May 3-5, 2004
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Sponsored by the SIAM Activity Group on Imaging Science (SIAG/IS)


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Current developments in the technology of imaging have led to an explosive growth in the interdisciplinary field of imaging science. With the advent of new devices capable of seeing objects and structures not previously imagined, the reach of science and medicine has been extended in a multitude of different ways. The impact of this technology has been to generate new challenges associated with the problems of formation, acquisition, compression, transmission, and analysis of images. By their very nature, these challenges cut across the disciplines of physics, engineering, mathematics, biology, medicine, and statistics. While the primary purpose of this conference is to focus on mathematical issues, the biomedical aspects of imaging will also play an important role.


Chris Johnson, University of Utah
Ross Whitaker, University of Utah


Scott Acton, University of Virginia
Akram Aldroubi, Vanderbilt University
Fred L. Bookstein, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Emmanuel J. Candes, California Institute of Technology
Jennifer Davidson, Iowa State University
Edward R. Dougherty, Texas A&M University
Luc Florack, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands
Steven Haker, Harvard University
Stanley Osher, University of California, Los Angeles
Fadil Santosa, University of Minnesota
Guillermo Sapiro, University of Minnesota
Allen Tannenbaum, Georgia Institute of Technology
Michael Unser, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
Alan J Van Nevel, Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division
Joachim Weickert, Saarland University, Germany
Anthony Yezzi, Georgia Institute of Technology


SIAM and the Conference Organizing Committee wish to extend their thanks and appreciation to the Office of Naval Research for its support of this conference.


  • Image acquisition
  • Image reconstruction and restoration
  • Image storage, compression, and retrieval
  • Image coding and transmission
  • PDEs in image filtering and processing
  • Image registration and warping
  • Image modeling and analysis
  • Statistical aspects of imaging
  • Wavelets and multiscale analysis
  • Multidimensional imaging sciences
  • Inverse problems in imaging sciences
  • Mathematics of visualization
  • Biomedical imaging
  • Applications

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