Orsay, France, June 29 to July 10, 1998
In recent years, new ideas related to multi-scale
methods and wavelet bases have appeared in many area
of applied mathematics and engineering sciences, such
These ideas are practically implementable by fast and
simple algorithms, while the understanding of their
effectiveness in the above applications, relies on a
strong input of theoretical harmonic analysis and
This summer school is intended to provide in two
The two weeks will have distinct orientations:
analysis problems using multi-scale decomposition of
the data in the first week, and numerical simulation
problems using the multi-scale representation of the
unknowns in the second week.
In the same location, a third week of summer school
will take place from July 13 to 18, specifically
dealing with domain decomposition methods.
Informations on this activity, as well as
registration forms, will be available on the site
the end of February 98.
The school is especially addressed to PhD students
and confirmed researchers in applied mathematics, as
well as researchers from industry dealing with
numerical problems. During these two weeks, they are
expected to interact fruitfully together with leading
expert in concerned field.
Lectures will take place at laboratoire ASCI on the
campus of University Paris XI, Orsay, 30mn from Paris
by train. Accommodation at reasonable price is
possible on the campus.