CMIH work featured in Abel Lecture

Written by Rachel Furner
June 28, 2017

Work on undersampled MRI, carried out by CMIH PDRA Bogdan Roman and CMIH investigator Martin Graves, featured in this years Abel Prize seminars.

The Abel prize is awarded annually to recognizes contributions to the field of mathematics that are of extraordinary depth and influence.  This year the prize was awarded to Yves Meyer from the École normale supérieure Paris-Saclay, “for his pivotal role in the development of the mathematical theory of wavelets”.  The award ceremony, held at the University of Oslo on the 24th of May, featured Abel lectures by Stéphane Mallat, Ingrid Daubechies and Emmanuel Jean Candès.

Emmanuel Candès spoke on “Wavelets, sparsity and its consequences” and featured work carried out by Bogdan Roman and Martin Graves, looking at undersampled MRI.

Videos of the event, including Emmanuel Candès lecture can be found here.