus on some of the most recent
developments in these areas, and to allow interaction between
scientists with different points of view on (perhaps) related
problems. The school will be organized around lectures (see the more
detailed preliminary program below) in the following main domains:

Analysis and simulation of fractal and multifractal processes.

Wavelets and multifractal analysis.

Self-similarity and PDE's.

Numerical resolution of PDE's and Homogenization.

Signal analysis methods for turbulence.

)

Organizing Committee:
---------------------

* Ph. Tchamitchian,
Laboratoire de Mathematiques Fondamentales et Appliquees,
Universite d'Aix-Marseille III, Faculte de St Jerome,
Avenue Escadrille Normandie-Niemen, case cour A, 13397 Marseille
cedex 20, France.
E-mail: tchamphi@math.u-3mrs.fr

* B. Torresani ,
Centre de Physique Theorique,
CNRS-Luminy, Case 907, 13288 Marseille Cedex 09, France.
E-mail: torresan@cpt.univ-mrs.fr

Preliminary Program:
--------------------
The school will be organized in the form of short (between 3 and 6
hours) lectures, and more specialized seminars.

The main lectures will be (up to unscheduled modifications)

A. Arneodo (CRPP Bordeaux):
Wavelet analysis of self-similarity and random cascade processes:
application to fully-developed turbulence data.

M. Avellaneda (Courant Institute, New York University):
Turbulent Diffusion: theoretical problems and computation.

G. Beylkin (Program in Applied Mathematics, Boulder, Colorado):
Numerical Homogenization.

R. Carmona (Dept of Civil Infeneering and Operation research,
Princeton):
Numerical Simulations for Stochastic Models in Physical Oceanography.

F. Elliott Jr.(Courant Institute, New York):
title to be announced.

P. Flandrin and P. Abry (ENS Lyon):
Wavelet-based analysis and synthesis of 1/f processes, and applications.

S. Jaffard (ENS Cachan):
Multiscale analysis of Levy processes.

J. Liandrat (IRPHE Marseille):
Multiscale methods for numerical solution of PDE's.

Y. Meyer (ENS Cachan):
On Navier-Stokes equations.

M.V. Wickerhauser (Washington University, St Louis):
Compression methods and feature extraction in turbulence.

Address:

For any question concerning the school, accomodation,
registration,... please contact the

School Secretary:
Mme Nadine Mousseaux
Summer school ``New Interactions"
Centre de Physique Theorique
CNRS-Luminy, Case 907, 13288 Marseille Cedex 09, France.

Fax: +33 4 91 26 95 53
Phone: +33 4 91 26 95 00
E-mail: wavelets@cpt.univ-mrs.fr

Registration:

For material reasons, the number of participants is limited to 60. If
the number of applications is larger than the limit, we will have to
make a selection. The registration fees are fixed to 1000 FF (about
180 US$ at the current exchange rate). The price of accomodation at
CFML is fixed to 350FF per day (about 65 Us$), and includes room,
breakfast, lunch and dinner.

To register, please contact the School secretary.
Registration forms are available by email, or may be retrieved
from the Web:

http://cptsx1.univ-mrs.fr/~torresan/ecole/ecole.html
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