优化成像的新趋势研讨会(Workshop on New Trends in Optimization for Imaging)

2015-01-19 ~ 2015-01-23 921

Synopsis and Organizers

Workshop on New Trends in Optimization for Imaging

The workshop aims at bringing together International and Chinese researchers, scientists and graduate students to exchange and stimulate ideas in imaging sciences, with a special focus on new approaches based on optimization methods. Variational models are getting popular for image processing and other imaging problems include inverse problems, image construction and computer vision. However, it is not easy to get fast and robust “enough” algorithms to solve the variational models due to complexity involved with: 1) nonlinearity, 2) non-smoothness of functional and solutions, 3) non-convex for the minimization, 4) higher order derivatives within the functional, and 5) large data size. Recent researches have revealed that a number of numerical techniques can produce real time simulations and produce robust repeatable analysis tools. These new techniques involve techniques from a number of research areas including optimization theory, geometry, machine learning, combinatorial mathematics, PDE (partial differential) theory and numeric which is making this new area a real inter-disciplinary research field. New models and new numerical techniques originated from these interdisciplinary researches are coming into this field with promising industrial applications in recent years. This leads to the necessity to have a workshop like this one to bring researchers from different parts of the word and from different disciplines to get together to discuss new emerging results and to explore new possibilities. For this workshop, we will put emphasis to include techniques related to: 1) singularities, 2) Optimization techniques, such as the primal-dual method and the augmented Lagrangian methods, 3) Convex relaxation methods and global minimization, 4) combinatorial and graph related techniques 4) differential geometry for imaging. These are cutting-edge topics with crucial impact in various areas of imaging sciences (including, e.g. inverse problems, image processing and computer vision).

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Organizers

Name University
Organizer
Raymond H. Chan Chinese University of Hong Kong
Tony Chan Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Mila Nikolova CNRS, ENS Cachan, France
Xue-Cheng Tai University of Bergen, Norway


Participants

Participants

Andrés Almansa CNRS LTCI - Telecom ParisTech, France
Kristian Bredies University of Graz, Austria
Raymond Chan The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Tony Chan Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Huibin Chang Tianjin Normal University
Xiaojun Chen The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Ke Chen University of Liverpool
Roland Glowinski University of Houston, USA
Joana Grah University of Cambridge, UK
Jianguo Huang Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Binsheng He Nanjing University
Michale Hintermuller Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Likun Hou Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Ming Jiang Peking University
Dexing Kong Zhejiang University
Zhen Li Tsinghua University
Yanran Li Shenzhen University
Jian Lu Shenzhen University
Ronald Lui The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Russell Luke Universität Göttingen, Germany
Haixia Liang Xi'an Jiaotong and Liverpool University
Shiqian Ma Chinese University of Hong Kong
Jianwei Ma Harbin Institute of Technology
François Malgouyres Université Paul Sabatier, France
Lionel Moisan Université Paris Descartes, France
Mila Nikolova CMLA, CNRS, ENS Cachan, France
Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb University of Cambridge, UK
Zhifeng Pang Henan University
Ling Pi Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Bob Plemmons Wake Forest University, USA
Lixin Shen Syracuse University
Gabriele Steidl University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Xue-Cheng Tai University of Bergen, Norway
Wenbing Tao Huazhong University of Science & Technology
Marc Teboulle Tel-Aviv University, Israel
Alain Trouvé CMLA, ENS Cachan, France
Chengxiang Wang Chongqing University
Wei Wang Tongji University
Suhua Wei Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics
Ke Wei Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Youwei Wen Kunming University of Science and Technology
Hyenkyun Woo Korea Institute of Advanced Studies
Chunlin Wu Nankai University
Yuesheng Xu Sun Yat-sen University
Zongben Xu Xi’an Jiaotong University
Junfeng Yang Nanjing University
Yuan Yao Peking University
Lishan Yu Sun Yat-sen University
Jing Yuan Western University
Xiaoming Yuan Hong Kong Baptist University
Li Zeng Chongqing University
Xue Zhang Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Xiaoqun Zhang Shanghai Jiaotong University
Rui Zhao Chinese University of Hong Kong
Mingqiang Zhu Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Wei Zhu University of Alabama, USA
Xiang Zhu Tsinghua University


Schedule

schedule.pdf


Titles and Abstracts

titles_and_abstracts.pdf


Last Announcement

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Welcome to TSIMF

The facilities of TSIMF are built on a 23-acre land surrounded by pristine environment at Phoenix Hill of Phoenix Township. The total square footage of all the facilities is over 29,000 square meter that includes state-of-the-art conference facilities (over 10,000 square meter) to hold many international workshops simultaneously, two libraries, a guest house (over 10,000 square meter) and the associated catering facilities, a large swimming pool, gym and sports court and other recreational facilities.

Mathematical Sciences Center (MSC) of Tsinghua University, assisted by TSIMF's International Advisory Committee and Scientific Committee, will take charge of the academic and administrative operation of TSIMF. The mission of TSIMF is to become a base for scientific innovations, and for nurturing of innovative human resource; through the interaction between leading mathematicians and core research groups in pure mathematics, applied mathematics, statistics, theoretical physics, applied physics, theoretical biology and other relating disciplines, TSIMF will provide a platform for exploring new directions, developing new methods, nurturing mathematical talents, and working to raise the level of mathematical research in China.


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Attention Please

Registration

Conference booklets, room keys and name badges for all participants will be distributed at the Registry. Please take good care of your name badge. It is also your meal card and entrance ticket for all events. 

Dining Arrangements

All the meals are provided in the Chinese Restaurant (Building B1) according to the time schedule.

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

07:30-08:30

12:00-13:00

18:00-19:00 

Shuttle Service

We have shuttle bus to take participants to the airport for your departure service. Please just feel free to contact Ms. Li Ye (叶莉) if you have any questions about transportation arrangement. Her cell phone number is (0086)139-7679-8300. We would provide transportation at the Haipo Square (海坡广场) of Howard Johnson for the participants who will stay outside TSIMF.

Contact Information of Administration Staffs

 

Location of Conference Affair Office:

Room 104, Building A

Location of Accommodation Affair Office

Room 200, Building B1

Accommodation Manager:

Ms. Li Ye 叶莉

Tel: 0086-139-7679-8300

E-mail: yeli@tsimf.cn

Emergency Contact:

Prof.Xuan Gao 高瑄

Tel0086-186-0893-0631

E-mail: gaoxuan@tsinghua.edu.cn



Group Photos

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