This talk will focus more on both the mathematics and the structural biology.
Johns Hopkins University
Please note special day and location (Thursday, McDonnell 102A).
Department of Medical Physics, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
In this talk we consider the problem of super-resolving the line spectrum of a multisinusoidal signal from a finite number of samples, some of which may be completely corrupted. Measurements of this form can be modeled as an additive mixture of a sinusoidal and a sparse component.
We study the following random walk on the group of n n upper triangular matrices with coecients in Z=pZ and ones along the diagonal. Starting at the identity, at each step we choose a row at random and either add it to or subtract it from the row immediately above.
Please note special day (Tuesday).
Please note different day and location (Tuesday, McDonnell 102A).
Weizman Institute of Science
Please note different day and location (Thursday, McDonnell 102A). Computational expense has long been a challenge for 3D structure determination in electron cryomicroscopy (cryo-EM). This problem has become more pressing as resolutions have increased and the desire to separate
University of Toronto
Please note different day and location (Monday, Fine 110.)