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IMA/MCIM Industrial Problems Seminar

In collaboration with the University of Minnesota’s School of Mathematics, the Industrial Problems Seminars are a forum for industrial researchers to present their work to an audience of IMA postdocs, visitors, and graduate students, offering a first-hand glimpse into industrial research. The seminar series is often useful for initiating contact with industrial scientists. The IMA’s seminar series is the oldest and longest running seminar series in industrial mathematics.

This year's seminars are organized by Daniel Spirn, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota.

All seminars are from 1:25pm - 2:25pm unless otherwise noted.
  • Regularization in the Real World

    Eric Voth, St. Jude Medical
    September 19, 2014
    Lind 305 [Map]

    Abstract

    The inverse problem of determining cardiac electrical patterns from measurements on internal or external electrodes has received increasing attention from medical-device companies in recent years. This talk will describe new ideas for regularization methods, simulation and preclinical experiments to evaluate and optimize them, and some of the clinical factors that make reliable solutions more difficult in vivo.
  • Title Forthcoming

    Benoit Couet, Schlumberger-Doll Research
    October 10, 2014
    Lind 305 [Map]

    Abstract forthcoming.

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