Eigenvalue Group seminar
- In Fall 2010, the seminar is typically held on Mondays 12:45-3pm in Room 656 of the UCD Building, University of Colorado Denver Downtown Campus.
- Planned future seminars are at the events page
Conducted by Andrew Knyazev
The purpose of this seminar series is to get together researches interested in numerical solution, applications, and theory of eigenvalue and singular value problems.
The meetings usually are highly informal work sessions.
We are moving forward on several parallel and mutually reinforcing tracks:
- BLOPEX development and testing
- Contributing to the theory and practice of preconditioned iterative solvers for eigenvalue and singular value problems
- Contributing to the theory and applications of angles between subspaces (canonical correlations)
- Discovering new methods for data clustering
- Efficient high-quality image segmentation
- Novel approaches to clustering for DNA microarrays
Traditional attendees are graduate (currently 4) and undergraduate (currently 3) students of Andrew Knyazev. The seminar is open to the public.