Image Processing Seminars

UCLA Department of Mathematics and IPAM

The Image Processing Seminar is organized by Selim Esedoglu and Luminita Vese, in the Department of Mathematics UCLA, and the Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM).

The seminar is also affiliated with and sponsored in part by the NIMH Grant # 1P20MH065166-01, titled Computational Brain Biology from Genotype to Phenotype.

It brings speakers from inside and outside of UCLA, raising issues and exchanging ideas on topics of current interest, mainly in connection with geometric nonlinear PDE's and variational problems, with applications to image processing and image analysis, curve evolution and computer vision.  Presentations on the applications of statistics, probabilities, wavelets and harmonic analysis to image processing are also of much interest and are welcomed, as well as those related to vision and human perception.

The format is not necessarily of a formal lecture presentation, since the purpose is more about discussing the shape of current problems as well as the possible path towards their solution.

Anyone interested in attending the Image Processing Seminar or in giving an informal presentation, should contact Selim Esedoglu at or Luminita Vese at .