SPARS11: Signal Processing with Adaptive Sparse Structured
Representations, June 27-30, 2011
University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland
SPARS11 is the fourth edition of the bi-annual meeting on the theory and
application of sparse approximation, including but not limited to
compressed sensing and matrix completion.
Plenary talks will be given by:
David L. Donoho (Stanford), Stephen J. Wright (Wisconsin),
David J. Brady (Duke), Yi Ma (Illinois), Joel Tropp (CalTech),
Remi Gribonval (INRIA), Martin Vetterli (EPFL)
Francis Bach (Laboratoire d'Informatique de l'E.N.S).
In addition to the above eight plenary speakers we welcome all working on
sparsity related topics to join us and present their work. We will have
slots available for 66 speakers and a poster session for those that cannot
be accommodated in the talk schedule. Speakers will be selected based upon
submitted one page extended abstracts which are due by April 1st 2011.
The event is subsidised by the EPSRC, LMS, ICMS, ECoS, and INRIA.
Registration fees are 70 GBP for doctoral and masters students, and 140
GBP for faculty, postdocs, and industry representatives. Registration due
by May 15th 2011.
Support is available to provide free accommodations for approximately
thirty early career researchers.
Organizers: Coralia Cartis, Mike Davies, and Jared Tanner
Please contact the organizers for any outstanding questions.
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