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Program

 

International Conference on Multivariate Approximation

Gießen, Schloss Rauischholzhausen, 31 March – 5 April 2016

Program

 

Thursday, 31 March

 

9:15--09:30 Welcome and Opening

 

9:30--10:20 Elisabeth Larsson

                    “Robust Kernel Based Methods for Solving Partial Differential Equations”

 

10:20--10:50 Coffee break

 

10:50--11:15 Robert Schaback

                      “Optimality of Polyharmonic Stencils”

 

11:15--11:40 Stephan Dahlke

                      “Besov Regularity for the Solutions to Integral Equations”

 

11:40--12:05 Peter Oswald

                      “Distorted Triangulations and FEM Divergence”

 

12:30 Lunch

 

15:30--16:20 Feng Dai

                      “Optimal Cubature Formulas in Weighted Besov Spaces with A Weights on Multivariate Domains“

 

16:20--16:45 Stefano De Marchi

                      “Polynomial Approximation on Lissajous Curves on the d-Cube”

 

16:45--17:15 Coffee break

 

17:15--17:40 Dany Leviatan

                      “Comparing the Degrees of Unconstrained and Constrained Approximation”

 

17:40--18:05 Anna Kamont

                      “Directional Wavelet Projections and Interpolatory Estimates for Riesz Transform Revisited“

 

19:00 & Dinner

 

 

Friday 1 April

 

9:00--9:50 Rick Beatson

                  “Dimension Hopping Operators and Families of Strictly Positive Definite Functions on Spheres”

 

9:50--10:15 Jeremy Levesley

                   “Multilevel Approximation with Gaussians“

 

10:15--10:45 Coffee break

 

10:45--11:10 Holger Wendland

                      “Multiscale Approximation by Radial Basis Functions”

 

11:10--11:35 Thomas Hangelbroek

                      “Kernel Approximation, Elliptic PDE and Boundary Effects”

 

11:35--12:00 Bradley Baxter

                      “Compactly Supported RBFs via the Orthogonal Group”

 

12:30 Lunch

 

15:30--16:20 Tilmann Gneiting

                      “Strictly and Non-Strictly Positive Definite Functions on Spheres”

 

16:20--16:45 Armin Iske

                      “Kernel-based Image Reconstruction from Radon Data”

 

16:45--17:15 Coffee break

 

17:15--17:40 Allan Pinkus

                      “Approximation Algorithms for Ridge Functions”

 

17:40--18:05 David Levin

                      “Approximation of Manifolds in High Dimensions”

 

19:00 Dinner

 

 

Saturday 2 April

 

9:00--9:50 Juan Manuel Peña

                  “Accuracy and Stability: Recent Advances in Approximation Theory and C.A.G.D.”

 

9:50--10:15 Hartmut Prautzsch

                    “WAVES - Weighted Averaging Schemes”

 

10:15--10:45 Coffee break

 

10:45--11:10 Nira Dyn

                      “Linear Pyramid Multiresolutions Based on Reverse Subdivision Schemes”

 

11:10--11:35 Costanza Conti

                      “From Box-Splines to Bivariate Pseudo-Splines“

 

11:35--12:00 Jean-Louis Merrien

                      “Extended Hermite Subdivision Schemes and Regularity“

 

12:30 Lunch

 

15:30--16:20 Gerlind Plonka

                      “Deterministic Sparse FFT Algorithms“

 

16:20--16:45 Jürgen Prestin

                      “On an Orthogonal Trigonometric Schauder Basis for Functions on the Two-Dimensional Torus”

 

16:45--17:15 Coffee break

 

17:15--17:40 Gabriele Steidl

                      “Interpolation between RGB Images Motivated by Dynamic Optimal Transport”

 

17:40--18:05 Martin Schäfer

                      “Image Approximation with α-Molecules”

 

19:00 Dinner

 

 

Sunday 3 April

 

9:00--9:50 Hendrik Speleers

                  “Quasi-Interpolation in Hierarchical Spline Spaces: an Effortless Approach“

 

9:50--10:15 Carla Manni

                    “Tchebycheffan Spline Spaces over Planar T-Meshes”

 

10:15--10:45 Coffee break

 

10:45--11:10 Larry L. Schumaker

                      “Computing with Splines on Hanging Triangulations”

 

11:10--11:35 Tom Lyche

                      “A Spline Quasi-Interpolant”

 

11:35--12:00 Amos Ron

                     “Slicing the Simplex“

 

12:30 Lunch

 

15:30--16:20 Pencho Petrushev

                      “Nonlinear Nonnested 2-d Spline Approximation”

 

16:20--16:45 Maria Charina

                      “Tight Wavelet Frames and System Theory”

 

16:45--17:15 Coffee break

 

17:15--17:40 Manfred v. Golitschek

                      “The L-Norm of Orthogonal Spline Projectors”

 

17:40--18:05 Alexei Shadrin

                      “Relations Between Trigonometric and Spline Approximations and the Jackson-Stechkin Inequality for Splines“

 

19:00 Dinner

 


Monday 4 April

 

9:00--9:50 Ding-Xuan Zhou

                  “Analyzing Learning Algorithms by Approximation Theory”

 

9:50--10:15 Shai Dekel

                    “Deep Learning on Manifolds: Theory and Applications”

 

10:15--10:45 Coffee break

 

10:45--11:10 Angela Kunoth

                     “Adaptive Approximations of Parametric PDE-Constrained Control Problems”

 

11:10--11:35 Peter Binev

                     “Data Dependent Reduced Modeling”

 

11:35--12:00 Frank Filbir

                     “Learning Functions on Big Data Using Wavelets on Trees”

 

12:30 Lunch

 

14:30—18:30 Excursion

 

19:00 Dinner

 

 

Tuesday 5 April

 

9:00--9:50 Kurt Jetter

                  “Multivariate Bernstein-Durrmeyer Operators”

 

9:50--10:15 András Kroó

                    “Bernstein-Markov Type Inequalities on Convex Domains with Applications to Norming Sets“

 

10:15--10:45 Coffee break

 

10:45--11:10 Tomas Sauer

                      “Prony's method in several variables”

 

11:10--11:35 Francesco Dell’Accio

                      “Multipoint Polynomials and Basis for Scattered Data Interpolation”

 

11:35--12:00 Georg Zimmermann

                      “On the closure of polynomial spaces under pointwise convergence”

 

12:30 Lunch

 

 

End of the Conference