The School Colloquia are given by eminent speakers and present an overview of important topics of general interest in the mathematical sciences.
These invited lectures are intended to be accessible to all graduate students and academics in the department. MMath and MSc students may also benefit from these presentations.
The talks normally take place on Wednesdays, 15:10-16:10, in lecture room M/0.40 on the ground floor of the School, unless advised differently. All are welcome to attend.
29 April 2020
Professor Mathias Gaberdiel (ETH Zürich)
To be confirmed
18 March 2020
Professor Nick Higham FRS (Manchester)
To be confirmed
22 January 2020
Professor Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb (Cambridge)
Deep Learning for Inverse Problems - Some Recent Approaches
In this talk we discuss the idea of data-driven regularisers for inverse imaging problems. We are in particular interested in the combination of model-based and purely data-driven image processing approaches. In this context we will make a journey from “shallow” learning for computing optimal parameters for variational regularisation models by bilevel optimization to the investigation of different approaches that use deep neural networks for solving inverse imaging problems. Alongside all approaches that are being discussed, their numerical solution and available solution guarantees will be stated.
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