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Cours doctoraux

Cours doctoraux

Introduction to the non-asymptotic analysis of random matrices

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Site: 
Date: 
22/06/2011 - 09:00 - 17:30
Salle: 
Amphithéâtre Darboux
Orateur: 
VERSHYNIN Roman
Localisation: 
Université du Michigan
Localisation: 
États-Unis
Résumé: 

This is a mini-course on basic non-asymptotic methods and concepts in random matrix theory. We will develop several tools for the analysis of the extreme singular values of random matrices with independent rows or columns. Many of these methods sprung off from the development of geometric functional analysis in the 1970-2000's. They have applications in several fields, most notably in theoretical computer science, statistics and signal processing. Two applications will be discussed: for the problem of estimating covariance matrices in statistics, and for validating probabilistic constructions of measurement matrices in compressed sensing.

Introduction to the non-asymptotic analysis of random matrices

Type: 
Site: 
Date: 
21/06/2011 - 09:00 - 17:30
Salle: 
Amphithéâtre Darboux
Orateur: 
VERSHYNIN Roman
Localisation: 
Université du Michigan
Localisation: 
États-Unis
Résumé: 

This is a mini-course on basic non-asymptotic methods and concepts in random matrix theory. We will develop several tools for the analysis of the extreme singular values of random matrices with independent rows or columns. Many of these methods sprung off from the development of geometric functional analysis in the 1970-2000's. They have applications in several fields, most notably in theoretical computer science, statistics and signal processing. Two applications will be discussed: for the problem of estimating covariance matrices in statistics, and for validating probabilistic constructions of measurement matrices in compressed sensing.

Introduction to the non-asymptotic analysis of random matrices

Type: 
Site: 
Date: 
20/06/2011 - 09:00 - 17:30
Salle: 
Amphithéâtre Darboux
Orateur: 
VERSHYNIN Roman
Localisation: 
Université du Michigan
Localisation: 
États-Unis
Résumé: 

This is a mini-course on basic non-asymptotic methods and concepts in random matrix theory. We will develop several tools for the analysis of the extreme singular values of random matrices with independent rows or columns. Many of these methods sprung off from the development of geometric functional analysis in the 1970-2000's. They have applications in several fields, most notably in theoretical computer science, statistics and signal processing. Two applications will be discussed: for the problem of estimating covariance matrices in statistics, and for validating probabilistic constructions of measurement matrices in compressed sensing.

Mathematical Problems in General Relativity

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Date: 
05/12/2011 - 09:00 - 12:30
Salle: 
Salle 005
Orateur: 
SCHOEN Richard
Localisation: 
Université Stanford
Localisation: 
États-Unis
Résumé: 

This course will introduce the Einstein equations and describe some mathematical problems which arise in their study. We will focus on areas in which recent progress has been made.

Topics will include the Cauchy problem and the constraint equations. We will describe questions concerning the asymptotic behavior of solutions of the constraint equations and density theorems. These will elucidate the behavior of the energy and linear and angular momentum for asymptotically flat spacetimes. We will describe recent progress on mass/angular momentum inequalities.

We will also discuss questions relating to gravitational energy and positive energy theorems as well as notions of quasilocal mass. Some of the tools here include minimal hypersurface theory, inverse mean curvature flow, and the Dirac operator.

Mathematical Problems in General Relativity

Type: 
Site: 
Date: 
06/12/2011 - 09:00 - 12:30
Salle: 
Salle 201
Orateur: 
SCHOEN Richard
Localisation: 
Université Stanford
Localisation: 
États-Unis
Résumé: 

This course will introduce the Einstein equations and describe some mathematical problems which arise in their study. We will focus on areas in which recent progress has been made.

Topics will include the Cauchy problem and the constraint equations. We will describe questions concerning the asymptotic behavior of solutions of the constraint equations and density theorems. These will elucidate the behavior of the energy and linear and angular momentum for asymptotically flat spacetimes. We will describe recent progress on mass/angular momentum inequalities.

We will also discuss questions relating to gravitational energy and positive energy theorems as well as notions of quasilocal mass. Some of the tools here include minimal hypersurface theory, inverse mean curvature flow, and the Dirac operator.

Mathematical Problems in General Relativity

Type: 
Site: 
Date: 
29/11/2011 - 09:00 - 12:30
Salle: 
Salle 201
Orateur: 
SCHOEN Richard
Localisation: 
Université Stanford
Localisation: 
États-Unis
Résumé: 

This course will introduce the Einstein equations and describe some mathematical problems which arise in their study. We will focus on areas in which recent progress has been made.

Topics will include the Cauchy problem and the constraint equations. We will describe questions concerning the asymptotic behavior of solutions of the constraint equations and density theorems. These will elucidate the behavior of the energy and linear and angular momentum for asymptotically flat spacetimes. We will describe recent progress on mass/angular momentum inequalities.

We will also discuss questions relating to gravitational energy and positive energy theorems as well as notions of quasilocal mass. Some of the tools here include minimal hypersurface theory, inverse mean curvature flow, and the Dirac operator.

Mathematical Problems in General Relativity

Type: 
Site: 
Date: 
28/11/2011 - 09:00 - 12:30
Salle: 
Salle 201
Orateur: 
SCHOEN Richard
Localisation: 
Université Stanford
Localisation: 
États-Unis
Résumé: 

This course will introduce the Einstein equations and describe some mathematical problems which arise in their study. We will focus on areas in which recent progress has been made.

Topics will include the Cauchy problem and the constraint equations. We will describe questions concerning the asymptotic behavior of solutions of the constraint equations and density theorems. These will elucidate the behavior of the energy and linear and angular momentum for asymptotically flat spacetimes. We will describe recent progress on mass/angular momentum inequalities.

We will also discuss questions relating to gravitational energy and positive energy theorems as well as notions of quasilocal mass. Some of the tools here include minimal hypersurface theory, inverse mean curvature flow, and the Dirac operator.

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