06-2016. Markus Sprecher has successfully defended his PhD thesis on Numerical Methods for Opimization and Variational Problems with Manifold-Valued Data which is available here. Congratulations Markus!!!!
Since 01-2016 I am partly affiliated with the University of Vienna, where I will move in July 2016. Due to the increase in work load incurred by this move, I might take a bit longer than usual to reply to emails and other requests.
11-2015. Axel Obermeier has successfully defended his PhD thesis on Ridgelets-An Optimally Adapted Representation System for Solving Advection Equations which is available here. Congratulations Axel!!!!
I gave an invited talk entitled New Perspectives of Computational Harmonic Analysis in Numerics
at the workshop 30 Years of Wavelets: Impact and Future hosted at the CIRM in Marseille. See
here for the link to
the workshop and here for a link to a video of my lecture.
I gave a plenary talk entitled Ridgelet Methods for Linear Transport Equations
at the Oberwolfach Workshop New Discretization Concepts for the Numerical Approximation of PDEs
from 11.01.- 17.01.2015, see here.
I will give a talk
entitled Finite Elements of arbitrary order and quasiinterpolation for Riemannian data
at the Workshop on Subdivision and Refinability from September 15 to 19 2011 in Pontignano (Italy).
I am organizing a
student seminar on Computational Harmonic Analysis starting on Thursday, February 24 2011. If you are interested in writing a Bachelor thesis
on related topics, please contact me. Here is a short introductory presentation of the subject.
The seminar schedule can be found here.