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Structured Matrices and Tensors: Analysis, Algorithms and Applications
December 8-11, 2014
International Conference Center, Shih-Liang Hall
National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan






Objectives

Structured matrices and tensors occur in many disciplines in applied mathematics and engineering. Fast algorithms for structured matrices and tensors are of particular importance in data analysis, and signal and image processing. This conference has two major objectives. One, we want to improve the dialogue and collaboration between matrix and tensor theoreticians and the computational scientists. Two, we want to reduce the gap between the researchers working on the fundamentals and those working on real-life applications, so that emerging applications will stimulate new theoretical research and the better theoretical tools will in turn be exported back to the various application fields. This meeting is the 4th of a series of meetings on structured matrices with the first three held in Hong Kong in 2002, 2006 and 2010. This workshop is a joint effort with ICCM Consortium in Applied Mathematics (CAM-ICCM) to promote applied mathematics.




Organization Committee

Raymond Chan (Department of Mathematics, Chinese University of Hong Kong, web)
I-Liang Chern (Department of MathematicsNational Central University, web)
Tsung-Ming Huang (Department of Mathematics, National Taiwan Normal University, web)
Wen-Wei Lin (Department of Applied Mathematics, National Chiao Tung University, web)
Michael Ng (Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong Baptist University, web
Weichung Wang (Institute of Applied Mathematical Sciences, National Taiwan University, web


Contact Person

Ms. Astrid Szuchia Chiu (cts_tpe@math.ntu.edu.tw), National Center for Theoretical Sciences, Mathematics Division, Taipei Office (NCTS/TPE)