Beamforming has long been a topic for physicists and signal processing researchers. By this talk, Tobas Dahl aims to open up the principles of beamforming for researchers with backgrounds from multiple quantitative disciplines; partial differential equations, statistics, machine learning and data analysis, chemometrics, psychometrics, cybernetics and others who feel they could understand the basics without taking on a (new) master's degree in physics or digital signal processing.
Speaker: Giuseppe Coclite (University of Bari)
Title: Nonlinear Peridynamic Models
Abstract: Some materials may naturally form discontinuities such as cracks as a result of scale effects and long range interactions. Peridynamic models such behavior introducing a new nonlocal framework for the basic equations of continuum mechanics. In this lecture we consider a nonlinear peridynamic model and discuss its well-posedness in suitable fractional Sobolev spaces. Those results were obtained in collaboration with S. Dipierro (Milano), F. Maddalena (Bari) and E. Valdinoci (Milano).
The conference is part of a joint French-Norwegian conference series on curves and surfaces. In Norway previous meetings were held in Oslo 1988, Biri 1991, Ulvik 1994, Lillehammer 1997, Oslo 2000, Tromsø 2004, Tønsberg 2008, and Oslo 2012. In France the last meeting was in Paris 2014.
Professor Massimo Fornasier, from the Technical University of Munich, is visiting the department /CMA. This is his second lecture.
Professor Massimo Fornasier, from the Technical University of Munich, is visiting the department /CMA and he will give two guest lectures.